Miley Cyrus is baring all...again.
Cyrus, 21, is gracing the cover of the March issue of 'W' magazine in nothing but some carefully placed bedsheets.
Inside the pop star, who shocked the world with her 2013 VMA performance, is interviewed by Ronan Farrow.
Yes, that Ronan Farrow; son of Mia Farrow and Woody Allen (or possibly Frank Sinatra, according to Mia, who revealed to Vanity Fair she and her former husand "never really split up" and there was a chance he'd fathered Ronan).
Cyrus reveals much during the lenghty interview, including thoughts on her childhood, her haters, and the media.
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Some takeaways below. You can read the full article and see the accompanying pictures here.
On the media:
“I think with, like, Instagram, Twitter, whatever, everyone is a paparazzi now. How scary is that? Like, you’re never safe.” Even ordinary people, Cyrus says, “just think they can, like, talk about you like they know you. Especially because I grew up in it, and like you grew up in it, too, there’s a sense of entitlement.”
On her family:
“We never were inside, and we never wore shoes,” she recalls. “I think it’s why I like wearing no clothes so much and I’m always naked.” Cyrus is close to her mother, Tish, who manages her career. “I never had, like, a nanny that took care of me,” Cyrus recounts. “My mom always fed me breakfast, lunch, and dinner.” But her parents also served as an example of what not to do, starting with trusting too easily. “My dad, like, he’s the most trusting human in the world,” she says. “He trusts everybody, basically, until they fuck him over. And my mom, too, holds no grudges. She’s really like it’s the—you know, shame on—” Cyrus pauses, a rare occurrence. She furrows her brow. “What is it? ‘Shame on me’?…or whatever.” “Fool me once—?” I offer, but Cyrus is talking again. “She’ll let someone, like, **** her over twice, and then she’ll let it go, and then she kind of forgets about it. And I used to be like that. And now I just keep it in the back of my mind.”
On the haters:
“I don’t give a s**t. I’m not Disney, where they have, like, an Asian girl, a black girl, and a white girl, to be politically correct, and, like, everyone has bright-colored T-shirts. You know, it’s like, I’m not making any kind of statement. Anyone that hates on you is always below you, because they’re just jealous of what you have.”
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