Miley Cyrus Talks Heartbreak & Starting a Friendship with Ariana Grande: 'I Just Want to Go to the Club With Her'

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Miley Cyrus visits The SiriusXM Studios on Dec. 10, 2018 in New York City.

Miley Cyrus dropped by SiriusXM studios to promote her new song with Mark Ronson, “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart,” on Monday (Dec. 10). In the spirit of her new country-pop anthem, Cyrus smashed a heart-shaped piñata and answered some personal, heartbreak-themed questions.

Cyrus confessed that Finding Nemo is still the most heartbreaking movie she has ever seen, but revealed that she has never written a breakup song that was too sad for her to perform. “A lot of my heartbreaking songs are usually so personal, I don’t think I could give them to anybody else,” Cyrus told The Morning Mash Up on SiriusXM Hits 1. Cyrus also confirmed that she will be performing her favorite Christmas song, John Lennon's “Happy Xmas (War Is Over),” with Ronson on Saturday Night Live this weekend.

Cyrus sat down with Andy Cohen for a slightly more candid conversation on his SiriusXM channel Radio Andy. She suggestively talked about her holiday plans with fiancé Liam Hemsworth and the risqué location of that foam finger from her controversial 2013 VMA performance with Robin Thicke. Cyrus also revealed that she and Hemsworth “don’t talk about [marriage] too much” because both of them are so busy in their professional lives.

Cohen brought up Ariana Grande’s 2015 appearance on Cyrus’ YouTube channel, when the two covered Crowded House's “Don’t Dream It’s Over” together, and asked if a collaboration between them would ever happen. “I just want to go to the club with her,” Cyrus said, revealing she’s trying to start a friendship with Grande that's more than professional. “I feel like she needs a friend. I could use a friend, and I would love to start that relationship.”

Check out clips from the interview below.

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