Miley Cyrus: Says, 'I'm not here to say that I'm perfect'
During the appearance of Miley Cyrus NBC channel's "Today" show on Friday morning, the young starlet talked about her past mistakes, by saying that she is far from perfect.
Miley Cyrus further said, "I always want to be known not necessarily like as this perfect girl...but as someone who is hopefully inspiring other people, that's what I want more than anything." "I'm not here to say that I'm perfect because I'm far from that, as we all are."
The singer raised eyebrows earlier this month for her performance at the 2009 Teen Choice Award, where she danced around a pole during her performance of her newly released song, "Party In The USA."
She explained,"My mistakes are kind of a little bit harder because they are in front of millions and millions of people." "I get to go through that and I get to learn."
Sixteen year old singer admitted that she had trouble coping with the stress of living in the spotlight. However she said that she was trying to find positive aspect in it.
Miley continued, "It's hard to sometimes smile about it because half the time it does yeah suck, like having to go through that. It just makes me want to try harder the next time," "I know that little girls look at me and say I'm their hero, so that's really important."
Ultimately, the young star said that she is just like the rest of us.
Miley remarked, "Everyone has to make mistakes. And I think if a lot of people look back at them being a kid they're gonna realize they've done a lot of the same things that I have. I guess sometimes judgment is unfair," "But that's just the way it rolls. That's the way the cookie crumbles my friends!"
Following Miley's pole dancing controversy, her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, told a famous news magazine, "You know what? I just think that Miley loves entertaining people. She loves singing [and] songwriting. I always tell her to love what you're doing and stay focused for the love of the art and not worry so much about opinion."