Miley Cyrus cleared up the rumors about her engagement ring on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Thursday when she returned to the show after recently hosting it in Ellen's absence.
When the host asked "The Voice" coach about her bling, Cyrus said, "It's very weird because this is, like, real jewelry and most of my jewelry is made out of like gummy bears and cotton candy and they don't look that good together because they kind of mix up. So sometimes I replace it with an actual unicorn or a Looney Tune. And he's like, 'What's going on?' And I'm like, 'Well, this isn't my aesthetic, but I'll wear it 'cause you love me.'"
Cyrus has kept her personal life private since rekindling the flame with former fiance, Liam Hemsworth, in January. The back-on couple attended their first public event together since their previous split earlier this month at the Variety Power of Women Luncheon, where they posed for pics together.
They've also made several appearances on one another's social media accounts (even if they were off-camera). The pair initially split in 2013, shortly after Cyrus' headline-making performance at the MTV VMAs.
In addition to repping her man with her giant sparkler, Cyrus is also a big advocate for Hillary Clinton. After previously supporting Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders in the primary, Cyrus has gone out on the road to campaign for Clinton.
"As someone who was openly supporting Bernie Sanders, I was kind of speaking to those people who now find themselves undecided, which I find ridiculous," the "Wrecking Ball" singer said. "In life we don't always get the choices that we want. We don't always get what we want. You do with what you have, so these are your choices. It's terrifying if someone besides Hillary Clinton -- we shouldn't even say the name -- becomes president. I think she's a total goddess and I just love her and I'm just excited to see her for the next four and maybe even eight years."
Cyrus noted that she was upset by Sanders fans who are refusing to vote for Clinton. She explained that it was Sanders' support of the LGBT community from the beginning that attracted her to his campaign.
"Hillary, I think she's grown," Cyrus said. "We should celebrate progress and not perfection."