Quotes From Miley Cyrus The Movement

For the last four months, MTV has been granted unmatched access to Cyrus, who will unabashedly take viewers on her whirlwind journey from tween television sensation to one of pop music’s most magnetic and unapologetically controversial artists during “Miley: The Movement” premiering on Wednesday, 16 October at 8.30pm (WIB), 9.30pm (SIN/HK/PH), 10.30pm (MAL) on MTV and MTV’s website at

The intimate, 60-minute documentary film will capture the full essence and evolution of Cyrus as she gears up for the release of her debut RCA Records album, “Bangerz” on Tuesday, 8 October. The special will chronicle her triumphs and struggles at home, in the studio and on the road, as well as the planning, rehearsals, performance and media frenzy surrounding her 2013 “MTV Video Music Awards” medley with Robin Thicke.

Miley - The Movement 4 (Credit - Mtv)

Quotes From Miley The Movement

“I think if people could see the details, they would know that this isn’t just some mess. This is all thought out in my mind. Every decision goes into a bigger plan.”

“For me, the movement needs to be something bigger than just a record. For me, a movement is something that represents like taking over the world.”

“People always want to call it a transition. It’s not a transition. I’m the same human, I’ve got the same heart I did 5 years ago. Everything about me is the same. Same skin, same human. So it’s not a transition. It’s, it’s a movement. It’s a growth. It’s a change.”

“I think I’ve been in entertainment boot camp since I was young, because I’ve never been like a normal person, because I had to grow up like so quick.”

“The way that I am about Britney, that is the way people are about me. She was my first record, I was a lot of people’s, like, first album.”

“So I can’t throw any shade on anything I did as a kid.”

“If you’re not first, you’re last — that’s what I always say.”

“I have this freedom to do whatever I want because people trust me.”

“I need to like let go of, of like a past in a way, because I felt like I could finally be the bad bitch I really am.”

“I can’t be in a small town but I still got that heart.”

Pharrell: “I’m telling you, the world thinks that they know this girl, but my thing to you is, don’t be fooled.

Pharrell: “You have to remember, this is a 20-year-old evolving. Her dad is Billy Ray Cyrus, her godmother is Dolly Parton, and she’s raised in an era where hip-hop is king. So when people looking going, why is she twerking, why is she doing this? Because she’s a byproduct of America.”

“I am a control freak. I hate being out of control… I get things done, and I know what to do because for 5 years of my life, I learned about having to be focused… I was trying to get all my homework done in like 4 hours so I could go work for another 8 hours.”

“My mom is my homie. If I win, she wins. Not because she’s my manager, because she’s my mom.”

“Right now, I’ve like put this record before anything else in my entire life.”

“I said I only want one bitch in my record, and that’s Britney, bitch.”

“People can look at the VMA performance and think it’s a hot mess. It’s a strategic hot mess.”

“I think there’s something about watching someone grow up. Most people don’t have their kids photos put up for the world.”

“VMAs is meant for me. It’s meant to be fun. It’s meant to push the boundaries. I feel like when you have a lineup like that, there are so many different artists here. Like, what’s going to separate me from everyone else?”

“Everything has to be so huge. Everything has to be a moment.”

“There’s no other life for me but entertaining.”

“I’ve never felt more who I am than right now. I think that’s something about like coming into your 20s.”

“I’m at a point where I’m so lucky to be able to not have to fit in… You know, I feel like a lot of people in the world, a lot of entertainers, just in general, everyone has to learn how to fit in somehow. Everyone’s got to be somewhat the same, and I want to be the one that goes against that.”

(After her VMA performance) “I don’t pay attention to the negative, because I, I’ve seen this play out so many – how many times have we seen this play out in pop music? … You’re always going to make people talk. You might as well make them talk for like 2 weeks, rather than 2 seconds.”

(About her VMA performance) “But I’m coming out in pigtails, looking like a, a giant adult baby, basically, they’re doing really like naughty stuff. That’s obviously funny. If I really want to come out and do like a raunchy sex show, I wouldn’t have been dressed as a damn bear.”

“Hopefully when the record goes number one, when the record is number one, that moment is what I’ve been like working so hard for.”

“Right now I still feel like I’m beginning.”

Written by Budiey

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