Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson are on the promo trail for their new hit collaboration "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart," hitting New York City this week for radio interviews, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Saturday Night Live, and more.

While sitting down with NYC radio station 103.5 KTU, Miley was up for talking about everything from potential for another Britney Spears collaboration, if she'll tour in 2019, and what her and Ronson plan to do on the SNL stage this Saturday.

When the DJ asks Miley the fan-submitted question about the likelihood of a Britney team-up, Miley quickly reminds listeners that the two already collaborated, on the track "SMS (Bangerz)" off her 2013 Bangerz album. Chances for another collab? "It was one of the best experiences ever... I would definitely do it again," Cyrus says. "I'm her biggest fan."

When it comes to touring, which Cyrus hasn't done extensively since her Bangerz Tour, the singer says it would probably be, "later in the year or early 2020 possibly." Miley then confirms, "I'll definitely put out a new record next year."

Considering Mark and Miley only have the one single out now, people are wondering what they'll do for their second SNL performance. The pair revealed that, too! Ronson says, "We're doing a Christmas tune, because it is the Christmas episode." Miley then confirms the duo will cover John Lennon and Yoko Ono's 1972 holiday classic "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)."

"I think this cover of 'War Is Over' is gonna be really special, especially with the lyrics and what they mean to us right now, and the political climate that we're in. I think it's going to be really amazing," Miley says confidently.

We can't wait to watch both performances this Saturday!