Well let’s just end our week with some ridiculous Miley Cyrus news, shall we? We’ve already seen the cover, and read the interview where she talked about her VMA performance and more. Then we saw she loved her Rolling Stone interview/cover SO much, she had “Rolling $tone” tattooed on her feet. (After the jump)
Now Rolling Stone has decided to release a bunch more additional quotes that didn’t make it into the magazine. I’m surprised they didn’t include these tidbits, because they’re rather scandalous. Miley confesses that she REALLY loves drugs. We know she loves weed, she’s taken a bazillion pictures of herself getting high, and hasn’t been secretive about it. But now she admits to loving Molly and trying cocaine. I take it back – Rolling Stone did the right thing not including these new quotes. They are disgusting.
She also talks about how she likes to take childish things (like a teddy bear) and sexualizing it.
She likes to sexualize childish things: “I know what I’m doing. I know I’m shocking you. When I’m dressed in that teddy bear thing, I think that’s funny. I was saying yesterday, I had this obsession about this character that’s like an adult baby. Like if you see a baby do something like that it’s so warped and weird, but there’s something creepily hot about it. So when I’m in that teddy bear suit, I’m like a creepy, sexy baby. But I forget that it’s, like, people in Kansas watching the show. That people that sit their kid in front of the TV and are like, ‘Oh, an awards show! Let’s watch.’”
On drugs: “I think weed is the best drug on earth. One time I smoked a joint with peyote in it, and I saw a wolf howling at the moon. Hollywood is a coke town, but weed is so much better. And molly, too. Those are happy drugs – social drugs. They make you want to be with friends. You’re out in the open. You’re not in a bathroom. I really don’t like coke. It’s so gross and so dark. It’s like what are you, from the ’90s? Ew.”
On her “Wrecking Ball” video: “It’s the opposite of the VMAs. It’s like the Sinead O’Connor video [for "Nothing Compares 2 U"], but, like, the most modern version. I wanted it to be tough but really pretty – that’s what Sinead did with her hair and everything. The trick is getting the camera up above you, so it almost looks like you’re looking up at someone and crying. I think people are going to hate it, they’re going to see my ass and be like, ‘Oh my God, I can’t believe she did that” — and then when we get to the bridge, they’re gonna have a little tear and be like, “F— you!’ I think it will be one of those iconic videos too. I think it’s something that people are not gonna forget. Hopefully an artist 30 years from now will be like ‘Yo you remember that Miley Cyrus video? We gotta do something like that.’ That sledgehammer was heavy as sh-t, though. My arms were so sore the next day. And they didn’t tell me it was painted, so I was licking it, and they were like, ‘Don’t lick that!’”
THERE’S MUCH, MUCH MORE AFTER THE JUMP!
Loves LA: “The thing about L.A. is it’s pretty much always nice out here. Even when it was 100 the other day, I loved it. It felt good. I worked on my album in Philly, and I would take the train to New York on the weekends, and I’d get off the train and immediately want to die. I would just hate my life. And I’m from Nashville, which is kind of similar — when it’s hot, it’s f—ing miserable. But Nashville at least it kind of rains in the summer. I don’t even remember the last time it rained out here. I always wondered how those big-ass fires start in L.A., and then I’ll throw my cigarette out the window or something, and I’m like ‘There it is.’”
She’s an attention whore: “I said I was going to take a year off before I made this record. But it’s hard to take a break. It’s almost depressing when you’re not working. You’re so used to people calling your name, and that energy, and when you don’t have it anymore … That’s why I never complain about people wanting autographs or pictures. Because if there were a few days where no one asked, I’d probably be like ‘What the f–’s going on? Do people not like me?’ I hate the paparazzi – but when they’re not sitting there waiting for you, you’re like ‘Who’s bigger news? Who are you trying to get a picture of?’”
“I’m the homey”: “I want to be the cool chick that everyone wants to be friends with. I want the people who watch my shows or watch my videos to be like, “She looks like the most fun person to hang out with ever. I want to be that girl’s best friend. I want to party with her.” It’s like, if you’re hanging out with Beyonce, it’s almost like you’re hanging out with a goddess. She’s like a real queen. It’s a different realm. Where my thing is kind of the opposite. My shtick is I’m the homey.”
On the press: “My parents have never allowed tabloids in the house. When my mom used to have assistants or whatever and they would bring tabloids over, she would be like, “Can’t work with us. I don’t want my kids reading that.” So my dad doesn’t really know what they’re saying about me or our family – which is better. It’s good that he doesn’t know how to Google and all that sh-t. My dad barely knows how to use the computer. It literally takes him 45 minutes to send a tweet.”
Her work ethic: “I’m just around music all the time. Even today, I woke up this morning, went in to my jam room, and I just jammed. I’ll sit in there and jam all day. My chef loves it, ’cause every morning I’m down there playing the piano. I’m writing pretty much all the time. Sometimes I think other people don’t get it — to them, it seems like all I do is work. But you can’t shut off from this.”
This whole interview was BEYOND disgusting, and makes me hate her more. The way she talks about drugs and sexualizing kid things…. disturbs me.
No wonder Liam left.