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Thursday 30 July 2015

Miley Cyrus loves shopping

Published 19/07/2013 | 14:44

Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus hopes to visit the London branches of Chanel and Topshop during her time in the capital.

The 20-year-old singer is currently on a promotional visit to the UK.

During an interview with BBC Radio 1, the star shared what she hopes to get up to while in the country.

"I don't feel like I packed that much!" Miley exclaimed when shown a picture of herself with a pile of luggage.

"It's not all mine! That's like enough for a village. That's the whole team's luggage. About six are mine. I'm here for four days, then have two days off. I'm going to lay in bed, catch up and do some shopping. I'm going to take my friends to the London Eye. I'm going to take them inside some stores, like the Chanel in London and Topshop. It is different, the Topshop in London to the one in the US."

Miley recently opened up about her now-famous hair. The pop star made headlines when she stepped out with a super-short dyed blonde quiff.

“No one would have planned a haircut to change my life,” Miley told the Toronto Sun.

“I didn’t plan a haircut to change my life. I just cut my hair and then it really changed my life. There’s something about having no hair that it screams being confident.

"And I think especially because people like to put people in a box. I mean, the names I’ve been called since I cut my hair. Everyone said I was a lesbian but I’m like, ‘Being a lesbian isn’t a bad thing. So if you think I look like I’m a lesbian, I’m not offended. You can call me much worse.’ I’ve been called much worse. Being a lesbian is a compliment more than what else they call me.”

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