Miley Cyrus burns out in a “less fabric” outfit and the story behind it

Playing a teenage girl living a double life as a famous pop star on “Hannah Montana” left Miley Cyrus with an idenтιтy crisis in real life, the “Midnight Sky” singer revealed.
She told Spotify’s “Rock This with Allison Hagendorf” podcast that the premise of the Disney Channel show messed with her sense of self.

Miley Cyrus says she doesn't want to be in Taylor Swift's 'squad': 'None of my friends are famous'“The concept of the show is that when you’re this character, when you have this alter ego, you’re valuable. You’ve got millions of fans, you’re the biggest star in the world,” Miley explained. “Then the concept was that when I looked like myself, when I didn’t have the wig on anymore, no one cared about me. I wasn’t a star anymore.”

Miley Cyrus' VMAs 2015 Outfits – The Hollywood Reporter“That was drilled into my head [that], without being Hannah Montana, no one cares about you … I really had to break that,” she continued.Cyrus said she went through an “idenтιтy crisis” in the years after the show and often played into people’s ideas about her.
“I never created a character where it wasn’t me, but I was aware of how people saw me and I kind of played into it a little bit,” she said, referencing her “Bangerz” era. “Like, when I noticed that people gave a s— that I would stick my tongue out, when they told me, ‘Stop sticking your f—— tongue out,’ I would do it more … When people are pissed, that means they care, so that makes you want to do it, too.”Cyrus said 2013’s “Miley Cyrus & Her ᴅᴇᴀᴅ Petz” was the album where she really began to find herself and that she considers it her favorite work to date.
“Hannah Montana” aired on the Disney Channel for four seasons, from 2006 until 2011.
Miley Cyrus's Cheeky Outfit on the Red Carpet (2015) | 73 of the Most Unforgettable Moments From the MTV VMAs | POPSUGAR Celebrity PH๏τo 48It spawned a concert film, 2008’s “Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert,” and a feature film, 2009’s “Hannah Montana: The Movie.”

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