Miley has been pretty open about her relationship with Liam since the two got back together last year.
During an appearance on the Ellen show on Thursday, she did just that when describing her sex life with Liam Hemsworth. (Even though her grandma was in the audience.)
The subject came up when Miley and Ellen DeGeneres played a Q&A game called “Lady Time,” which basically involved Ellen asking Miley a bunch of intimate multiple-choice questions that she pulled from a magazine quiz from the ‘70s.
Naturally, the first was about her sex life. Miley was asked to compare her sex life with Liam to a roller-coaster ride, luxury cruise, or commuter trip on a Concorde jet—and she quickly chose the last option. (In case you’re not familiar with it, the Concorde is a supersonic jet.)
“That means it’s fast,” Ellen said. “I’m good. I got to go. I’ve got an album coming out,” Miley joked.
Miley has been pretty open about her relationship with Liam since the two got back together last year. She wrote the song “Malibu” about their relationship and told Billboard in early May that she decided to write the song to tell her side of the story. People are "going to talk about me if I come out of a restaurant with Liam," she said. "So why not put the power back in my relationship and say, 'This is how I feel?’”
Miley later told Sirius XM that she’s glad the couple broke up for three years before reuniting. "I think, know, that everything is happening for the right reason, and I knew that when we weren’t together for the first time,” she said when asked about the advice she would give her younger self when the couple broke up. “I didn’t know if that was the end of it or if we’d be back together again, but knew that wherever I was going, I was on the right path.”
Liam has been largely silent about their relationship in public, but he’s posted a few adorable Instagrams about Miley, including one that featured her hiking with the caption, “Little girl. Big world. #takemeback."
We’re so glad they’re back on track—and apparently on the fast track, when it comes to their sex life.