"Wrecking Ball" hit maker Miley Cyrus has revealed she was able to convince "Dark Horse" singer Katy Perry that Jesse Helt was her date before her 2014 MTV Video Music Awards Video of the Year win was announced.

Sitting next to Perry in the audience, Cyrus pretended like Helt was her date and Perry even tried to pour him a drink.

"I'm like, 'This kid has to give this speech!' I'm like, 'Katy, please don't get Jesse drunk right now.' I didn't want to tell her because I was scared if someone found out, they'd try to stop me. No one knew," Cyrus told Ryan Seacrest on his "On Air With Ryan Seacrest" show.

While she did not tell Perry about Helt, Cyrus said the only person she told was Juicy J who was also sitting next to her because she knew "he would respect it."

"I couldn't hold it in, I was so excited. I knew that he would respect Jesse and it was cool to have someone there who could keep us both calm," Cyrus explained.

After the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards, Cyrus took to social media to ask help to "raise awareness and funds to end youth homelessness."

"This is just the beginning for me, but we're going to get started now by focusing on My Friend's Place, a homeless center for young people in Hollywood," she captioned a video she posted on her Facebook account.

"For every $5 donation, you'll be entered to win a trip for 2 to Brazil to hang out with me at my show in Rio de Janeiro on Sept 28th. You'll get the full VIP experience, including 2 of the best seats in the house," she wrote.

"My Friend's Place is so grateful for Miley's genuine interest and involvement in supporting homeless youth in Los Angeles," My Friend's Place Executive Director Heather Carmichael said in a statement, E! Online reported.

Meanwhile, Helt's 62-year-old mother has commented about her son who picked up Cyrus' VMA trophy.

"Jesse's had ups and downs like anybody else. He didn't wanna give up and run on home to mommy, but only he knows the reasons, that's for him to say," Linda Helt told Daily Mail.

According to the mother, the 22-year-old homeless struggling model wanted to "make it on his own" in Los Angeles after moving from Oregon.