Miley is taking to the ‘Saturday Night Live’ stage on Oct. 5 — and none of her latest media headlines are off-limits! HollywoodLife.com learned EXCLUSIVELY that Miley is already turning her pregnancy rumors and twerking moves into comedic material for the show!
Miley Cyrus will be hosting and performing on the Oct. 5 episode of Saturday Night Live, and you can bet that she gives viewers an awesome show! Miley’s loving the attention she’s getting following a report of her pregnancy with Juicy J, and you can expect to see her talk about it on SNL! HollywoodLife.com learned EXCLUSIVE details about what else to look forward to from Miley’s appearance!
Miley Cyrus SNL — Will Talk ‘Pregnancy’ & Twerking During Monologue
Miley’s “Always with SNL, skits will be finalized after the dress rehearsal on Saturday night and what the crowd responds to, but it’s very much a guarantee that the pregnancy rumors will be brought up during the monologue,” a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Pregnancy rumors ignited following a report by CreamBMP.com which said that Miley and Juicy J announced onstage at the BET Hip Hop Awards they were expecting a baby together. “Miley Cyrus was not in attendance at this weekend’s “BET Hip Hop Awards” in Atlanta, GA,” a BET publicist confirmed to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Miley Cyrus’ SNL Performance To Feature Twerking
The Miley pregnancy report was so shocking that we almost forgot about her signature move — twerking! But Miley hasn’t abandoned her favorite on-stage move, and she’s bringing it to SNL. “Concerning the monologue, currently it has a twerking aspect to it — cast members will be twerking and she will be critiquing them and some people will play as the bears from the VMA performance,” said the source.
“Robin Thicke will be represented but they might change it to BeetleJuice based on what he wore to add to the jokes they’ll tell during the opening,” the source revealed. How fun!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Are you looking forward to seeing Miley on SNL?
— Reporting by Russ Weakland, Written by Kristine Hope Kowalski