Tish Cyrus is clearing the air about Miley Cyrus' wedding!
Fans went into a frenzy earlier this month when they thought Miley had tied the knot with her fiancé, Liam Hemsworth. We can blame her dad Billy Ray Cyrus for the debacle after he posted a pic to Instagram of the singer wearing a frilly white outfit, which some fans thought was her wedding gown.
"I'm so happy... you are happy," he captioned the snap. Now Tish and Miley's sister Brandi are wondering why fans were so quick to jump to conclusions.
"I'm always the last to know," Tish said, joking her invitation got lost in the mail. "Brandi was like, 'Why was everybody thinking that?!'"
The duo insisted that Miley would never wear such a boring, billowing outfit on her big day.
"I was like, '[Getting married] in that top?! What are you, crazy?!'" Brandi said. "She would have had some fabulous wedding dress, not just, like, the frilly top she was wearing in the photo."
Tish — who, along with Brandi, will soon be showcasing her skills in the new reality show Cyrus vs. Cyrus: Design And Conquer — added, "If Miley was getting married, it would not be in that dress!"
The future mother-of-the-bride hopes that when the big day does arrive, the 24-year-old will look to her for help.
"Whether I would have done the show or not, I would have always been working on [Miley’s] house or her wedding...or whatever it may be, for all my kids," she revealed. "I'm definitely, I'm in there, my kids are everything to me, you know, so no matter what they do I'm there."
So what kind of dress will Miley wear down the aisle? Life & Style exclusively reported that she's already picked out a style — and it’s a showstopper.
"Miley wanted a red, gold and green traditional Hindu wedding dress," a source explained. "She wants to focus on the spiritual side of marriage and is very interested in Hinduism, so she is looking at locations in Nepal, where Hinduism is a way of life. Miley has a real hippie side and wants to embrace that rather than spending millions."
More power to her!
This story originally appeared on NowToLove.com.