Mi­ley Cyrus has com­pleted her trans­for­ma­tion

Metro USA (Boston) - - GOSSIP - RACHAEL VAUGHAN CLEM­MONS rachael.clem­mons@metro.us

On Sun­day night, Mi­ley Cyrus per­formed her new sin­gle “Malibu” for the first time at the 2017 Bill­board Mu­sic Awards. It was emo­tional, or some­thing! Ac­cord­ing to E! News, she choked up while singing the last verse of the song — which is about her fi­ance Liam Hemsworth.

It’s nice that Mi­ley and Liam are back to­gether af­ter break­ing up in 2013 — around the time Mi­ley made her­self into a mod­ern­day court jester. But why, ex­actly, did the pop star trans­form her­self from tw­erk­ing nin­com­poop to vir­ginal coun­try crooner?

In an in­ter­view with Bill­board, Cyrus said that she broke up with Liam be­cause she just like, needed to trans­form her­self. “I needed to change so much. And chang­ing with some­one else not chang­ing like that is too hard.”

“I f—ing hate it when peo­ple can’t ad­just,” she ad­mit­ted to the mag. “I used to [re­sist chang­ing]. But I haven’t smoked weed in three weeks, which is the long­est I’ve ever [gone with­out it] …That was just some­thing that I wanted to do.”

There you have it. That’s how Mi­ley Cyrus be­came a drug-free, liv­ing hipster Vir­gin Mary fig­urine. Can’t wait for her next phase!

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