November 8th, 2012
09:42 AM ET
Although Billy Ray Cyrus appears to think otherwise, Miley Cyrus is planning to marry "Hunger Games" star Liam Hemsworth only once.
The 19-year-old clarifies in an interview on "Ellen" Thursday that she's not having multiple weddings, as her dad recently hinted to Us Weekly. Perhaps that was wishful thinking on Billy Ray's part, as he joked that he was angling to get a movie role or three out of this Hemsworth-Cyrus union.
"Liam asked if he could have my daughter's hand in marriage, and I said yes if I could be in his brother [Chris Hemsworth]'s next movie," Billy Ray told Us Weekly. "Now, they are going to have three weddings, so I'm thinking one movie with Chris, then we got the sequel to Liam's new movie coming out. They have got three weddings, that has to be three movies for me."
Unfortunately for Billy Ray's blockbuster dreams, Miley said she's planning no such thing.
"There's some rumor going around that I'm having 47 weddings, I'm not. I'm having one wedding, that's my day, and whatever I want on that day it'll be about me and that moment, that look of love," she told Ellen.
And while she doesn't know when her wedding will be, she does know exactly what she's aiming for: perfection.
"I'm so focused on my record, that I don't want to kind of be in between touring and trying to plan all that. ... It's a lot of weird detail. I don't want to be doing too much and be crazy and forget about the moment of it all," the 19-year-old said. "That moment of when he first gets to see me in my dress, and everything all together - it has to be perfect, it has to be like the soundtrack in like a movie."
A wedding day, she continued, is "the one day where that movie crap is real, that romance. I've been to probably 10, 20 weddings, and I've seen that real look five, six times. It's rare that people just stop to really look the person in the eye and know that this is your life together."
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