The teen star casts herself as a hard-to-get girl in her hypothetical television show

By Brian Orloff
Updated July 15, 2008 02:30 PM
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Think she’s a Carrie or a Samantha?

Miley Cyrus, who currently stars in the squeaky clean Hannah Montana, says she images another kind of television show to add to her growing resume.

“I’d love to do a younger, cleaner version of Sex and the City, the star, 15, tells TV Guide. Adds Cyrus: “I like to think of myself as the girl that no one can get, that no one can keep in their hand.”

But don’t expect too racy a concept.

Cyrus wears a purity ring like her friends the Jonas Brothers. “Even at my age, a lot of girls are starting to fall,” Cyrus says. “And I think if [staying a virgin] is a commitment girls make, that’s great.”

Besides, Cyrus has seen her share of controversy this year following her much discussed photo spread for Vanity Fair. Still, the singer says she tries to keep a level head about everything.

“I want to be a positive role model, so we just try to keep [that stuff] as much not talked about as possible,” she says. “I don’t dwell on the negativity.”

Up next for the young star: her film Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert airs on the Disney channel on July 26.