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Miley Cyrus has no desire to sing for thousands of people; He says there is no safety. He’s very reclusive…”


Miley Cyrus is currently making headlines after she claimed that people shouldn’t expect her to sing her single “Flowers” on tour anytime soon. The former Disney star has no desire to go on tour and sing in front of her fans. In a conversation with the tabloid, she is quoted as saying, “It’s been a minute. After my last show, I kind of looked at it as a question. And I can’t. Not only no because it can’t be your ability, it’s my desire. Do I want To live my life for the happiness or fulfillment of anyone other than myself?”

Miley Cyrus says singing in front of thousands of people is lonely

In a previous interview, Miley said that she loves to sing in front of her friends but singing in front of thousands of people is something she doesn’t like. She said, “Like singing to hundreds of thousands of people isn’t the thing I really like. There’s no connection. There’s no safety. It’s also not natural. It’s very lonely because if you’re in front of 100,000 people, you’re on your own.”

For the unexperienced, Miley last went on a world tour nearly ten years ago. In 2014, the singer went on the Bangerz Tour which consisted of 78 shows between February and October across Canada, the United States, Europe, Latin America, Australia and New Zealand.

Miley Cyrus talks about her hit song, Flowers

Since the release of Miley Cyrus’ new album Endless Summer Vacation, there has been speculation that many of her songs Flowers and Jaded are about ex-husband Liam Hemsworth. So far, the Flowers singer has neither confirmed nor denied the rumors that her ex-lover inspired the lyrics on the albums. The singer said, “I never need to be a master at the craft of deceiving an audience. It will set itself on fire on its own.”

Also read: Is Miley Cyrus’ hit song Flowers about ex-husband Liam Hemsworth? The singer reveals

Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.