Miley Cyrus Interview With The Associated Press
Miley was asked about her obsession with Twitter, to which she answered:
“On my Twitter, (I get) so many replies like ‘This song inspires me’ and ‘This inspires me.’ … One of the reasons why I love that site is being able to see what people are saying about the record.”
But does Miley write songs that fans never get to hear? She says:
“Yes, sometimes I write songs just to write them. I have written thousands of songs that are just for me. I will even play them for my friends, and they will say, ‘Will that be on your next record?’ and I’ll say, “No, that was just for me. That was just for my peace of mind.” And I think that is important to do that. Not always writing a song and be like, ‘Oh, that is going to be on a record.’ If it sounds great and it is something that you think goes along with the album that you are putting together, that is awesome. If not then it’s cool. It doesn’t matter.”
Does Miley think she’s a Diva?
“This tour (her Wonder World Concert Tour) is the most diva thing. Because when I got here, it was like, ‘OK, we are not messing around, this thing is going to be like full out. We are going to get everything, it’s going to continue to blow peoples minds.’ And everyone was like, ‘Alright Miley is stepping it up.’ And I was like, ‘Yeah, it is my tour.’ The first time I was actually going out, no ‘Hannah Montana,’ none of that. Just my own style.”
On the plethora of work Miley is involved in:
“I really do get to do a little bit of everything. It is not like getting away from it at all, it is just showing more of a side that I want to show. I love doing “Hannah Montana,” but I want to continue doing things that are a little bit more darker roles. That is kind of who I am and where I find most of my inspiration in movies like that.”
Does Miley think she makes mistakes? She says:
“I think everything I do is exaggerated a lot. I think that no matter what, I think it is all about respect. People forget that when you are in the public eye, people forget you still have to respect people and you still have to (respect) their privacy. And also respect my family and trust the fact that my parents are raising me just like everyone else is raising their kids. They are doing it the way they want to. It is not for the media or for any one else to judge how they should or should not raise me.”
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Source: AP, Image Via Flickr