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Miley Cyrus Inhales Some Fast Food, and More Celebrity News

Miley Cyrus Inhales Some Fast Food, and More Celebrity News


The actress and singer adheres to her strict diet, plus Miuccia Prada's apron obsession

Snooki is having healthy cravings, JWOWW is spring-grilling, and Diet Coke now comes in corsets thanks to Jean Paul Gaultier. Here's the end of the week celebrity recap.

Restaurant Buzz

Model Joan Smalls is sure to visit one spot when she comes to New York City — Shake Shack. [The Cut]

Tobey Maguire and his wife had a vegan dinner at TAO in New York. [NY Post]

• At Carl's Jr, Miley Cyrus inhaled the greasy smell to appease her no-nonsense diet. [Twitter/MileyCyrus]

Seen & Heard

Dancing With the Stars favorite William Levy talked about his American dream to People. "All I knew was my refrigerator was going to be full of stuff," he said. [People]

Jersey Shore's JWOWW and boyfriend Roger kicked off spring with some grilling for dinner. [Twitter/JWOWW]

• Chef David Chang and musician Questlove went head-to-head in a fried chicken taste off on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Guest judges included Tina Fey and Mad Men's John Slattery. [The Daily Meal]

Snooki is craving the good stuff. The reality star tweeted, "I'm craving a lot of fruits! No fatty foods wohoo! I love being pregnant!" [Twitter/Snooki]

• Italian designer Miuccia Prada loves herself some aprons. [NYT]

• Jean Paul Gaultier has clothed Diet Coke bottles everywhere with his trademark corsets. [The Daily Meal]


Chipotle is now selling a Miley Cyrus-inspired burrito — all thanks to TikTok

A Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito is now for sale — and customers have TikTok to thank.

The custom burrito, based on the singer’s own go-to order, hit Chipotle’s menu thanks to a recent trend on the app. TikTokers have spent the past several weeks promising to do almost anything if Cyrus commented on their video (one fan even promised to shave their head).

Chipotle, which its own shockingly good TikTok account, decided to join in.

“If Miley Cyrus comments we’ll make a Miley burrito in our app,” the chain captioned its plea.

Of course, Cyrus responded. In what seemed like an instant, the “Guac is extra but so is Miley burrito” was born.

The all-veggie burrito is packed with white rice, black beans, chili-corn salsa, tomatillo salsa and of course, guacamole. It’s now available for order on the Chipotle app or website. Ordering it in person may be a different story, as the chain suggests that you might be met with some strange looks if you ask for the “Miley burrito” out of the blue.

TikTok seemed to freak out over the Miley burrito, and the fact that it spawned from their own viral trend.

“Chipotle and Miley Cyrus is the collab I’m looking for,” one user wrote.

Of course, Miley isn’t the first celebrity to get her own Chipotle order. In recent months, YouTuber David Dobrik announced his second collab with the fast-casual chain, which, in Dobrik fashion, involved a $10,000 giveaway.

To see how the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito compares to past celeb orders, we sent In The Know producer Mark out to try the meal himself. Here’s how it went.

Trying the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito

Credit: ITK

Mark, who definitely recommends trying the burrito, was especially happy about its “smokey” flavor — which probably has something to do with all that salsa. Additionally, he seemed pretty pleased by the guac-to-everything-else ratio.

“I didn’t even notice the lack of meat and I think that’s because of the good amount of guac in the burrito,” Mark said.

Mark’s girlfriend, Rachel, also praised the guac. She added that the burrito tasted a lot different than Chipotle’s other items.

“I like this a lot. Keep it all year round!” Rachel said.

If one very excited couple isn’t enough to get you excited about Miley’s burrito, then you’re just going to have to try it yourself. Or not! You could always wait for the next celebrity-inspired fast food item to make its debut.

Also, be sure to watch the video above to see even more of the Miley burrito.

If you liked this story, check out this article on the college student who called into virtual class while ordering at Chipotle.


Chipotle is now selling a Miley Cyrus-inspired burrito — all thanks to TikTok

A Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito is now for sale — and customers have TikTok to thank.

