Are you ready for more Miley?
The latest news out of Miley Cyrus-ville has Cyrus saying she's "one of the biggest feminists in the world" before allowing a radio DJ to play the drums on her rear end. When the drumming was over, she said to the DJ, "Thanks for banging me."
Read more about that interview and see photos of Cyrus and the DJ in action in this New York Daily News report.
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The drumming incident happened at the UK radio station Capital FM. All the talk about feminism happened before that in an interview with BBC Newsbeat.
"I feel like I'm one of the biggest feminists in the world because I tell women to not be scared of anything," the 20-year-old "Wrecking Ball" singer said in the interview. "Girls are all beautiful."
Get ready to hear more from Cyrus as she gears up for her worldwide Bangerz tour, which kicks off in Vancouver on Valentine's Day.
What will her tour be like? She is telling people to "expect chaos," although she admitted to MTV she is obsessive compulsive to the point where she alphabetizes the clothes in her closet by designer.
What do you think about the latest words and actions from Cyrus?
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