For Miley Cyrus, the answer to the question of will she or won't she walk down the aisle with actor fiancé Liam Hemsworth may come down to the bling on her finger.
"I'm wearing a ring, so," the pop star said today on " Good Morning America" when asked if wedding bells are in her future.
There was speculation that there would be, in fact, no wedding bells for the young couple after Cyrus, 20, was spotted without her engagement ring in March while the 23-year-old Hemsworth was in Australia filming "The Hunger Games." Her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, said in April on ABC's" Nightline" that he was not certain the two would wed, calling them "young" and "kids."
The couple was finally spotted together for the first time in five months on June 17 as they left the Arclight movie theater in Hollywood holding hands.
Despite the hint from Cyrus that she will walk down the aisle, it does not appear the former "Hannah Montana" star has been staying at home making wedding plans. The singer released her new single, "We Can't Stop," June 3 and has been on a promotional whirlwind ever since.
"This is probably one of the most insane weeks of my life," Cyrus said on "GMA," referring to her cross-country tour that had her performing on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" last night in Los Angeles and then flying overnight to New York City for "GMA" today, all while battling a case of laryngitis.
"I feel like people need to know that we can't stop," she said. "With everything going on [and] the world being the way that it is, I think people need to hear something that's inspirational but also it's just about having a good time. I feel like anyone that's in my age group right now, that's all we're trying to do is just have fun and not stress out and not worry about being judged."
One thing Cyrus has been judged on is the single's racy music video that includes sultry dance moves, an oversized teddy bear, wrestling and swimming and kissing a life-size doll of herself. The video raised eyebrows of people who, according to Cyrus, "haven't been partying in a while."
"It shows exactly where I was at that time in my life when we started working on "We Can't Stop," she said. "The video is based on true events and some funny things that have gone down in my life so it's been great, I feel like, to let people see that of me and not just be the glammed-up beauty shot girl because that's not who I am. I'm just about having fun."
The video has also proved a hit for Cyrus, breaking the record for the most views on Vevo in 24 hours. The video now has more than 30 million views.
"My whole thing is haters are going to hate but the haters are also going to click on your YouTube video to watch it so I don't really care," Cyrus said. "You helped me break the record. Even if you were watching just to hate on me and now I hold the record so I win."