The custom burrito, based on the singer’s own go-to order, hit Chipotle’s menu thanks to a recent trend on the app. TikTokers have spent the past several weeks promising to do almost anything if Cyrus commented on their video (one fan even promised to shave their head).

Chipotle, which its own shockingly good TikTok account, decided to join in.

“If Miley Cyrus comments we’ll make a Miley burrito in our app,” the chain captioned its plea.

Of course, Cyrus responded. In what seemed like an instant, the “Guac is extra but so is Miley burrito” was born.

The all-veggie burrito is packed with white rice, black beans, chili-corn salsa, tomatillo salsa and of course, guacamole. It’s now available for order on the Chipotle app or website. Ordering it in person may be a different story, as the chain suggests that you might be met with some strange looks if you ask for the “Miley burrito” out of the blue.

TikTok seemed to freak out over the Miley burrito, and the fact that it spawned from their own viral trend.

“Chipotle and Miley Cyrus is the collab I’m looking for,” one user wrote.

Of course, Miley isn’t the first celebrity to get her own Chipotle order. In recent months, YouTuber David Dobrik announced his second collab with the fast-casual chain, which, in Dobrik fashion, involved a $10,000 giveaway.

To see how the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito compares to past celeb orders, we sent In The Know producer Mark out to try the meal himself. Here’s how it went.

Trying the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito

Credit: ITK

Mark, who definitely recommends trying the burrito, was especially happy about its “smokey” flavor — which probably has something to do with all that salsa. Additionally, he seemed pretty pleased by the guac-to-everything-else ratio.

“I didn’t even notice the lack of meat and I think that’s because of the good amount of guac in the burrito,” Mark said.

Mark’s girlfriend, Rachel, also praised the guac. She added that the burrito tasted a lot different than Chipotle’s other items.

“I like this a lot. Keep it all year round!” Rachel said.

If one very excited couple isn’t enough to get you excited about Miley’s burrito, then you’re just going to have to try it yourself. Or not! You could always wait for the next celebrity-inspired fast food item to make its debut.

Also, be sure to watch the video above to see even more of the Miley burrito.

If you liked this story, check out this article on the college student who called into virtual class while ordering at Chipotle.


Chipotle is now selling a Miley Cyrus-inspired burrito — all thanks to TikTok

A Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito is now for sale — and customers have TikTok to thank.

The custom burrito, based on the singer’s own go-to order, hit Chipotle’s menu thanks to a recent trend on the app. TikTokers have spent the past several weeks promising to do almost anything if Cyrus commented on their video (one fan even promised to shave their head).

Chipotle, which its own shockingly good TikTok account, decided to join in.

“If Miley Cyrus comments we’ll make a Miley burrito in our app,” the chain captioned its plea.

Of course, Cyrus responded. In what seemed like an instant, the “Guac is extra but so is Miley burrito” was born.

The all-veggie burrito is packed with white rice, black beans, chili-corn salsa, tomatillo salsa and of course, guacamole. It’s now available for order on the Chipotle app or website. Ordering it in person may be a different story, as the chain suggests that you might be met with some strange looks if you ask for the “Miley burrito” out of the blue.

TikTok seemed to freak out over the Miley burrito, and the fact that it spawned from their own viral trend.

“Chipotle and Miley Cyrus is the collab I’m looking for,” one user wrote.

Of course, Miley isn’t the first celebrity to get her own Chipotle order. In recent months, YouTuber David Dobrik announced his second collab with the fast-casual chain, which, in Dobrik fashion, involved a $10,000 giveaway.

To see how the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito compares to past celeb orders, we sent In The Know producer Mark out to try the meal himself. Here’s how it went.

Trying the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito

Credit: ITK

Mark, who definitely recommends trying the burrito, was especially happy about its “smokey” flavor — which probably has something to do with all that salsa. Additionally, he seemed pretty pleased by the guac-to-everything-else ratio.

“I didn’t even notice the lack of meat and I think that’s because of the good amount of guac in the burrito,” Mark said.

Mark’s girlfriend, Rachel, also praised the guac. She added that the burrito tasted a lot different than Chipotle’s other items.

“I like this a lot. Keep it all year round!” Rachel said.

