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Miley Cyrus attends Miley Cyrus' Official Album Release Party for "Bangerz" at The General on October 8, 2013 in New York City.
Get ready Smilers, Miley Cyrus is hitting the road.
The "Wrecking Ball" singer is going on tour in 2014, tweeting on Saturday, Oct. 26, "I'm gooooing on tooooooour!! #Bangerz2014Tour," with an emoji kiss icon.
The 20-year-old pop star then appeared on "Saturday Night Live," crashing host Edward Norton's opening monologue to share her happy news.
"Real quick, I would just like to announce to all my fans, that I'm about to be going on tour," she said as the crowd cheered.
Alec Baldwin, who was giving Norton some hosting pointers, didn't miss a beat suggesting that Miley's fans should watch his new MSNBC talk show.
No dates have been announced, but Cyrus provided a link with a message that gives fans the option to sign up for a newsletter for upcoming details.
Bangerz, which was released on Oct. 8, debuted at No.1 on iTunes and Billboard's Top 200 album, according to a release from RCA records at the time.
The songstress sold over 270,000 albums and the album hit the top spot on iTunes in 70 countries, including Canada, Australia, Ireland and the U.K.
This is the Cyrus' second No. 1 album and besides Hannah Montana, her biggest sales week since 2008.
"#Drinkinouttavasesamirightttt #celebrate #Bangerztour2014," Cyrus captioned a pic on Twitter, where she is rocking a leopard jacket and holding a cigarette, while drinking out of a bright green vase.