Ellen audience members were in for a special treat while filming tomorrow's show.

Unfortunately, Ellen DeGeneres wasn't feeling well enough to take on her usual post, so instead, another famous blond with noteworthy dance moves decided to fill in and take on Ellen's role as host of her daytime talk show for the day—Miley Cyrus!

The 23-year-old stepped out to greet fans in true Ellen fashion and danced her way to center stage before explaining why it wasn't DeGeneres standing before them.

"Hey, everybody. Thank you. I am Ellen DeGeneres. Right. OK, obviously, I'm not Ellen. I am Miley Cyrus. How's it going everybody? Listen now, I know all of you came to see Ellen, so I'm gonna do my best to make you very happy."

And she really did go all the way when trying to bring some authentic Ellen vibes to the show. "I'm dressed like her, I smell like her, just before I came out here, I actually kissed a girl, so thank you. Thank you for making me feel very welcome. Thank you guys for making me feel so welcome. Thank you for staying."

Cyrus admitted that the gig gave her some anxiety, because when was the last time she hosted fully clothed? Also, she explained why Ellen wasn't present.

"I'll admit I'm a little bit nervous because I've never hosted a show with my clothes on before, so this is so weird. Don't worry you guys, Ellen will be fine, but she just isn't feeling well, so she's asked me to fill in and of course, I said yes for my girl Ellen."

Not only that, Miley joked that she had the perfect remedy to get her better. "And I gave her a bunch of Molly to make her feel better. It's working."

"Seriously, I really am honored to be here. Ellen, thank you for asking me," she continued. "We all want you to feel better very soon and I don't know of anything that would make Ellen feel better faster than starting day four of Cat Week!"

But, really. Cat videos make any situation better.

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