Miley Cyrus Doesn't Care What People Think, and It's a Darn Good Thing

6/6/2013 12:00 PM PDT, by
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Oh no, you guys, did that headline come out too catty? That wasn't the intention. No, it was supposed to be like "Miley Cyrus doesn't care what people think, and it's a darn good thing because that's an admirable trait and it's something that everyone should strive for," not like "Miley Cyrus doesn't care what people think, and it's a darn good thing because she sucks." Because Miley doesn't suck, y'all. It's just her new music that sucks.

Here's Miley's reason for not caring:

"The biggest thing people say to me is that ‘I love that you don't care what people think' because I don't, but in the best way possible. Of course I want people to love my music, but at the end of the day I make music for me. I make music because I love it and I know that I put good energy into it, so it'll be all good." 

And see, that's a really great sentiment, it really is. Everyone should do what they love and put "good energy" into it, for sure. But they should also maybe put some of their skill and talent into it instead of just slurring about doing lines in the bathroom, you know? Is that a reasonable thing to say?

Speaking of saying reasonable things, here's Miley doing the opposite of that:

"Moms remember watching their daughters watching the show [Hannah Montana] and kids remember watching the show, but that's not who they think I am. People have a misunderstanding I think, actually people don't know though because I do so much on my own like putting out my twerk video even."

What does that even mean? People don't know who she is because of her twerk video? Does that make sense to anyone else? Probably not, because Miley is such a party animal:

"People more think of me as a party animal. Which I am a self-proclaimed party animal, but I'm also the hardest working person you'll ever know."

Good for you, girl. Good for you. Oh, and this: 

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You're welcome.
Filed Under:  Miley Cyrus , Interview
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