she needs to put that peek-a-boo titty back inside.
i swear they try to make this chick “sex” when its clearly not her thing.
she looks like a blond jabba the hut after the weight loss on the cover.
i do like the accessories on the cover tho.
well that’s one positive.
well this is some other random stuff from the interview:
- She’s not exactly keen on the demographic that made her a star: “I don’t love kids,” she tells Farrow. “I don’t love them because, I mean, I think I was around too many kids at one point—because I was around a lot of kids.” She goes on: “They’re so fucking mean. Sometimes I hear kids with their parents, and I want to go over and, like, smack them myself…Like if they meet me, they’ll be like, ‘Mom, don’t you know how to use an iPhone? Like, can you take the picture?’ I’m like, ‘Dude, if I ever talked to my mom like that when I was a kid, I would have had no phone, no computer, no TV, no anything.’ And so, yeah, kids are just mean.”
- She thinks her idyllic childhood growing up on a farm in Franklin, Tennessee, influenced her current performance style: “’We never were inside, and we never wore shoes,’ she recalls. ‘I think it’s why I like wearing no clothes so much and I’m always naked.’”
- She’s still looking for a way to put her fame to good use: Farrow writes, “Cyrus tells me she wants to have an impact on something. She runs through ideas in earnest. Animal welfare (‘Like, all my dogs have been rescued and are amazing’), bullying (‘I really want people not to be scared’), water purification (‘I think water’s, like, a really important thing’), the environment (‘I’m so scared the sky’s not going to be blue anymore. It’s going to be black from all the shit’).”
- She doesn’t relate to other pop princesses: “’I just don’t get what half the girls are wearing. Everyone to me seems like Vanna White. I’m trying to tell girls, like, ‘Fuck that. You don’t have to wear makeup. You don’t have to have long blonde hair and big titties. That’s not what it’s about. It’s, like, personal style.’ I like that I’m associated with sexuality and the kind of punk-rock shit where we just don’t care. Like Madonna or Blondie or Joan Jett.’”
- She doesn’t pay attention to the critics — or the criticism: When asked about the racial controversy that stemmed from her MVA performance, in which she used African-American back-up dancers, Cyrus tells Farrow, “I don’t give a shit. I’m not Disney, where they have, like, an Asian girl, a black girl, and a white girl, to be politically correct, and, like, everyone has bright-colored T-shirts. You know, it’s like, I’m not making any kind of statement. Anyone that hates on you is always below you, because they’re just jealous of what you have.”
- But she does save her best press: “’They did a write-up in Rolling Stone—like, the best albums of 2013,’ Cyrus says, taking a drag of her cigarette. ‘And my album was one of them! I printed it out. I give myself things to look at like that.’”
- For all her fans, she doesn’t have many friends: “’I have a lot of people that I could call and hang out with, but I have very few friends, if that makes any sense.’”
- Despite all the bells and whistles, Cyrus is still 100 percent devoted to the music: Farrow describes sharing a song he’d co-written with the pop star, noting, “Music is the one context in which I witness Cyrus listening exquisitely, deeply, wholly…. In a few minutes of music, she asks me more questions than she has in hours of conversation: about lyrics, melody, inspirations.”
damn well she doesn’t give a fuck what we think.
we trying to tell her she looks like hot garbage.
she needs to listen.
interview quotes taken: time (entertainment)