Miley Cyrus isn't one to hold back when sharing stories, so it's no surprise that the singer's new interview on The Howard Stern Show covered a wide range of topics, including her fiancé, Liam Hemsworth, the MTV VMAs, her new music and marijuana use.
The 24-year-old candidly discussed her new album, Younger Now and how she didn't want Hemsworth to listen to it before it premiered, including the fact she won't tour to support the record because of her two pigs.
"Literally the only reason I'm not touring is because of those f--ing pigs," she said. "That's how much I love those pigs."
Read on to see what else Cyrus had to say.
While the two are happily together now, they previously broke up in 2013 after calling off their engagement. Hemsworth needed a place to live, so he unknowingly purchased the Malibu home Cyrus had used to record her first album.
"The person [selling the house] hid all the plaques in the garage so he would still buy the house," Cyrus explained, according to E! News. "So then he went to move in and he was like 'F---, I cannot get away, this b---- is all over my f---ing house!"
Now, the two live in the house together, and Cyrus even wrote her song "Malibu" about the space. The singer said Hemsworth is "the most normal NORMAL part of my life."
Cyrus famously caused controversy at the 2013 show when she performed with Robin Thicke, gyrating on the singer while wearing a nude latex ensemble and a foam finger. Cyrus explained that the performance showed her own power, which she utilized the next year when she brought a homeless teen to the show.
"I didn't like it because I thought I had done something that was gonna make everyone talk about me. That's not why I liked it," she explained. "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. I brought a young homeless teen because I realized my f---ing power there."
Cyrus famously flaunted her marijuana use over recent years, but she recently revealed that she quit smoking weed. When asked by Stern why she made the decision, Cyrus replied, "This record means so much to me and I want to be able to tell people what I feel about the record in a non-stoned way."
During a June appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Cyrus further elaborated on her point.
“I’m actually the most passionate about what I’m doing with this record than I’ve been — I say this every time, but I loved making this record so, so much,” she said. “And this record at this moment is the most important album that I’ve ever made. So I wanted to make sure that I was super clear in the way I’m talking.”
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