Miley Cyrus Just Asked a Random Woman Out on TikTok and It's Everything

A woman on TikTok shared a video of herself dancing to a Miley Cyrus song and Cyrus ended up asking the woman on a date.

  • Earlier this week, one TikTok user posted a video of herself dancing to Miley Cyrus (opens in new tab)' song "Plastic Hearts," along with a promise meant to get the star's attention.
  • "If Miley comments I'll get whatever tattoo she says," the woman wrote with the TikTok (opens in new tab) video.
  • Miley replied, but instead of suggesting a tattoo, she asked the woman out on a date. "How about the time and place of our first date?" she wrote in response.

You know how sometimes you just have the urge to desperately, chill-lessly try to get the attention of your favorite celebs on social media (opens in new tab)? Especially in 2020, now that all of life is online (opens in new tab) anyway and nothing seems to matter anymore and...well, let's not fall down that rabbit hole. The point is, everyday tons of people make a grab for celebrity attention on the internet and sometimes those efforts are rewarded in a very big way.

Proof: This week, a woman took to TikTok to post a video of herself dancing to Miley Cyrus (opens in new tab)' new song, "Plastic Hearts." (opens in new tab) Along with the video, the woman wrote, "If Miley comments I'll get whatever tattoo she says."

The promise (and awesome video) paid off because Miley did see the post (opens in new tab) and she did comment—but not with a tattoo idea so much as an invitation to go on a date.

"How about the time and place of our first date?" Miley wrote, along with series of heart, kissing, cherry, and tongue emojis.

Unsurprisingly, the woman was more than pleased with the suggestion. "I'm down to take you out anytime," she replied.

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Dreams do come true.

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Kayleigh Roberts is a freelance writer and editor with more than 10 years of professional experience. Her byline has appeared in Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, ELLE, Harper’s Bazaar, The Atlantic, Allure, Entertainment Weekly, MTV, Bustle, Refinery29, Girls’ Life Magazine, Just Jared, and Tiger Beat, among other publications. She's a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.