Last week, Miley Cyrus went on The Howard Stern Show to discuss her career — from Hannah Montana to Younger Now — as well as fame, her relationship, and more. Here's what she said:
On the first time she realized she was famous:
The next day I went to go ride roller coasters with my friends and someone asked me for my autograph, and I was so stoked...I got my picture taken with this kid and then it kind of became a shitshow and I had to leave. But that was so cool! And then it kept happening for a couple more weeks, and then I was wishing I really was Hannah Montana and that I really could double-life it.
On her parents:
On that time she got expelled from school:
Yeah, I got kicked out. I got kicked out because I had — it was really stupid — I told a bunch of the kids what French kissing [was] and then I showed them on one of the girls that was in the locker room or whatever. I was like, "Well, I went to Canada and I found out what French kissing was" and I got kicked out of school.
On that VMA performance with Robin Thicke:
The reason why that was the best thing that's ever happened to me in my life is that's when I realized my power. Everyone tried to take my power away from that. Which, by the way, nobody really gave Robin a bunch of shit about it. It was me. I'm the woman, so I asked for it. It's all my fault. I did it. I'm the one that went and got all my clothes off and he had no idea that I was going to do that. You know, so it's all my fault, but that's ok, because it's always the woman's fault.
On her previous breakup with Liam:
I had to. I don't like when relationships are two halves trying to make a whole. It's that "I can't eat, I can't sleep." Well, that's because you're so used to depending on someone else. So I don't think that I have that codependency.
On getting cast as Hannah Montana:
And finally, on if she'd ever perform "The Best of Both Worlds" again:
I don't drink, really, anymore, but maybe if I started drinking again, probably.