Miley Cyrus, What’s Up? Not Nicki Minaj!

Miley Cyrus has much going on at the moment and,, between guest hosting Saturday Night Live and battling Nicki Minaj, it’s a wonder Miley has time to work on her music career. Cyrus was only too happy to discuss her Saturday Night Live stint and many other things when she appeared as a guest on Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show.

Miley Cyrus Takes Jokes About Her Fashion Sense in Stride

The interview conducted by Fallon started off on a light note, when the host complimented Miley’s outfit: a bright yellow dress with a lace headband.

Miley Cyrus tells Jimmy Fallon that the rainbow is her favorite color. Photo by Theo Wargo/NBC/Getty Images for 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon'

“You’re my fashion icon. If I was ever going to wear clothes, it’d probably be what you have on,” Ms. Cyrus said, joking about her fondness for on-camera nudity.

“Because it’s rare when it happens,” responded Jimmy in kind.

Ms. Cyrus then commented on hosting the 40th anniversary episode of Saturday Night Live and, particularly, on Leonardo DiCaprio.

“It was kind of weird. I was sitting there and was 20 feet, 15 feet from Leonardo DiCaprio sitting there with his mom and he was hitting a vap[or] pen, but it wasn’t him that was making me nervous. I was feeling this emotion because there’s like an etiquacy when we’re there, you need to pass that shit, Leo, and he never did… So that was weird to me.”

The Hollywood Reporter reports that Miley Cyrus felt further scrutinized by DiCaprio throughout her performance, because she saw his eyes following her, but, overall, Miley said it was a very awkward room. Miley then commented that a part of the weirdness for her was being the only girl of a younger age. Cyrus then added that Kanye West was older, so she wasn’t really counting him after all.

Following her performance of “Pablo the Blowfish,” Miley Cyrus explained that the song was about the death od her own blowfish and how her parents had tried to trick her by placing a new blowfish in the bowl. Upon remarking that she was too old to be fooled, Miley dropped the F-Bomb and immediately apologized.

“There’s a lot of things you can’t say here,” Jimmy Fallon pointed out. “Did you know you’re on TV? This Saturday is going to be tough. You know it’s live, right?”

“Oh boy, oh boy,” Cyrus replied, mocking worry with her tone.

Miley Cyrus Gores Viral, After Nicki Minaj Throws Shade

It seems as though Nicki just settled a feud with Taylor Swift, but Minaj still has the energy to start another feud with Miley at the VMA Awards, according to Entertainment Tonight.

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For those unable to see the above exchange between Cyrus and Minaj, here is the short yet dramatic conversation:

“And now, back to this b—- that had a lot to say about me the other day in the press,” Nicki said, after accepting her award and thanking her fans. “Miley, what’s good?”

“Hey, we’re all in this industry,” Cyrus responded. “We all do interviews and we all know how they manipulate s–t. Nicki, congratu-f—-n-lations.”

The sound cut away from Nicki, but Ms. Minaj could still be seen mouthing words at Cyrus.

“Don’t play with me, b—-.”

As brief as that exhange was, it didn’t escape notice by the fans of both Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj, sending viral the “Miley, what’s good?” line across Ms. Cyrus’ social media accounts.

Miley Cyrus goes viral following Nicki Minaj's comments. Image courtesy of Instagram/Miley Cyrus.

In just a few Instagram posts, Cyrus’ photos were flooded with the “Miley, what’s good” tagline in the comments sections.

Miley, what's good? Image courtesy of Instagram/Miley Cyrus.

The world is still waiting for a response from Miley Cyrus and it seems unlikely that Miley will comment on Nicki Minaj’s remark at all, whether it comes from Nicki herself, or from Miley’s millions of fans.

[Featured image: Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj courtesy of Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images]