Miley Cyrus is no stranger to growing up in the spotlight. Before hosting NBC Cheers to 2022!the star has been candid about how far she’s come in the past few years.
“I always say my truth, and also the opposite of what it is, is true. Somehow I’m completely different, and then somehow I’m exactly the same,” she shared before joking about her memorable MTV performance. 2013 VMAs along with Robin Thicke. “Now, in my 30s — I mean, my 20s they were so funny. If you don’t believe me, I think you can google it…”
Cyrus has already made headlines for her ‘Wrecking Ball’ video in which she appeared nude, as well as twerking with Thicke, but it seems like she’s matured since then.
In November, the “Midnight Sky” singer entered a new decade, but it seems she’s not nervous about what’s to come. “30. Thankful for all the love and kind birthday wishes,” she captioned some photos of herself from her party.
The Hanna Montana alum she’s gearing up to release new music — she announced her new single “Flowers” will be out Jan. 13 — but in the meantime she’s thinking about how she’s going to start 2023 on a high note.
“I guess my resolution would really be: My gut is very strong, but sometimes I’m not a great listener,” Cyrus said. Hoda Kotb in the interview. “__Dolly\[Parton\]__ said to me, her husband \[__Carl Thomas Dean__\] he says: ‘You are not hard of hearing\. You’re hard to listen to\.’ And I guess that would be my decision, not just to listen to myself, but to listen to others.”
Having the country star alongside Cyrus was icing on the cake on top of his night.
“I’m telling you, this is the thrill of my life, getting to host the show with Miley,” Parton said during the live show. “We know how much I’ve loved her since she was a little girl. Now it’s a big thing and I still love it. I will Always Love You.”
“Here’s how I feel about you, Aunt Dolly,” Cyrus replied.