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Miley Cyrus’ wedding planning: It’s all about getting ‘that look’

Miley Cyrus’ wedding planning isn’t too far along, but she has procured one of those wedding-planning books, she said Thursday on the “Ellen” show. And boy, she admitted, she had no idea about how many decisions will need to be made.

“Like, I don’t care what color the napkins are, to be honest,” said the bride-to-be, who got engaged to Liam Hemsworth at the end of May.

That’s not to say she doesn’t care about any of the details, however. Though she’s focusing first on putting her album together, she has some definite ideas about what’s important on a person’s wedding day.

“What I’m most excited for,” she said, “is that look when, you know, who you’re marrying, you see, the first time you’re seeing the dress and everything that you’ve planned for months and months, like, coming together, and that you did it together.”

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She’s looking forward to a day without feeling obligated to anyone, where she’s surrounded by only the people she really wants to be there. And no, she’s not having 47 weddings or anything crazy like that.

“This is the one day that it’s what I choose and every detail is things that I love,” Cyrus said. “And that look, I don’t want people to ever forget about that.”

Ellen’s advice? Pick a really good song.

Perhaps a song like she herself chose for the surprise “It’s Raining Men"/male-stripper bachelorette party that erupted as part of Miley’s visit.

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