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Miley Cyrus, Jimmy Fallon Get Emotional On 'Tonight Show'

The one and only Miley Cyrus made an appearance on the "Tonight Show," and she soon was part of one of Fallon’s emotional interviews.

The one and only Miley Cyrus made an appearance on the "Tonight Show" Thursday night, and she soon was part of one of Fallon’s patented emotional interviews. 

The two spoke in ways that ranged from extremely defensive to strictly one-word answers.

“You’re jumping down my throat, I was just asking a question! I was just asking a question, and then you’re the one who’s jumping in!” Fallon yelled over Cyrus on the "Tonight Show."

"Talented," Fallon said.

"Yup," Cyrus replied.

But perhaps the best one wasn’t as much an emotion as it was a grave mistake. Jimmy pretended he thought Cyrus’ first name was "Morley." 

“I get tickets and I go see you, and the crowd's all screaming, 'Morley, Morley, Morley!'” Fallon said.

And let’s just say Mi-ley wasn’t too happy about it. 

“I am an international phenomenon and my name is Miley and everyone knows that,” Cyrus said.

It’s hard to argue with that statement. Miley is currently promoting her new album, which she released for free online. (Video via Smiley Miley Inc. / Miley Cyrus)

And she’ll be hosting the season premiere of "Saturday Night Live" this week.

“Here’s what I’m wearing,” Miley said in a promo for the show, holding up a tiny piece of fabric. 

“So, no pants?” Taran Killam said. 

“What are pants?” Miley replied. (Video via NBC / "Saturday Night Live")

But right now, she’s showing Jimmy (or is it Jormey?) who’s boss. 

This story includes images from Getty Images.

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