Miley Cyrus Delivers Some Real Doozies In ‘Harper’s Bazaar’ Interview

By: Kelly Lynch / September 16, 2013

Because it was too late for Harper’s Bazaar to dispose of October cover girl Miley Cyrus, they went ahead and published the most special of interviews.

Cyrus posed for photos shot by Terry Richardson, and gave an interview from her Paramount Studios trailer before taping an MTV promotion (in just an oversized sweatshirt, natch).

Enough chatter.  Let us judge the worthiness of the article by a handful of magical quotes:

I’m not scared of anything.” Not even oversized foam fingers?  Or Justin Timberlake‘s amazing MTV VMAs medley?

On her extreme haircut: “It changed everyone else’s life more than it changed mine.”

Post-Hannah Montana: “I took off and I just wanted to party. I worked so hard, and I wanted to buy a house and just chill.” Which one, Miley? Hard partying or curling up with a copy of Lady Chatterly’s Lover?

On growing up in the spotlight: “I was an adult when I was supposed to be a kid. So now I’m an adult and I’m acting like a kid.”  That explains gyrating with life-size teddy bears.

On not being entirely thrilled with her 2009 Walmart fashion line: “I went in there and saw, like, a puppy on a T-shirt. I was like, ‘This is not what I wanted.’ I wanted skinny jeans, I wanted to bless Walmart with jeggings!

“I want my house to be the party house!” A dandy combination of “I am always the hostess” and “I’m not a regular mom.  I’m a cool mom.”

“We’re in a world of selfies.” Ugh, I know.

Turning booty-popping into “Twerking:” “Not the country girls who are wearing the little frilled skirts and cowboy boots.”  Well, kind of like that, but skankier.

“When I was growing up, I didn’t even notice that I started making all this money. There’s something about new money that makes people change. But I never did not have [money]. So when I got it, I didn’t become obsessed with having it.” One can not have new money and still be white trash, no?

“I feel like every girl is trying to have a beauty shot and prove that they’re ‘fashion.’ But I can be in white leggings and a white sports bra and I’m on a whole other level of shit that those girls don’t even get yet because they don’t know how to do it.” You’re all lame.

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