Cyrus records 'Imagine' cover

Teen superstar Miley Cyrus has recorded a cover version of John Lennon's peace anthem 'Imagine'.

The 16-year-old hit the studio for a duet with her 'Hannah Montana: The Movie' co-star Emily Osment after the pair bonded on the set of the film, through their love of the late Beatles legend.

Cyrus told Moviefone.com: "I'm just a huge John Lennon fan. I studied him in school, and just watched the movie 'Chapter 27' (which depicts his murder).

"We did a duet of 'Imagine', in the studio."

Cyrus doesn't reveal if the duet will ever be released - but she insists fans shouldn't be surprised by her eclectic musical taste.

She added: "I don't think the music you produce has to be the the music you listen to. I like singing pop music, and I like dancing. And you can't really dance a lot to rock and roll. I like Nirvana. I really like Radiohead. I really love the Beatles."

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