Sean Lennon to join Miley Cyrus on Saturday Night Live

Sean Lennon to join Miley Cyrus on Saturday Night Live

Miley Cyrus faced off against Jimmy Fallon in the Name That Song Challenge on The Tonight Show.

The Climb hitmaker, who has always been open about her fondness for smoking marijuana, quit using the drug past year (17), but she recently revealed that her mum Tish had got her back into it. "My mum's a big stoner", she said.

"By the way, I am ready to win", host Jimmy Fallon teased Cyrus before his band the Roots had even played one note.

She added: "I think that's what he's inherited more than anything. They smoke together and they play with these hummingbirds", she continued.

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She said her parents have named the hummingbirds and called it their "little magic time, smoking weed".

Now, Cyrus has worked alongside Ronson and the son of John Lennon to put their own spin on the track.

Miley and Mark just dropped the song "Nothing Break Likes a Heart" and this will likely be the second song they do on Saturday Night Live this weekend.

Miley shimmied down the figurative chimney and delivered a special gift for fans: a cover of the holiday standard produced by Mark Ronson and featuring Sean Ono Lennon, which is about the most legit stamp of approval you could ask for.

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