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Here's How Tish Cyrus Knows Daughter Miley Hasn't Gotten Married to Liam Hemsworth

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The world is waiting with bated breath for the day when Miley Cyrus and her fiancé Liam Hemsworth tie the knot. When the big day finally arrives, Miley has a talented designer at her disposal to help her have the most gorgeous wedding ever: her mom, Tish Cyrus.

The designer of the new home makeover series Cyrus vs. Cyrus: Design and Conquer recently told reporters at NBCUniversal Summer Press Day that she would definitely design her daughter's wedding "if and when that day comes," according to E! News.

Of course, rumors about Miley's impending nuptials continue to swirl. Miley's famous dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, recently sparked more buzz when he posted an Instagram photo of Miley on a monitor wearing a white dress earlier this month. The post was captioned, "I'm so are happy @mileycyrus."

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Miley's manager confirmed to Us Weekly that she and Liam are still not married, and Tish recently told ET that she totally didn't get wedding vibes from that photo. “I'm always the last to know,” she said of the Instagram post. “I looked at the picture, and I'm like, Brandi was like, 'Why was everybody thinking that?!'”

The pop star's older sister, Brandi Cyrus, who will be designing up a storm alongside her mama on Cyrus vs. Cyrus: Design and Conquer, also knew that Miley couldn't have gotten married. “I was like in that top?!" she told ET. "What are you, crazy?!"

Tish agreed saying, “If Miley was getting married, it would not be in that dress!”

Brandi said that Miley "would have had some fabulous wedding dress, not just like [the] frilly top she was wearing in a photo."

We have no doubt that when Miley's wedding day comes, it's going to look amazing.

We'll see more of Miley when Cyrus vs. Cyrus: Design and Conquer premieres on Thursday, May 25 at 10/9c. Watch the full preview of what you can expect above, and then check out some more home inspo, below.

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Planning your big day is stressful enough as it is; add finding a dress, selecting a five-course menu, and choosing a wine program to the list and it’s safe to say you’re in over your head. While many people fret over the dinner and dress, it’s actually the wine list that can cause the most stress. You’re caught between the dire struggle of wanting to please an array of palates, while also making versatile selections that can pair with an array of foods. Without extensive wine knowledge, this task can seem daunting, almost impossible. But fear not — that’s why we’re here. We’ve compiled a list of go-to reds, whites, and sparklings perfect for your big day. As for the dress and food? Those are totally on you.

Disclaimer: The biggest tip that we can offer is to provide no more than one sparkling, two white, and two red options. Giving your guests too many choices can result in confusion — as well as running out of bottles of an unexpected favorite.

Our Guide To Choosing Reds, Whites, and Bubblies For Your Wedding

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WHITES:Sauvignon Blanc from Sancerre

Keeping a Sauvignon Blanc option on the list is a great choice because people are familiar with the grape, therefore comfortable ordering it and drinking it. It’s pretty widely understood that Sancerre produces the cleanest, purest expressions of SB in the world. These terroir-driven, mineral-rich wines are more food-friendly as well, making them perfect for cocktail hour as well as dinner.

Chardonnay from Burgundy

Hold the phone — we’re not suggesting that you serve up a Premier Cru Chassagne Montrachet at your reception (though if your budget calls for it, send an invite our way…) However, Burgundy is brimming with affordable Chardonnay; look for a balanced Mâcon-Villages or Pouilly-Fuissé to serve. Burgundian Chardonnays are classic and refined, and with the perfect amount of oak and acidity, they work beautifully as an aperitif or a food-friendly pairing.

REDS:Gamay from Beaujolais

Choosing a Gamay-based wine from Beaujolais is a safe choice; look to one of the 10 crus for wines of higher quality. Cru Beaujolais is light enough on the palate to be consumed without food, yet also pairs well with an array of hors d’oeuvres, vegetables, and chicken-based dishes.

Pinot Noir

Yes, we know, everyone loves Pinot Noir — so why not stick with what’ll make your guests happy? While we might opt for a nerdier option with a similar body (think Cab Franc or Mencia), you don’t want your guests to feel intimidated by an unknown varietal. Upgrade your Pinot by checking out some options from less popular regions, like Marlborough or Baden (bottles will be labeled as Spatburgunder on the latter!)

SPARKLING:Your big day only happens once, right? (We hope…) Our advice? Splurge for some true Champagne and savor this special moment! Though if true Champagne really doesn’t matter to you, we’d recommend finding a Cava Brut Reserva; this Spanish sparkler is produced in the same method as Champagne and tastes pretty similar due to the longer aging of Reservas (at a fraction of the cost!).

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