Miley Cyrus Values ‘Quality Over Quantity’ in Celebrity Relationships

by Barbara

Miley Cyrus, renowned for her hit “Flowers,” emphasizes the importance of “quality, not quantity” in her celebrity relationships. In a candid conversation with David Letterman on his show “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction,” the singer discussed her current stance on being part of the celebrity community.

“I am not very active or a very active part of my community of other artists and entertainers and celebrities,” Cyrus revealed, reflecting on her 2024 Grammy win and performance. “It just doesn’t feel like my people when I’m in that room. But there are certain artists like Beyoncé — who, like us, we’ve known each other for a long time.”


Cyrus, who recently collaborated with Beyoncé on the “Renaissance” artist’s latest album, “Cowboy Carter,” reminisced about their first meeting during the 2007 “Just Stand Up” performance, marking the beginning of their friendship.


“I was, like, sandwiched between Rihanna and the Queen Bey, and they’re fully grown up, gorgeous, probably similar to my age now. Towering over me, completely stunning,” Cyrus shared. “I’m like, super small, have acne, have braces on the back of my teeth, and I’m standing next to Mariah Carey, who is dripping in diamonds. And Beyoncé was so kind to me.”


Reflecting on their current friendship, Cyrus emphasized the value of “kindness and consistency.”

“So I’m a part of my community in that way but, again, it’s all quality, not quantity. I’m not very active in that,” she reiterated.

During the interview, the “Wrecking Ball” singer also addressed her relationship with her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, amidst rumors of a rift. She acknowledged inheriting some traits, including “narcissism,” from her famous father but also highlighted his admirable qualities.

“He has a relationship and a foot on the ground to nature and to the real,” she said. “He always did, even when he was super famous.”

Cyrus contrasted her upbringing with her father’s challenging childhood, noting, “My childhood — I mean, we can go and talk about the hard times or the struggles — but I had food, I had love, I grew up in a beautiful big house and my dad didn’t have that.”

In essence, Cyrus’ reflections highlight her focus on meaningful relationships and the influence of her family background on her perspective.

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