Miley Cyrus in Entertainment Weekly: I'm Proud of the Person I've Become
She's one of the most talked about people in Hollywood, but even Miley Cyrus can attest to her weaknesses in the midst of her climb to superstar status.
In Entertainment Weekly's Entertainers of the Year issue, the "Wrecking Ball" hitmaker opened up about her anxiety and talks about being a role model for young girls.
Check out a few highlights from Miss Cyrus' interview below. For more, be sure to visit Entertainment Weekly!
On letting go of her worries:
"I've always had a lot of anxiety. I've dropped that completely and really started living in the moment and not thinking about anything too much - really practicing what I preach when I say not to worry what other people think and be who you are to the fullest."
On continuing to be a role model :
"I'm proud of the person I've become. Not what people think I've turned myself into, but who I've actually become, which is a happier person. It would obviously be hard to not be happy to be me right now. I'm proud of knowing that's what I encourage other girls to do. I said 2013 was going to be the best year of my life, and I think what you put out into the universe you get back. I proved that to myself this year."
On living her wild life:
"I've had so many crazy moments. [What] I was really waiting for was my album release. It had been two years of waiting and working on it and keeping it top secret. I had to make a lot of tough decisions. It wasn't everybody telling me, 'Yes, yes, yes.' I took this time and tried to create my own sound."