If one very excited couple isn’t enough to get you excited about Miley’s burrito, then you’re just going to have to try it yourself. Or not! You could always wait for the next celebrity-inspired fast food item to make its debut.

Also, be sure to watch the video above to see even more of the Miley burrito.

If you liked this story, check out this article on the college student who called into virtual class while ordering at Chipotle.


Chipotle is now selling a Miley Cyrus-inspired burrito — all thanks to TikTok

A Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito is now for sale — and customers have TikTok to thank.

The custom burrito, based on the singer’s own go-to order, hit Chipotle’s menu thanks to a recent trend on the app. TikTokers have spent the past several weeks promising to do almost anything if Cyrus commented on their video (one fan even promised to shave their head).

Chipotle, which its own shockingly good TikTok account, decided to join in.

“If Miley Cyrus comments we’ll make a Miley burrito in our app,” the chain captioned its plea.

Of course, Cyrus responded. In what seemed like an instant, the “Guac is extra but so is Miley burrito” was born.

The all-veggie burrito is packed with white rice, black beans, chili-corn salsa, tomatillo salsa and of course, guacamole. It’s now available for order on the Chipotle app or website. Ordering it in person may be a different story, as the chain suggests that you might be met with some strange looks if you ask for the “Miley burrito” out of the blue.

TikTok seemed to freak out over the Miley burrito, and the fact that it spawned from their own viral trend.

“Chipotle and Miley Cyrus is the collab I’m looking for,” one user wrote.

Of course, Miley isn’t the first celebrity to get her own Chipotle order. In recent months, YouTuber David Dobrik announced his second collab with the fast-casual chain, which, in Dobrik fashion, involved a $10,000 giveaway.

To see how the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito compares to past celeb orders, we sent In The Know producer Mark out to try the meal himself. Here’s how it went.

Trying the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito

Credit: ITK

Mark, who definitely recommends trying the burrito, was especially happy about its “smokey” flavor — which probably has something to do with all that salsa. Additionally, he seemed pretty pleased by the guac-to-everything-else ratio.

“I didn’t even notice the lack of meat and I think that’s because of the good amount of guac in the burrito,” Mark said.

Mark’s girlfriend, Rachel, also praised the guac. She added that the burrito tasted a lot different than Chipotle’s other items.

“I like this a lot. Keep it all year round!” Rachel said.

If one very excited couple isn’t enough to get you excited about Miley’s burrito, then you’re just going to have to try it yourself. Or not! You could always wait for the next celebrity-inspired fast food item to make its debut.

Also, be sure to watch the video above to see even more of the Miley burrito.

If you liked this story, check out this article on the college student who called into virtual class while ordering at Chipotle.


Chipotle is now selling a Miley Cyrus-inspired burrito — all thanks to TikTok

A Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito is now for sale — and customers have TikTok to thank.

The custom burrito, based on the singer’s own go-to order, hit Chipotle’s menu thanks to a recent trend on the app. TikTokers have spent the past several weeks promising to do almost anything if Cyrus commented on their video (one fan even promised to shave their head).

Chipotle, which its own shockingly good TikTok account, decided to join in.

“If Miley Cyrus comments we’ll make a Miley burrito in our app,” the chain captioned its plea.

Of course, Cyrus responded. In what seemed like an instant, the “Guac is extra but so is Miley burrito” was born.

The all-veggie burrito is packed with white rice, black beans, chili-corn salsa, tomatillo salsa and of course, guacamole. It’s now available for order on the Chipotle app or website. Ordering it in person may be a different story, as the chain suggests that you might be met with some strange looks if you ask for the “Miley burrito” out of the blue.

TikTok seemed to freak out over the Miley burrito, and the fact that it spawned from their own viral trend.

“Chipotle and Miley Cyrus is the collab I’m looking for,” one user wrote.

Of course, Miley isn’t the first celebrity to get her own Chipotle order. In recent months, YouTuber David Dobrik announced his second collab with the fast-casual chain, which, in Dobrik fashion, involved a $10,000 giveaway.

To see how the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito compares to past celeb orders, we sent In The Know producer Mark out to try the meal himself. Here’s how it went.

