Miley Cyrus, Billboard Magazine

Miley Cyrus graces the latest cover of Billboard, dishing about coming of age, being taken seriously as an artist and the controversy surrounding her naughty, naughty shoulder blade.

We've always loved us some Miley, but we find it hard to take a woman too seriously when all 90 pounds of her is saying stuff like, "I’m a good ol’ Southern girl that likes her Cracker Barrel at 9 o’clock at night and if I want it, gosh darn, I’m going to eat it. I’m not going to make myself miserable."

Uh-huh. Here are more of her "imperfections" in some Hannah highlights:

On Her Album: "It's grown-up. I wrote all the songs except two. My last one, Meet Miley Cyrus, was more just meeting me, finding out who I am, and here it's more getting in depth of what's been going on in my life in the past year."

On Her Art: "No matter how long what I'm doing here lasts, I want to be a songwriter for the rest of my life...I just hope this record showcases that—more than anything—I'm a writer.

“I wrote my first song when I was probably 7—it was called 'Pink.' That shows what kind of song it was about—it’s about the color pink. But you know what, darn it, I wrote it and I’ve been writing since I was my little sister’s age.”

On Her Shoulder: “I was embarrassed,” she says of her famous Vanity Fair photo shoot. “But also it’s like, every career thing that I do can’t be perfect, and sometimes my decisions are wrong. I think that just makes me even more relatable. I don’t think people will look at me any differently because they’re like, ‘You know what, I’m going to do stupid stuff too, and I’m going to make mistakes, and that’s fine.’ It still hurts when I think about it.”

—Via PerezHilton

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