Miley Cyrus sang these very words while playing Hannah Montana on the Disney Channel in the mid '00s. Now, in 2020, the hit maker has E! News realizing this very mantra thanks to a tongue-in-cheek interaction between Miley and the site's Instagram page.
On Friday, Dec. 4, E! News vowed to change their Instagram bio to "whatever" the "Wrecking Ball" singer wanted. The only condition? Miley had to comment on the post, which featured a photo of the artist dressed in a purple ensemble.
Not only did the 28-year-old chart topper respond, but she also had one hilarious comment. She wrote, "'We're sorry for all the s**t we said about Miley Cyrus.'"
In typical E! fashion, the always witty social media editors responded, "You came in like a wrecking ball and we respect it."
And, true to their word, E! News' Instagram bio now features Miley's comment. They even added to the original post, "Psst. New ink in bio."
The "Midnight Sky" singer went on to share the changed bio in her own Instagram story.
We can't say we're surprised by Miley's reaction to the post as she is a famously candid celebrity. Whether she's discussing her sobriety, sexuality or split from Liam Hemsworth, Miley has made it clear that she's "always truthful."
In fact, she made this very comment during her Wednesday, Dec. 2 appearance on The Howard Stern Show. The remark came as she was addressing the fact that she had broken her sobriety during the coronavirus pandemic.
"A lot of people, their sobriety broke during this time. I was one of them," she shared with Howard Stern. "Luckily, I haven't gone back to using any drugs, but I was drinking during the pandemic."
You can find details of Miley's full Howard Stern interview here. And, for more candid moments from Miley, scroll through the images below!
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