Miley Cyrus dresses in drag for 'RuPaul's Drag Race' premiere

Miley Cyrus dresses in drag for 'RuPaul's Drag Race' premiere

Miley Cyrus dresses in drag for 'RuPaul's Drag Race' premiere

But before she got behind the panel looking like the glammed out Miley we know and love, she went undercover as a bro-y crew worker named BJ!

The premiere of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11 is only a few hours away, and you have already seen the new crop of queens sashay into the workroom-but what about Miley Cyrus, the episode's special guest judge?

The "gender-fluid" Malibu songstress, 26, teased her full drag king transformation on Instagram Tuesday, sharing video where she was disguised with a fake beard, glasses and a backstage crew pass to secretly meet this year's group of gals. They're never gonna know what hit 'em, ' the newlywed wife of Liam Hemsworth continued.

"I love me some f-ing lovely women!" the pop star added.

It's Miley Cyrus as you've never seen her before. If you ain't tucked, you ain't apart of the f***in party!'

She also posted a series of photos from behind the scenes of the VH1 hit, including a sped-up video pretending to shave her costume facial hair.

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Cyrus's Drag Race gig was announced earlier this month.

Though it's her first time in the judge's chair, it won't be the first time Cyrus has been on the show.

That's not the only tie Cyrus has to Drag Race.

Meanwhile, Cyrus will be the third consecutive major music diva to front a Drag Race season, after Lady Gaga and Christina Aguilera helped kick off seasons 9 and 10, respectively.

Fellow guests include visits from singer Troye Sivan, reality favorite Tiffany Pollard AKA New York, actress/producer Lena Waithe, and model/activist Cara Delevigne.

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