Miley Cyrus Confirms She Is Engagement With Liam Hemsworth

Miley Cyrus revealed that she doesn’t really like her engagement ring from fiancé Liam Hemsworth.

As she appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Thursday, the 23-year-old addressed the 3.5-carat Neil Lane sparkler, noting that it ‘isn’t really my aesthetic.’

‘But I’ll wear it because you love me,’ Miley continued, after also accepting Ellen’s congratulations on the engagement.

She also joked that it was ‘weird’ to have ‘real jewelry,’ as most of the pieces she usually wears are ‘made out of gummy bears and cotton candy.’

Miley conceded that since they’re so wild, the accessories don’t always go well together, noting that sometimes she’ll ‘replace’ her sparkler with a ‘unicorn or Looney Tune.’

Ellen joked that in that case Liam ‘could have saved a lot of money’ by just giving her a candy ring, but Miley shared that despite it not fitting her unique tastes, Liam’s ‘love’ makes her want to wear the vintage, gold ring.

Miley had previously kept mum on reconciling with Liam, despite being seen getting cozy with the star and even sporting his engagement ring in Instagram photos.

She’d been spotted wearing it again back in January, after the two had initially called off their engagement in 2013.

And the ring is particularly special for the star, as according to a source for E! News, the pair worked on its design together.

‘Miley specifically wanted it set in gold. She didn’t want platinum. She liked the gold because it was different and unique, like her. She didn’t want anything classic or generic,’ the source shared.

The Disney Channel alum also spoke with Ellen about visiting George Mason University in Virginia to drum up votes for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

‘You know, it was great because you listen to so many people, especially when you’re watching the debates, specifically [Donald] Trump, say so many dumb things, and these young kids were so smart,’ Miley excitedly shared.

She added that it was ‘so amazing’ to talk to the students, especially since they got to focus on what they liked about Hillary, instead of just why they’re ‘terrified’ of Trump.

‘It was really about what a great woman she is, and we would choose her no matter what… who she was up against,’ Miley said.

Ellen then noted that regardless of their side, more people will be coming out to vote in this election than before, and urged viewers not to sit it out.

‘We need everyone to register. We need everyone to go out,’ the host advised.

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