Miley Cyrus' mom is pretty hip and laidback about the singer's outfit choices, but when both boobs were out and covered only by black pasties and a tiny mesh top? That was where Tish Cyrus drew the line!
"That's the only one I really didn't like," she told E! News of the racy ensemble Miley, 21, wore to perform at the iHeartMusic Festival this past September in Las Vegas.
"I was there for that," the "Adore You" singer's 26-year-old sister Brandi Cyrus said, "and there was some tension."
Mama Tish might've tried (and failed) to get Miley to cover up a bit, but that doesn't mean she's any less fun than her famous daughter!
For example, remember when the Queen of Twerk kissed Ryan Seacrest at midnight to ring in 2014? Well, according to Tish, that makeout was meant for mom! "I wasn't there, or I would've been the Ryan kiss," she joked. "I guarantee it. He just settled for Miley 'cause I wasn't there."
Clearly, Tish and Miley are cut from the same cloth! As for the other Cyrus sisters? Brandi admitted she was "pretty darn different" from Miley. "She's definitely louder and she has a very big personality," she said. "She likes to be the center of attention and entertain everyone and I'm much more low-key. Attention makes me nervous. "
Fair enough. As for Noah Cyrus, Miley's 14-year-old baby sis? According to Tish and Brandi, she's basically Miley 2.0! "She has lots of energy—bouncing off the walls," said Brandi. And just like Miley, Noah can sing!
When the youngest Cyrus suggested she might be "a little more quiet than Miley," Tish asked laughingly, "Are you joking?"
Brandi then explained that Noah "enjoy(s) normal things a little more than Miley…like riding horses." Miley, on the other hand, doesn't have the "attention span," said her sis. "She's like, 'Nope. Boring. No.'"
Well, luckily for Miley, the Cyrus fam doesn't seem to have too many boring moments! You can follow their adventures weekly in their Seriously Cyrus YouTube Channel.
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—Reporting by Ken Baker