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Miley: I’m no robot

Published 20/08/2013

Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus finds it difficult to understand the focus on her child to adult transformation.

The singer-and-actress is still shocked by people’s reaction to how she has changed since finding fame on children’s show Hannah Montana.

However she maintains that she has the right to grow up just like everyone else.

"I think people think I really am a robot, that was made in Burbank in the Disney building,” she joked to E!’s Fashion Police.

"People are like, 'How do you make a transformation from a kid to an adult?' I'm like, it's called puberty, everyone's done it from the beginning of time. I'm just doing it and so you're zooming in on it and you're fascinated by it."

The 20-year-old star is so used to pretending to be someone else on screen that she finds it refreshing just to be herself in her music career.

The We Can’t Stop crooner is determined to make her performances realistic.

Miley said: "I think people really don't understand how I'm like a real human being.

"Everything I'm doing with my videos, everything I'm doing with my music, I just want it to be really honest. I just feel like I've been a character for so long that now I just want all my performances all my videos to be really real."

Miley releases new album BANGERZ on October 8.

She revealed the date her fresh LP will be out via Twitter and added she thinks fans will be blown away.

The former child star has kept details about her collaborations largely under wraps for months.

However she recently revealed she had the opportunity to work with a string of her favourite musicians, including Pharrell and rapper Future.

Her latest tune’s music promo has become the quickest video to reach 100 million views on VEVO.

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