Miley Cyrus had a chat with Ryan Seacrest about everything going on in her life lately, from the Jonas Brothers song she reportedly inspired to 'Two And a Half Men' and her own new album.

Cyrus' guest arc on 'Two And a Half Men' aired last night (Oct. 18), and Cyrus loved it so much that she may be back. “It was so fun!" she gushed. "I've been wanting to work with Ashton forever and I couldn't really take time away to do a movie from my record right now. So, we wanted to work together, then we thought ‘Two and a Half Men’ would be the quick and easy way to do it. It turned out to be something that I loved so much I came back for a second episode," she enthused.

Cyrus revealed that part of why she loved her character on 'Two And a Half Men' is because she was so sassy. "I think it’s fun for the show, because what we thought was fun about my character is everyone that came on, even when Charlie was there, it was, 'Who’s going to sleep with Charlie or who’s going to sleep with Ashton?' And that’s so not my character. My character is just so in your face and blunt and really kind of puts Ashton back in his place. It’s really fun and they've never really had a girl character come on like that.”

Just because Miley didn't have any hot and heavy scenes doesn't mean her hubby-to-be won't have any -- or that she won't have them in the future. And they're both cool with that! “It’s a thing, but it’s not a thing," she said. "At this point we’re engaged, like we’re forever. I think if I was a girlfriend and all this stuff would happen I would feel like I need to show my ownership," she admitted. "I've turned down scripts, because I felt like it was things that not only make me feel uncomfortable, but I don’t think any career is worth stressing out the person that you love the most or making them feel hurt. So, we both give each other boundaries.”

Seacrest also asked the question burning on everyone's minds: Is 'Wedding Bells' about Miley and Nick Jonas' lost love? “I don’t know who else is getting married, so I feel like that’s pretty blatant, it’s whatever," she said. "Wedding bells are in my future, so I don’t know.”

Whether she likes the song, Cyrus doesn't have a problem with Jonas releasing it. "Like I said, everyone has to write songs that are about things that they felt and he even introduced that this isn't the way that I am," she explained. "So, you can’t ever hate on someone for writing about something you've been through," she said. "I think that you kind of get a fair warning when you date an artist and someone that’s a writer. When you’re going through things that you’re going to end up hearing about it on the radio.” We bet Joe Jonas learned that lesson from Taylor Swift, too!

Finally, what's Cyrus have up her sleeve for her own new music? “ I've been working with Pharrell a lot and working with Dr. Luke. There’s a good mix on this record of songs that are kind of about things that I've gone through and making this album after I just got engaged and all this," she said. "But also just some fun party songs too."

And when can we hear some of her tunes? Soon! "Hopefully by the end of this year I’ll have a single out, not hopefully -- we will have a single out by the end of this year," she assured. "Then hopefully next year another single, pretty early in next year, then an album to drop and hopefully a tour to follow.”

Listen to Miley Cyrus' Interview With Ryan Seacrest