Trying the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito

Credit: ITK

Mark, who definitely recommends trying the burrito, was especially happy about its “smokey” flavor — which probably has something to do with all that salsa. Additionally, he seemed pretty pleased by the guac-to-everything-else ratio.

“I didn’t even notice the lack of meat and I think that’s because of the good amount of guac in the burrito,” Mark said.

Mark’s girlfriend, Rachel, also praised the guac. She added that the burrito tasted a lot different than Chipotle’s other items.

“I like this a lot. Keep it all year round!” Rachel said.

If one very excited couple isn’t enough to get you excited about Miley’s burrito, then you’re just going to have to try it yourself. Or not! You could always wait for the next celebrity-inspired fast food item to make its debut.

Also, be sure to watch the video above to see even more of the Miley burrito.

If you liked this story, check out this article on the college student who called into virtual class while ordering at Chipotle.


Chipotle is now selling a Miley Cyrus-inspired burrito — all thanks to TikTok

A Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito is now for sale — and customers have TikTok to thank.

The custom burrito, based on the singer’s own go-to order, hit Chipotle’s menu thanks to a recent trend on the app. TikTokers have spent the past several weeks promising to do almost anything if Cyrus commented on their video (one fan even promised to shave their head).

Chipotle, which its own shockingly good TikTok account, decided to join in.

“If Miley Cyrus comments we’ll make a Miley burrito in our app,” the chain captioned its plea.

Of course, Cyrus responded. In what seemed like an instant, the “Guac is extra but so is Miley burrito” was born.

The all-veggie burrito is packed with white rice, black beans, chili-corn salsa, tomatillo salsa and of course, guacamole. It’s now available for order on the Chipotle app or website. Ordering it in person may be a different story, as the chain suggests that you might be met with some strange looks if you ask for the “Miley burrito” out of the blue.

TikTok seemed to freak out over the Miley burrito, and the fact that it spawned from their own viral trend.

“Chipotle and Miley Cyrus is the collab I’m looking for,” one user wrote.

Of course, Miley isn’t the first celebrity to get her own Chipotle order. In recent months, YouTuber David Dobrik announced his second collab with the fast-casual chain, which, in Dobrik fashion, involved a $10,000 giveaway.

To see how the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito compares to past celeb orders, we sent In The Know producer Mark out to try the meal himself. Here’s how it went.

Trying the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito

Credit: ITK

Mark, who definitely recommends trying the burrito, was especially happy about its “smokey” flavor — which probably has something to do with all that salsa. Additionally, he seemed pretty pleased by the guac-to-everything-else ratio.

“I didn’t even notice the lack of meat and I think that’s because of the good amount of guac in the burrito,” Mark said.

Mark’s girlfriend, Rachel, also praised the guac. She added that the burrito tasted a lot different than Chipotle’s other items.

“I like this a lot. Keep it all year round!” Rachel said.

If one very excited couple isn’t enough to get you excited about Miley’s burrito, then you’re just going to have to try it yourself. Or not! You could always wait for the next celebrity-inspired fast food item to make its debut.

Also, be sure to watch the video above to see even more of the Miley burrito.

If you liked this story, check out this article on the college student who called into virtual class while ordering at Chipotle.


Chipotle is now selling a Miley Cyrus-inspired burrito — all thanks to TikTok

A Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito is now for sale — and customers have TikTok to thank.

The custom burrito, based on the singer’s own go-to order, hit Chipotle’s menu thanks to a recent trend on the app. TikTokers have spent the past several weeks promising to do almost anything if Cyrus commented on their video (one fan even promised to shave their head).

Chipotle, which its own shockingly good TikTok account, decided to join in.

“If Miley Cyrus comments we’ll make a Miley burrito in our app,” the chain captioned its plea.

Of course, Cyrus responded. In what seemed like an instant, the “Guac is extra but so is Miley burrito” was born.

The all-veggie burrito is packed with white rice, black beans, chili-corn salsa, tomatillo salsa and of course, guacamole. It’s now available for order on the Chipotle app or website. Ordering it in person may be a different story, as the chain suggests that you might be met with some strange looks if you ask for the “Miley burrito” out of the blue.

TikTok seemed to freak out over the Miley burrito, and the fact that it spawned from their own viral trend.

