But wait! Before visions of Vanity Fair and Miley Cyrus in the shower overwhelm you, she doesn't want a racy Sex and the City. No, that doesn't make sense, but read on.

Just Jared posted an interview that TV Guide conducted with the Hannah Montana star, who is about to get her own 3-D movie, and when she was asked what she'd like to work on in the future, she said: "I'd love to do a younger, cleaner version of Sex and the City." I'm suddenly having flashbacks to "Twenty-Something Girls vs. Thirty-Something Women." Rachel Miner had a gig as Laurel, a young woman who considered Carrie Bradshaw her hero and mentor, although she was a virgin who was saving herself for marriage.

Dear Miley, while yes, it would be fun for you to get a gig where you chat with your friends and work in the big city, the show is called SEX and the City. To make it "cleaner," would mean taking out the whole twist on the show. But who knows? The stars were much more reserved in the movie version (save Cynthia Nixon), so maybe one day we'll see Smoochin' and the City -- starring Miley Cyrus!


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