Miley Cyrus, Twitter


Remember, Miley Cyrus, it's not goodbye, it's see ya later.

The pop star has packed up and headed out to perform for KDWB's famous Jingle Ball concert (she recently hit the stage for the Los Angeles show), but she made sure to say farewell to her "babies" first. Cyrus posted a sweet photo of herself puckering up to kiss her dogs before she left to chilly Minneapolis.

"I don't wanna leave my babies :(," the singer wrote on Twitter, before letting her fans know just how cold the weather is. "Freeeeeeezing," she wrote with a photo, and added (in case people didn't get the hint), "F--kkng cold."

Cyrus also shared a photo of a yummy cocktail (which may have helped her warm up a bit) and a snapshot of her mama Tish. "My mommy is so pretty," she wrote.

Unfortunately, Miley will have to part ways from her pups for a much longer period of time once February 2014 comes around, because she'll be jetting off for her Bangerz world tour.

Miley Cyrus, Tish Cyrus, Twitter


In early November, Miley formally announced the dates for her highly anticipated tour (which kicks off in Vancouver on Feb. 14) and revealed that these upcoming performances are going to be "insane."

"Literally my whole life is revolving around this tour right now," the 20-year-old pop star told Ryan Seacrest during an On Air With Ryan Seacrest radio interview on Wednesday, Nov. 6. "Diane Martel and I, we're putting together this tour that's going to be insane."

Cyrus continued, "The minute you step into my arena, the whole thing feels like your a part of this crazy different world and you step in to a show the minute you walk in the door, rather than it being a show when I come onstage. I just want the whole arena to always have a vibe and it to be fun and be a totally different experience and nothing that's obviously traditional."

We wouldn't imagine it to be any other way.

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