“Chipotle and Miley Cyrus is the collab I’m looking for,” one user wrote.

Of course, Miley isn’t the first celebrity to get her own Chipotle order. In recent months, YouTuber David Dobrik announced his second collab with the fast-casual chain, which, in Dobrik fashion, involved a $10,000 giveaway.

To see how the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito compares to past celeb orders, we sent In The Know producer Mark out to try the meal himself. Here’s how it went.

Trying the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito

Credit: ITK

Mark, who definitely recommends trying the burrito, was especially happy about its “smokey” flavor — which probably has something to do with all that salsa. Additionally, he seemed pretty pleased by the guac-to-everything-else ratio.

“I didn’t even notice the lack of meat and I think that’s because of the good amount of guac in the burrito,” Mark said.

Mark’s girlfriend, Rachel, also praised the guac. She added that the burrito tasted a lot different than Chipotle’s other items.

“I like this a lot. Keep it all year round!” Rachel said.

If one very excited couple isn’t enough to get you excited about Miley’s burrito, then you’re just going to have to try it yourself. Or not! You could always wait for the next celebrity-inspired fast food item to make its debut.

Also, be sure to watch the video above to see even more of the Miley burrito.

If you liked this story, check out this article on the college student who called into virtual class while ordering at Chipotle.


Chipotle is now selling a Miley Cyrus-inspired burrito — all thanks to TikTok

A Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito is now for sale — and customers have TikTok to thank.

The custom burrito, based on the singer’s own go-to order, hit Chipotle’s menu thanks to a recent trend on the app. TikTokers have spent the past several weeks promising to do almost anything if Cyrus commented on their video (one fan even promised to shave their head).

Chipotle, which its own shockingly good TikTok account, decided to join in.

“If Miley Cyrus comments we’ll make a Miley burrito in our app,” the chain captioned its plea.

Of course, Cyrus responded. In what seemed like an instant, the “Guac is extra but so is Miley burrito” was born.

The all-veggie burrito is packed with white rice, black beans, chili-corn salsa, tomatillo salsa and of course, guacamole. It’s now available for order on the Chipotle app or website. Ordering it in person may be a different story, as the chain suggests that you might be met with some strange looks if you ask for the “Miley burrito” out of the blue.

TikTok seemed to freak out over the Miley burrito, and the fact that it spawned from their own viral trend.

“Chipotle and Miley Cyrus is the collab I’m looking for,” one user wrote.

Of course, Miley isn’t the first celebrity to get her own Chipotle order. In recent months, YouTuber David Dobrik announced his second collab with the fast-casual chain, which, in Dobrik fashion, involved a $10,000 giveaway.

To see how the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito compares to past celeb orders, we sent In The Know producer Mark out to try the meal himself. Here’s how it went.

Trying the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito

Credit: ITK

Mark, who definitely recommends trying the burrito, was especially happy about its “smokey” flavor — which probably has something to do with all that salsa. Additionally, he seemed pretty pleased by the guac-to-everything-else ratio.

“I didn’t even notice the lack of meat and I think that’s because of the good amount of guac in the burrito,” Mark said.

Mark’s girlfriend, Rachel, also praised the guac. She added that the burrito tasted a lot different than Chipotle’s other items.

“I like this a lot. Keep it all year round!” Rachel said.

If one very excited couple isn’t enough to get you excited about Miley’s burrito, then you’re just going to have to try it yourself. Or not! You could always wait for the next celebrity-inspired fast food item to make its debut.

Also, be sure to watch the video above to see even more of the Miley burrito.

If you liked this story, check out this article on the college student who called into virtual class while ordering at Chipotle.


Chipotle is now selling a Miley Cyrus-inspired burrito — all thanks to TikTok

A Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito is now for sale — and customers have TikTok to thank.

The custom burrito, based on the singer’s own go-to order, hit Chipotle’s menu thanks to a recent trend on the app. TikTokers have spent the past several weeks promising to do almost anything if Cyrus commented on their video (one fan even promised to shave their head).

Chipotle, which its own shockingly good TikTok account, decided to join in.

“If Miley Cyrus comments we’ll make a Miley burrito in our app,” the chain captioned its plea.

