LOS ANGELES - Miley Cyrus was all smiles as she spoke with American Idol host and L.A. radio personality Ryan Seacrest.
Cyrus was walking on air as she admitted to "Peaches" Seacrest that the word on the streets of LaLaLand is that she will be going on a 37-city summer concert tour of the United States with none other than the Rolling Stones.
The tour which is being hailed as The Decades & Decades & Decades of Music Concert Tour will kick off on June 3, at San Francisco's Ipso Facto Coliseum.
Miley recently spoke with Margarita Mixx of The Tinsel Town Times Tribune and related that this is the biggest honor that she has ever had.
She said that she remembers when she was only 2-years-old her father, country artist Billy Ray Cyrus, took his guitar and played her the song "Jumping Jack Flash."
Miley stated that she managed to memorize the words within 15 minutes. She said that her father was so amazed that he went out to a local music store and bought her, her very own little girl guitar.
Young Cyrus said that her daddy told her that within four days, she had already learned 29 chords and by the time she turned three, she was already writing songs.
In fact one of her songs titled "Hey Boy, I'm Lonely, You're A Cutey, Let's Dance" was actually recorded by Dolly Parton. Miley remembers her mom and dad taking her to a Rolling Stones concert at The Crop Rotation Convention Center in Waterloo, Iowa, when she was six.
She said that she actually got to go backstage and meet Mick Jagger who autographed her Barbie Doll which she had taken with her to the concert.
She smiled and said that a few years later she convinced Mick to make a special appearance on her Disney Show, Hannah Montana, in which he portrayed a retired rock and roll singer who decided to run for governor of California.
Miley says that her ultimate dream is to one day record a duet with Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones. She says that if and when she does she will be so thrilled and so honored that she will donate a portion of her profits to The Home For Retired Lap Dancers in Carpinteria, California.
Miley Cyrus is 19. Mick Jagger is 68. And Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts is 70!