Miley Cyrus Poses For ‘Elle,’ Opens Up About New Music
Miley Cyrus will not stop sending out wigs into orbit. The 26-year-old has been on quite the hot streak since dropping SHE IS COMING. The EP is the first of three, which, when combined, build out the tracklist of her new album. But that’s not all she’s been up to. She graced us with an official video for her Black Mirror banger “On A Roll” and announced a collab with Ariana Grande and Lana Del Rey. That gem is for the new Charlie’s Angels movie, and I’m already slayed. Not only that, but we have yet to recover from her powerful “Mother’s Daughter” video. And today (July 11), she’s back at it with a stunning new photoshoot for Elle.
Posing for Mario Sorrenti, the superstar looks exceptionally fierce in every frame from the spread. And the accompanying interview is filled with insight about a variety of topics. What is up for discussion? Her relationship with Liam Hemsworth, sexuality, being a woman, “Old Town Road” and much more. Miley shed quite a bit of light on her new album. “My record is called She Is Miley Cyrus. ‘She’ does not represent a gender. She is not just a woman. ‘She’ doesn’t refer to a vagina. She is a force of nature,” she said. What else is she? “She is power. She can be anything you want to be, therefore, she is everything.”
The diva proceeded to spill some tea about several new songs. “I have a new song, ‘Never Be Me,'” Miley said. “And the chorus says, ‘If you’re looking for faithful, that’ll never be me. If you’re looking for stable, that’ll never be me. If you’re looking for someone that’ll be all that you need, that’s never going to be me.'” Next up was “Bad Karma,” which she first teased during the Met Gala. Here, she opened up about the title and got a little political. “I have a new song called “Bad Karma,” but there is no such thing as karma. There’s just cause and effect. Otherwise Donald Trump wouldn’t be president. I don’t believe that everyone gets theirs.”
Scroll through a gallery of photos from the spread up top and dive into the rest of the feature here.