HOLLYWOOD - Liam Hemsworth's fianceé Miley Cyrus appeared on an episode of Two and A Half Men and the ratings went through the roof.
Cyrus, who is 19, was offered the guest starring role of Georgia, which was later changed to Mississippi (Missi) by the shows creator, producer, and writer Chuck Lorre.
Lorre also produces the hit reality show The Cupcake Cookers on the Nourishment Network.
Miley's character most probably broke the record for a TV character appearing in a skimpy bikini top and extreme short shorts for the entire 30 minutes of the half hour show (or 23 minutes actually minus the commercials).
Missi also set the record for the fastest talking female in the history of television. And as Jon Cryer, who portrays Alan Harper pointed out, Billy Ray's daughter used a Land of Dixie accent that would put the southern cooking Paula Deen to absolute shame.
Miley spoke with Sangria Wine of TV ClickerWorld and said that she really loved being on location on Malibu Beach and getting to work with the three porpoises, the Orca whale, and the dozen or so sardines.
She did say that several times during her passionate kissing scenes with Angus T. Jones, who plays Jake Harper, Alan's son, that the director had to yell out cut at least a half dozen times before Angus finally got his tongue out of her mouth.
Cyrus giggled as she told Miss Wine that during the scene where Jake and her are on the beach and he buries her in the sand up to her neck and gives her character a hickey, that the stinker actually did.
Miley said that she was furious, since she is after all engaged to be married.
She went to her on-location trailer and called for Ashton to meet her right away. As soon as he walked in she offered him some chips and guacamole dip and told him that he better grow some and take control of his fellow cast members.
SIDENOTE: Kutcher told Miss Wine that the intimate bedroom scene between Walden's maid Berta, played by the pleasantly plump Conchata Ferrell, and Alan Harper (Cryer) had to be cut from the final edit due to the fact that the two really got carried away and the scene looked extremely real and graphic in nature.