Miley Cyrus Dances On Chatty Man
The hardest-twerking woman in showbiz talks VMAs, pot smoking and Britney...
Miley Cyrus will be appearing on Alan Carr's Chatty Man this evening - busting out a foam finger and dancing with a little person.
The star also opens up about her controversial recent appearance at the MTV VMAs and drops heavy hints about pot smoking in Amsterdam as she chats with Carr on the Channel 4 show.
Quizzed about what she was doing during a lengthy visit to a coffee shop on a recent stop in Amsterdam, she replied: "Drinking coffee! Don’t you know coffee makes your eyes like this [closes eyes slightly] and gives you mad cotton-mouth?"
And Alan responded: "Oh I hate it! Especially when you have a big, long bit of coffee… because you were in there for hours – was it the complimentary wifi?"
"It wasn’t the wifi, it definitely wasn't the wifi."
Going in for the kill, Alan asked: "You can tell me, was it good shit?"
To which Miley replied: "Duh it was Amsterdam!"
And he then moved onto her recent VMAs twerk-out, saying: "I have to ask – what were you on that night?"
And Miley said: "Pure VMA. It was just about – I felt the spirit of the VMAs was missing, that's the one night you can really go for it, it's all about selling your video, and my video was obviously done by Diane Martell, who also did Blurred Lines, so it was all about celebrating what they did for music videos.
"And even Robin's video, I mean what could you expect? If you look at our videos you know we're not going to come out and do the Hokey Pokey."
Carr later asked: "You were grinding up against Robin Thicke; did you notice him getting thicker? Was Robin throbbing?"
Miley said: "Well… I think that's a no! He's got a kid; that ruins everything for me. I mean no offense to Dads, I get the whole DILF thing, but it's just not for me."
And Mi-Cy also reveals an upcoming collaboration with her idol Britney Spears, and explained that Britters dropped her a line after hearing recent No 1 single We Can't Stop.
"We've been trying to work together and I felt like there had to be that right time, and after Can't Stop came out, she had called and said how much she loved the song.
"At first she heard the song and she didn’t know it was me, and then she watched the video and just sort of fell in love with the video. I think it kind of reminded her of what she did when she was 20 and the feeling of kind of wanting to free yourself and represent so many girls, and so it was cool to be able to get her on the song, because I don't think there's any pop idol that I care about more than I care about Britney, because that was the first CD I ever bought.
"What many girls think of me, that's how I think of Britney, so it was cool.
"I feel like there's so much her and I connect on, and I had to have her, so it was so cool."
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