MILEY CYRUS THINKS HER VMA PERFORMANCE WITH ROBIN THICKE WAS ‘THE BEST THING’
Miley Cyrus’s performance with Robin Thicke might be a remarkable hit, ever since her sixth album, Younger Now, made her feel so special for a long decade.
Smiley made remarkable resemblance on Young Now, as a featured song, she quoted little similarities between the “Clip Choreography” and the “Heodown Throwdown” dance from Hannah Montana, both album made tittle for them self, in comparison to add-up on it drag her to 2017 MTV Video Music Awards.
Miley also uncovered her true Secreto during a new radio interview with Howard Stern “I love that I was fucking Hannah Montana,” Miley said on Wednesday (October 4). “That’s what the song ‘Younger Now’ on my album is about. It says, ‘Even though it’s not who I am, I’m not afraid of who I used to be.”
VMAs has been one of the major reason Miiley seeks a unite with Robin Thicke for a staging, after a flash back in 2013 with him, it help her know some major aspect she had been lacking behind.
“The reason why that’s the best thing that’s ever happened to me in my life is that’s when I realized my power,” she told Stern about the 2013 VMAs. “What if that could be a thing that isn’t self-serving to me?”
To drive home just how much she’s grown over the years, Cyrus also performed some of her old hits on “The Stern Show,” including this updated version of “Party In The U.S.A.”