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Two and a Half Men - Behind the Scenes Interview

Miley Cyrus makes an appearance on this week’s episode of Two and a Half Men and we’ve got new behind-the-scenes footage of the star on set with Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher and an interview about the quirky character she plays.
“They came up with a really fun character for Miley, but that character does involve a lot of words,” said Cryer about the episode airing this Thursday at 8:30 p.m. on CBS. “On some level you have to stand back and your jaw drops because you know she has more to say.”

“My character just doesn’t shut up,” Cyrus confessed about her chatty character, who is introduced as a love interest to Jake (Angus T. Jones). The singer/actress said she was excited for the opportunity because she was already “obsessed” with the show. “This is the only kind of show that my whole family really likes. It’s just a cool show that everybody likes and it’s kind of good for everyone, so it’s fun to be here.”

“She walked in here from the table read and just owned it,” Kutcher said of Cyrus’ performance, adding “It might become two and a half and three quarters of a woman.”

Cyrus said the episode even leaves open the possibility that she could become a recurring character. “I hope at some point I could come back and do this because it’s been a really good time. So I think it’s a really fun episode, and it sets up, if I ever wanted to come back here again, it would just set it up so nice.”


Short Clip of Miley Performing "Look What They've Done to My Song, Ma" at the City of Hope Gala

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