Cyrus creates own milkshake

Miley Cyrus fans can now literally slurp their favourite star after the teen sensation created her very own milkshake in Hollywood on Tuesday night.

Cyrus, her pet pooch, father Billy Ray, boyfriend Justin Gaston and a group of friends were special guests at the newly-opened Millions of Milkshakes on Santa Monica Boulevard and gorged themselves on high-calorie dairy treats.

And while Cyrus' pals opted for The Obama and a Britney Spears shake, Cyrus was offered the chance to create her own, which will become a menu item.

She told Hollywoodtv.com: "I put vanilla and cookie dough (in mine). (It was) greasy and slippery. Oh my God, I'm such a fatty!"

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