Miley Cyrus' glorious return to acting is coming sooner than you think!
Photos of the pop star on the set of her new Amazon series, "Crisis in Six Scenes," first surfaced in March, and now we now have an official first look at our favorite Happy Hippie looking like -- well, a happy hippy.
In one photo released by Amazon on Tuesday, Woody Allen appears to be chatting with Cyrus, who is sporting baggy green pants, a bohemian poncho, and long blonde locks.
Another image shows a close-up on the "Wrecking Ball" singer as she stares into the distance.
"Crisis in Six Scenes," Allen's first foray into television, is described as "a comedy that takes place in the 1960s during turbulent times in the United States and a middle class suburban family is visited by a guest who turns their household completely upside down."
The series, which will consist of six half-hour episodes stars Allen, Cyrus, Elaine May, Rachel Brosnahan and John Magaro. Details on Cyrus' role have been kept under wraps.
While this is the first time Allen and Cyrus have worked together, the 80-year-old director has been a fan of the former Disney star since her "Hannah Montana" days.
"I noticed years ago that my kids would be watching 'Hannah Montana.' And I would say, 'Who is that girl? She's got such good delivery. You know, she snaps those lines off so well. The show is a silly little show, but she's very good at what she does,'" he told The Hollywood Reporter earlier this year.
Similarly, Cyrus seems to admire Allen, sharing an Instagram snap of the two on set and captioning the pic with a series of hearts.
"Crisis in Six Scenes" premieres Friday, Sept. 30 on Amazon Prime Video.