Worried Miley tells: I'll never do that s*** again

Miley Cyrus on the new cover of Rolling Stone.
Miley Cyrus on the new cover of Rolling Stone. Bang Showbiz

MILEY Cyrus is avoiding the internet after her provocative MTV Video Music Awards performance, which saw her twerk and grind against Robin Thicke, claiming she'll "never do that s**t again".

The singer is starting to worry she's taken her wild child image too far after her raunchy MTV Video Music Awards performance - which saw her grinding up against Robin Thicke in a nude coloured latex bikini while provocatively waggling a foam finger - sparked a global backlash.

She confessed to Rolling Stone magazine: "I think it's an important time not to Google myself. It's like, 'Miley thinks she's a black girl, but she's got the flattest ass ever. I'm like, 'I'm 108 pounds! I know!' Now people expect me to come out and twerk with my tongue out all the time. I'll probably never do that s**t again."

She also explained that her performance to Robin Thicke's hit Blurred Lines wasn't supposed to be sexy.

Cyrus explained: "I wasn't trying to be sexy. If I was trying to be sexy, I could have been sexy. I can dance a lot better than I was dancing."

Since re-inventing herself as a scantily-clad party girl, the 20-year-old star has bonded with some of the world's coolest musicians, including Pharrell Williams, Lil Kim and Justin Bieber.

But Miley has now revealed one of her biggest fans is none other than Kanye West, who she worked with on a remix of his hit 'Blkkk Skkkn Head'.

She reminisced: "He (Kanye) comes in and goes, 'There are not a lot of artists I believe in more than you right now.' The whole room went quiet. I was like, 'Yo - can you say that again?!' I just kept repeating that over and over in my mind, and it made me not nervous.

"Kanye is the s**t. I kind of have a good relationship with him now. It's good to have someone you can call and be like, 'Yo, do you think I should wear this?' 'Do you think I should go in the studio with this guy?' 'Do you think this is cool?' That's what homies are supposed to do."

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The 'Wrecking Ball' hitmaker, who confirmed last week that she and Liam Hemsworth have called off their engagement, says Demi Moore helped her to grow up.

Miley is happy she was able to support the 50-year-old actress on the set of their movie 'LOL' in Detroit last year, shortly after Demi's sudden split from Ashton Kutcher after six years of marriage in November 2011.

She explained in Rolling Stone magazine: "That was dope, because I think we needed each other at that point. We both needed to get out of L.A."

Miley claims that Demi in turn helped her to grow up and move on from her 'Hannah Montana' past.

She added: "Detroit's where I felt like I really grew up. It was only for a summer, but that's where I started going to clubs, where I got my first tattoo.

"Well, not my first tattoo, but my first without my mom's consent. I got it on 8 Mile!

"I lied to the guy and told him I was 18. I got a heart on my finger and wore a Band-Aid for two months so my mom wouldn't find out."

But Miley admits her ex-fiance Liam, 23, was the person who supported her when she was going through her biggest transformation last summer after she moved to Philadelphia with him to film his movie 'Paranoia'.

She said: "Best summer ever.

"I basically cut off all ties. I got rid of my manager, I got rid of my label. I just started over. I really wanted to stay with my manager, but I feel like this [reinvention] would have scared them. I just don't think they would've had as much faith in what I'm doing."

"I hung out with way too many adults when I was a kid. So now I don't want to hang out with any adults. I've already done all the hard work. Now I can kind of f**k off."

 

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