Miley Cyrus On EMA Ciggie: 'I Knew Fans Would Love It'
Mi-Cy explains she 'didn't think' about the consequences when sparking up...
Miley Cyrus has addressed the recent controversy where she lit up a cigarette during her acceptance speech at the Capital FM, Mi-Cy spoke openly about her decision to light up the ciggie, telling the radio station it wasn't planned.
The 20-year old explained: "I just did it mostly because I knew the fans in Amsterdam would love it. And I knew that the whole place would go super wild.
"It's just not something I think about. I was just was walking out of my room and then I was like, 'Oh I have this in my bag. That will be really funny'."
She continued: "I didn't say anything to anybody. And I don't tell anyone I'm going to do it. Some people just over think so much."
Cyrus went on to add: "I think after you do something like that [lighting up a cigarette] and then everyone kind of doesn't want to talk as much about your performances, but this is one of my favourite parts about coming to Europe.
''Even though that happened, it's not the main focus of the night. Everyone was liking my performance and how I sounded ... which is so different than when you do something in the States."
The We Can't Stop star concluded: ''When I did the VMAs, everything just became about teddy bears, or about what I was wearing ... people over here really listen and take in all of it, it's not just about that.''