Miley Cyrus: 'I'd Rather Be Naked Than Cry In Public'
Star explains how she doesn't like showing "weakness"...
Miley Cyrushas admitted she would rather go naked than show her emotions on camera.
During her video commentary for Vevo, the 20-year old star opened up about her Wrecking Ball music video - which was directed by Terry Richardson - explaining how she felt more comfortable going nude compared to crying down the lens.
Mi-Cy stated: "So, this is one of my favourite videos just because of the way that it came together. It was so natural and organic.
"I love when life kind of shows you where to go and what's meant to be.
"It was definitely the stunt coordinator's favourite job of his lifetime. I could definitely tell that. He's in there swinging the wrecking ball, like this [demonstrates]!
"And it was scary because it would really knock down walls sometimes. Like, I would, like, actually get too much momentum and hit the wall."
The We Can't Stop star went on to add: "Really laying on all that rubble was not comfortable either. I don't know if anyone thinks that's some fake rubble, but you can tell it's definitely real. I'm in pain.
"For me, nudity has never been something that I've ever tripped about. I don't really see it the way everyone else sees it.
"I'd rather be naked in front of people than cry in front of people, because I don't like showing weakness and that shows a lot of, like, vulnerabilities."
Miley also hit the headlines this week after confirming plans to tour in 2014 in support her chart-topping album, Bangerz.