Sure, everyone loves a comeback. But everyone loves a good ol’ emancipation just as much—especially when there’s a former Disney pop princess involved.
Miley Cyrus already began stretching her wings and flying far, far away from the castle when Can’t Be Tamed dropped 3 years ago. Since then, Mileybird’s truly discovered her freedom. And now, she’s so in her element in the studio—happily crafting cuts with Pharrell and Snoop Dogg (the murky, reggae-infused “Ashtrays & Heartbreaks” is one of 2013′s better offerings already)—that she barely even remembers what the Magic Kingdom looks like.
The singer’s been pretty tight-lipped about her new project for over a year, which a nearly impressive feat in a world where every tweet and every Instagram is a news story. But the time has come, and Miley is finally starting to speak out.
V‘s fantastic interview captures the pop princess-turned-self-realized songstress at her most assured and outspoken yet: She sounds like a fearless young woman who’s found her voice, much like Britney during In The Zone or Madonna during…well, her entire career. She’s incredibly insightful too, in the way that only a former pop star burned one too many times could be. And, most importantly, she’s in control—Janet style.
Here are some especially amazing moments.
The fruits of Mrs. Miley Cyrus Hemsworth‘s labors over the past two years are finally making their way to our ears —and going up in flames.
For his upcoming album Reincarnated, Snoop Dogg—now reborn as Snoop Lion—recruited the smiley pop princess for a song called “Ashtrays and Heartbreaks,” co-produced by Major Lazer (that’s Diplo‘s side project) and Ariel Rechtshaid (Sky Ferreira, Solange, Charli XCX, et al.)
An unusual pairing? Certainly. But together, the two make sweet, sweet sounds.
Welcome to The Emancipation of Miley.
While the former Disney pop princess puts the finishing touches on her “very adult and sexy and believable” new record, she’s already begun spreading her Mileybird wings and starting in on her liberty walk.
Last night, years of hard work and dedication culminated with the most dazzling display of courage and showmanship…
Miley Cyrus debuted her new haircut, y’all!
When I saw Mizz Miley Cyrus lookin’ all purdy on the cover of the September issue of Marie Claire this morning, my first instinct–as anyone’s would be–was to stop breathing, throw my scalding hot tea in a lesser’s face and scramble to check out all pretty pictures from the shoot.
But in the process of doing so, I found something so much better: A tragically translated story, courtesy of Dust Fashion.
Much like the French & Saunders faux Madonna interview, this is just pure gold. Read on!
Helping the publication enhance income, Miley Cyrus was chosen to protect the September 2012 situation of Marie Claire.
The nineteen – yr – ancient superstar appears hanging in a Christian Dior gown on the magazine’s entrance site although rocking looks from top rated designers which include Paco Rabanne, Aquilano.Rimondi, Tom Ford, Versace, Roberto Cavalli and Kanye West in the course of Tesh’s Malibu Hills held photograph shoot.
Established to hit newsstands on August 17th, a handful of highlights of the from Miss Cyrus’ interview are as follows. For far more, be sure to spend a check out to Marie Claire!
On staying with fiance Liam Hemsworth:
” Existence is far too small not to be with the particular person you want to be with. I never seriously care about the wedding ceremony or the piece of paper as much as I do the assure we’ve produced to every other. And we want to have a long engagement.”
On her canine, Ziggy:
“She’s a stubborn very little b**ch, that one particular. She will not hear to me. She’s in love with Liam. She loves me when he is gone, but she fully ate my diamonds on function. She was pooping them out all morning !”
On her vintage engagement ring:
“I experienced no input. We might been variety of conversing about [ acquiring engaged], and I saw anything like it on the net at just one level and believed it was actually very, but I generally don rose gold. I just love that it is really outdated and has a story. And I’m pleased simply because it doesn’t look like something else I wear.”
Hanging in Christian Dior, eh? Well, I suppose that’s a good way to go.
Be sure to eat my diamonds on function and spend a check out to Dust Fashion for this insightful article, y’all!
And for full photos from the shoot, check ‘em out here.