"If you guess it, then I will shake my head 'yes,' or 'no,'" she told Stern, who then revealed to his audience that she'd confirmed the news, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Cyrus then explained she hasn't said the series' name, because she's not allowed to officially speak about her guest starring role yet.
The conversation came up as Cyrus recounted losing her home in the California wildfires last month. She lost personal mementos, including her Elvis shrine and handwritten songs, while filming in South Africa. "I'm really actually excited for everyone to watch the 'headshaking project' we said yes to [before]," she told Stern. "The minute I say I never want to do something again, all of a sudden, there I am."
Cyrus didn't reveal any specifics about the role, because she can't, but did say she's proud of her work playing a dynamic character. "There's a lot of dimension to it, and actually it was while the devastation of Malibu was happening, and it was a really weird learning experience for me, because I was so far from home and the show is already really dark, and it's already kind of eerie when you're there the whole time," she said. "But I learned a lot about myself and I think I was able to kind of use that and put that into it."
The singer recently released her latest single "Nothing Breaks Like A Heart,"a collaboration with Mark Ronson. She told Beats 1 Radio earlier this week that her next album will come out sometime in summer 2019. She's performing with Ronson and Sean Ono Lennon on SNL this weekend.