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Miley Cyrus' Brother Not in a Hurry to Marry Brenda Song

February 1, 2012 (8:21 am) GMT
Three months after announcing his engagement to the 'Social Network' actress, Trace Cyrus admits that both of them plan to focus on their careers instead of their wedding in 2012.

is in no rush to say his "I do" to . The older brother of has gotten engaged to the Disney Channel star since October 2011, but he revealed in a recent interview that a wedding is unlikely to happen in 2012 since both of them plan to focus on their careers.

Discussing the matter with PEOPLE, the former rocker said, "When I asked her [to marry me], I told her, 'I don't care if we get married tomorrow, two weeks from now, a year from now or 10 years from now; it doesn't matter.' " He went on to admit, "We feel like we're almost married right now."

Trace is currently prepping himself for his first tour with new band Ashland High. Speaking about how hard it would be for him and Song to spend time apart while he's on the road, he said, "We're going to miss each other terribly, but it's time for me to really focus on work."

During the chat, the adopted son of also confessed that he has thought about his own perfect wedding day, but wouldn't mind to give it up for Song. "I want to have a Vegas wedding," he spilled. "But [Brenda] doesn't want to do that, of course. Every girl wants a big, beautiful wedding. And at the end of the day, I'll do whatever she wants."

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