Miley Cyrus explained why she’s not sure about having kids

It’s been a landmark year for Miley Cyrus, who finally picked up her first Grammy win in February – Record of the Year for “Flowers.” While the former child star has over a decade of industry experience under her belt, Cyrus opens up about how her life has changed now that she’s in her early 30s as well as what’s next for her personal life. While speaking of the “clarity” she received in this new phase of her life, the. Hannah Montana The actress also revealed that she was hesitant about having children.

“I love being an adult,” Cyrus said in a June 2024 cover story with W Magazine. The Disney alumna opened up about how her mindset has changed as she’s gotten older, saying, “I have a rule that I don’t look down on or look down on anyone. I simply look, which allows me to see the world as it really is and people as they really are. I look at myself in the mirror almost every day and say, “I am a woman.”

Although getting older has brought Cyrus a lot of clarity, the “Jaded” singer also revealed that she’s still unsure about her future plans when it comes to starting a family.

“I’m 31 now and I still don’t know if I want kids or not,” Cyrus said. “I feel like my fans are my children in a way. I heard Dolly say that too, because she didn’t have any children.

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In fact, she already resonates with the title “mother” when it comes to her fans. “The word ‘mother’ is the most universal word,” she said in the interview. “The mother can be RuPaul; the mother can be Beyoncé. Our fans call us ‘mother’.”

Speaking of mothers, Cyrus also opened up about her relationship with Tish Cyrus, saying that having a stage mom was something that bonded her and Beyoncé.

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“One of the things we text about is our relationships with our mothers,” she explained. “Like her mother, Ms. Tina, my mother is also a TM: Mama Tish. Many people call her mom, in the same way that Ms. Tina is not only Beyoncé’s mother, but also her fans’ mother.

She continued: “We both grew up, in our own ways, with moms who were everything. My mother was my makeup artist, my hair, my seamstress, my styling, my tour manager – like the real manager.


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