Princess Miley, meet Queen Britney.
Hiya, friends. Raise your hand if you watched MTV’s “Miley: The Movement” documentary last night! Oh, you did? Great! So far so good. So, if logic holds, if you watched — nay — salivated over “The Movement,” you MUST have caught that epic Queen-meets-Queen moment when Miley Cyrus hung out with world-famous pop star and childhood hero
Britney Spears in the recording studio! Like, that time they recorded a Bangerz track together, then traded thoughts about performing at the VMAs. #LivingOurWildestFantasies
Yeeeah, we think Miley put it best when she said…
Watch Miley collaborate with Britney Spears in the studio after the jump.
Describing her excitement to work with the Queen of Pop, Miley gushed into the camera, “If someone would’ve told me I would’ve worked with Britney when I was, like, 8, I would’ve been way less cool about it. Eight-year-old me would be pissing her pants right now.” #StopReadingOurMinds #StopImitatingOurBodies
And, because she’s smart, ambitious, and totally uninhibited, Miley got a chance to pick Brit’s brain (ew, sorry for that gross alliteration) on what it’s like to perform at the MTV VMAs.
“I remember when the “I’m a Slave 4 U” video came out, [my dad] shook his head and was like ‘My 8-year-old is going to turn into a stripper.’ But I wanted to be hot like Britney and that’s still what girls wanna do in the pop industry,” said Miley. In response, the “Work B**ch” singer offered Miley some words of wisdom: “The VMAs are the always the best. They’re so exciting. They’re so raw.” Girl outta know!
“Everyone takes the VMAs so seriously,” cracked Miley in response. “I just wanna come out and, like, shoot a hot dog gun on stage.” Hmmmm, “hot dog”? I guess that’s one way to put it. (Hay, Robin Thicke.) I mean… What?
Anyyyyway. We’ll just leave you with some final “Miley: The Movement” words of wisdom. When comparing her eventual VMA performance to Britney’s jaw-dropping MTV moments, Miley concluded by saying, “Everything’s just about, what’s gonna be the biggest moment in pop culture. [Britney’s] got so many of those moments that people will never forget. It’s about living and being in that moment, and that’s really what “We Can’t Stop” represents, even when we do it live.”
Can I get an A-MEN? PRAISE GODNEY!
+ Watch Miley Cyrus hit the studio with Britney Spears in “Miley: The Movement,” watch “Miley: The Movement” in its entirety, and don’t miss the deluxe edition of “Miley: The Movement” on MTV Sunday, Oct. 6, at 8 p.m., featuring a full 90 minutes of extended scenes and never-seen-before clips.