Miley Cyrus Takes Over The Ellen DeGeneres Show

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Miley Cyrus ‘droppped everything’ to take over daytime TV! A sick Ellen DeGeneres took to Instagram and Twitter to announce that her stand in host would be Miley Cyrus. A singer, actor, judge on NBC’s ‘The Voice’, and now host? Although it was only for a day, Miley definitely kills it.

Miley opens with a dance, that’s followed by a monologue filled with jokes, staying true to the daily routine of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. She really wanted to give audience members an authentic Ellen experience, “I know all of you came to see Ellen, so I’m gonna do my best to make you very happy. I’m dressed like her, I smell like her, just before I came out here I actually kissed a girl” she said jokingly. Cyrus showed some cat videos, promoted an app, and managed to keep the audience laughing through it all. And that was just the beginning!

She got to speak to Sarah Jessica Parker about her new HBO show, Divorce. During the interview Cyrus admits she was ‘excited to interview someone’, she finally got to be the one asking the question. After the interview the two played a game of ‘5 Second Rule’, which was again, filled with jokes. Sarah Jessica Parker also mentioned her new fragrance, STASH, which apparently smells so good it should be illegal.

Idina Menzel also dropped by to talk of a Frozen sequel and the possibility of making Elsa an LGBT character. During their interview, Menzel mentions that she is a “servant to Disney”, and Cyrus immediately reveals that she can relate as she replied “that makes two of us”.

The show definitely didn’t lack entertainment as she kept audience members laughing throughout the entire episode. Cyrus signs off by thanking Ellen and saying, “as Ellen always says, which is the most important, be kind to one another”.

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