Miley Cyrus might replace Carson Daly for NBC’s New Year’s special

New Year’s Eve celebrations can’t stop.

Miley Cyrus has signed on to host a live multi-hour, multicity NBC’s New Year’s Eve special, set to be executive produced by Lorne Michaels, sources told New York magazine’s Vulture Thursday.

It’s unknown whether the 28-year-old “We Can’t Stop” singer would host from Times Square as her predecessors have or the rumored sunny locale of Miami, according to the outlet.

The move, insiders told Vulture, would effectively see the Disney Channel alum take the place of Carson Daly. The titular “New Year’s Eve With Carson Daly” host first led the network’s televised New Year’s shindig beginning in 2004 and, after skipping 2016, began co-hosting “NBC’s New Year’s Eve” with a new partner every year, according to the outlet.

This year’s celebration was hosted by the Daly and Amber Ruffin.

Though 76-year-old Michaels will have a hand in the production, sources don’t anticipate the “Saturday Night Live” creator and producer will run the show on Dec. 31 itself, according to Vulture.

It’s not yet clear whether the Cyrus-hosted event would be available simultaneously on TV via NBC and the network-owned Peacock streamer, as is happening with upcoming episodes of “SNL,” starting this weekend.