Miley Cyrus is a woman now! The former Hannah Montana star-turned-”Wrecking Ball” singer isn’t a little girl anymore. However, it’s taken time, life lessons and circumstances for her to become the woman she is today.
“It’s about finding yourself, and sometimes you have to separate yourself from everyone. I just had to become this person who is sitting in this chair right now. If I didn’t, I just felt like there was something that was going to explode and I had to set myself free.”
Needless to say, she definitely isn’t a follower! Cyrus went on to dish about fashion and her jaw-dropping stage costumes. “That’s just what I like to wear. I never think about what someone is going to think. I’ve always been into fashion. I grew up around Dolly Parton, who is all tits. And both my parents are covered in tattoos and are really cool.”
“I put pictures of me smoking weed on my Instagram. I was brought up in the way that we never thought marijuana was bad. I don’t promote it in my songs or say it and whatever, but it’s not like I’m sitting around telling a bunch of kids to do a bunch of drugs.”
When asked whether it “bothers her” that drugs can hurt her brain. (Cyrus recently got the phrase “love your brain” inked on her body.) And, just like that Miley Cyrus went from pop provocateur to soapbox preacher. “Do you know what hurts your brain? Googling yourself.” You know what hurts your brain? Instagram. You know what hurts your brain? Reading comments on Facebook.”
“I tell people, you know, going to the club doesn’t make me a bad person, going to church doesn’t make you a good one,” Cyrus told Sunday Night. “Everything that I do is kind of for me and for my own happiness and I think that’s why I’m like so happy.”