Of course, Cyrus responded. In what seemed like an instant, the “Guac is extra but so is Miley burrito” was born.

The all-veggie burrito is packed with white rice, black beans, chili-corn salsa, tomatillo salsa and of course, guacamole. It’s now available for order on the Chipotle app or website. Ordering it in person may be a different story, as the chain suggests that you might be met with some strange looks if you ask for the “Miley burrito” out of the blue.

TikTok seemed to freak out over the Miley burrito, and the fact that it spawned from their own viral trend.

“Chipotle and Miley Cyrus is the collab I’m looking for,” one user wrote.

Of course, Miley isn’t the first celebrity to get her own Chipotle order. In recent months, YouTuber David Dobrik announced his second collab with the fast-casual chain, which, in Dobrik fashion, involved a $10,000 giveaway.

To see how the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito compares to past celeb orders, we sent In The Know producer Mark out to try the meal himself. Here’s how it went.

Trying the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito

Credit: ITK

Mark, who definitely recommends trying the burrito, was especially happy about its “smokey” flavor — which probably has something to do with all that salsa. Additionally, he seemed pretty pleased by the guac-to-everything-else ratio.

“I didn’t even notice the lack of meat and I think that’s because of the good amount of guac in the burrito,” Mark said.

Mark’s girlfriend, Rachel, also praised the guac. She added that the burrito tasted a lot different than Chipotle’s other items.

“I like this a lot. Keep it all year round!” Rachel said.

If one very excited couple isn’t enough to get you excited about Miley’s burrito, then you’re just going to have to try it yourself. Or not! You could always wait for the next celebrity-inspired fast food item to make its debut.

Also, be sure to watch the video above to see even more of the Miley burrito.

If you liked this story, check out this article on the college student who called into virtual class while ordering at Chipotle.


Chipotle is now selling a Miley Cyrus-inspired burrito — all thanks to TikTok

A Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito is now for sale — and customers have TikTok to thank.

The custom burrito, based on the singer’s own go-to order, hit Chipotle’s menu thanks to a recent trend on the app. TikTokers have spent the past several weeks promising to do almost anything if Cyrus commented on their video (one fan even promised to shave their head).

Chipotle, which its own shockingly good TikTok account, decided to join in.

“If Miley Cyrus comments we’ll make a Miley burrito in our app,” the chain captioned its plea.

Of course, Cyrus responded. In what seemed like an instant, the “Guac is extra but so is Miley burrito” was born.

The all-veggie burrito is packed with white rice, black beans, chili-corn salsa, tomatillo salsa and of course, guacamole. It’s now available for order on the Chipotle app or website. Ordering it in person may be a different story, as the chain suggests that you might be met with some strange looks if you ask for the “Miley burrito” out of the blue.

TikTok seemed to freak out over the Miley burrito, and the fact that it spawned from their own viral trend.

“Chipotle and Miley Cyrus is the collab I’m looking for,” one user wrote.

Of course, Miley isn’t the first celebrity to get her own Chipotle order. In recent months, YouTuber David Dobrik announced his second collab with the fast-casual chain, which, in Dobrik fashion, involved a $10,000 giveaway.

To see how the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito compares to past celeb orders, we sent In The Know producer Mark out to try the meal himself. Here’s how it went.

Trying the Miley Cyrus Chipotle burrito

Credit: ITK

Mark, who definitely recommends trying the burrito, was especially happy about its “smokey” flavor — which probably has something to do with all that salsa. Additionally, he seemed pretty pleased by the guac-to-everything-else ratio.

“I didn’t even notice the lack of meat and I think that’s because of the good amount of guac in the burrito,” Mark said.

Mark’s girlfriend, Rachel, also praised the guac. She added that the burrito tasted a lot different than Chipotle’s other items.

“I like this a lot. Keep it all year round!” Rachel said.

If one very excited couple isn’t enough to get you excited about Miley’s burrito, then you’re just going to have to try it yourself. Or not! You could always wait for the next celebrity-inspired fast food item to make its debut.

Also, be sure to watch the video above to see even more of the Miley burrito.

If you liked this story, check out this article on the college student who called into virtual class while ordering at Chipotle.