Turns out, Miley Cyrus has a pretty decent Australian accent.
The outlandish pop star showed up on Wednesday's Jimmy Kimmel Live and agreed to go incognito for a special segment of "I Witness News."
Dressed in as an Australian reporter, wig and glasses included, Cyrus hit the streets to ask pedestrians what they thought of her hosting Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards.
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The interviewees didn't hold back saying what they really felt about the "We Can't Stop" singer. One man admitted he wasn't a fan of Cyrus' "style and her dad."
"I just don't like her whole family," the interviewee said, later adding, "The whole fabric of America is falling apart and she's not doing anything to try to keep it together."
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In another hilarious moment, one interviewee said he didn't have a problem with Cyrus, but he did prefer Taylor Swift.
While Cyrus was conservatively dressed when she went undercover, she made Kimmel blush when she showed up for her late-night interview wearing a pair of pink, heart-shaped pasties.
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"I'm a little cold. I should've worn a shirt," the 22-year-old singer quipped to Kimmel. "Just stare at my eyebrows."
Admitting he was embarrassed, the 47-year-old host asked Cyrus what her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, thinks when she dresses like this on television.
"My dad doesn't know how to turn on the TV," she joked. "He'd rather have me with my tits out and being a good person than rather have my shirt on and be a b**ch."
In solidarity with Cyrus, Kimmel's next guest, Ali Wentworth, also flashed silver pasties when she showed up on stage.
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In a recent interview with Time magazine, Cyrus -- who's hosting Saturday Night Liveon Oct. 3 -- opened up as to why she sports such scantily-clad outfits. "I'm using it as a power stance," she said of the nudity and strategically placed pasties. "It's funny to see people try to look me in the eye."