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BeitragThema: Miley im Seventeen magazine dezember/januar!   Fr Dez 25, 2009 5:16 pm

miley ist im seventeen magazine der ausgabe dezember januar hier das cover es ist super!

hier mal das interview dazu Smile

17: What do you think makes your style your own?
Miley Cyrus: I like everything that goes against what is necessarily in. It's so much cooler when you can find something that's more unique. I love finding cool things at thrift stores, like vintage rings. It's more fun to be able to say that something cost two dollars intead of $200. I got a trucker hat from the army surplus store, and everyone always asks me if it's Gucci, and I'm like, "Nope!" I love that it's one of a kind.

17: Do you think your personal style has changed this past year?
Miley Cyrus: Definitely. I went through a stage where I took everything with color out of my closet and I literally wore only all black. I used to wear black military boots with black jeans and a black shirt. I look back, and I'm like, Girl, it's the middle of summertime in L.A. and you look nuts! My clothes should have been smiling more! I'm still not a huge fan of color, but I like accents of color to spice it up. I like neon accessories, or I'll wear my own red cheetah Miley & Max jeans with something plain. And I love lots and lots of jewelry. I have my ears and my nose pierced, and I always have on a thousand bracelets.

17: How do you get inspired? Do you check out what other celebs are wearing?
Miley Cyrus: I'll go through magazines and cut out pictures and hang them up. It's easier for me to get ready if I'm feeling something-like, Okay, I really like that person's style. How can I make it m own? I love Ashlee Simpson and Nicole Richie!

17: What about the look for your tour? It's your first one without having to be Hannah Montana.
MC: It's been a big transition for me. My personal style is a little edgier and a little rougher. And when I came into the tour, I was like, I'm going to wear the leather shorts! I'm going to wear ripped-up things! I didn't want it to be a show where parents have to cover their kids' eyes, but I wanted it to be sexy and fun.

17: You also got to make your first non-Hannah movie, The Last Song. What was that like?
MC: It was the best time I've ever had in my life. And I feel like I really haven't been the same since I left the set. While I was there, I didn't have people in my face all the time trying to figure out who I am and what I'm doing. I wasn't trying to be anyone else but me. I'm just in shorts, a bathing suit top, running around having a blast. After work, we'd go and listen to bands play or we'd go out for crab legs and shrimp and sit on the lake. And for once, I got to go out and dance when I wanted to and sing because I loved it. We'd go out to these fun karaoke places, and sing "She's My Cherry Pie" and "I Love Rock N' Roll." Then I would go on Jet Skis with Liam from early in the morning until dinnertime and play all day. I walked away from this with such a great friend.

17: Why is Liam so special to you?
MC: I've never gotten along with someone so well. I was a little anxious about making this movie; I wanted everything to be perfect. To go on set and feel insecure was a totally new element for me. But he felt the same way. He admitted his insecurities, and it was really nice to have someone who understands me for once.

17: Is it hard to admit when you're feeling insecure?
MC: It's not hard for me to admit that I feel insecure, but sometimes you have to have someone who feels the same way to really realize that's what you're feeling. Liam says I have a "war helmet." You put that on when you're insecure and you're feeling afraid-you're ready to battle because of something that you feel inside.

17: What were you feeling inside?
MC: I think I was a kid trying to prove that I wasn't a kid anymore, when I really needed to be comfortable with who I was then, and allow myself to grow instead of always trying to be someone else. And I think I really became that person.

17: It must be a ton of pressure to be who people expect you to be.
MC: I think the hardest part for anyone in my position is that when you walk into a room you've never been in before, people immediately judge you. They say, "She's a lot prettier than I thought," or "She's not as pretty in person." They have a preconceived idea of you, and they examine you to see if you add up to what they thought. But Liam didn't really know who I was! He didn't know my acting or my music, and it was nice to know that he didn't have a preconceived idea of me.

17: It sounds like you changed this summer.
MC: Yes, and Liam has been a big part of that. All you want is for one person to say, "You did a really good job today." Or "You look really beautiful," or "I was really moved by that." You just want one person to make you feel good about something you're doing.

17: Are you guys officially dating?
MC: It sucks when your personal life becomes public. So I'm finding ways to make my personal and private life more of my life-which is one of the reasons why I deleted my Twitter. We've decided that any type of relationship that we have, we will always just keep it very DL. First and foremost, we are best friends, so that's what I tell people all the time.

17: Do you have a group of best girlfriends?
MC: I just don't get along with girls as I do with guys. I'm not a sensitive person. But I feel like I've started to learn how to be a little bit more sensitive. I think it's nice to be able to be softer with people.

17: Do you think you have to be tough to be successful in Hollywood?
MC: I do think you need to be tough, know what you want, and know if your dream is strong enough that you can do it.

17: Do you ever let people see your sensitive side?
MC: I'm a little bit tough, and I think that can be hard sometimes. I always have my war helmet on. But I'm pretty open about my feelings, and I'll cry big-time. And no one wants to see that. When I finally break down, people know it's serious.

17: Who helps you when you have a breakdown?
MC: I really hate fixers-when people are like, "Tell me your problem! This is how we're going to fix it!" I would rather work through it, have someone talk me through it, let me calm down, and give me time to think emotionally about it. Then let's really fix the problem. And I think that's so important. That's what I have with my closet friends, Demi [Lovato], Liam and Ashley Tisdale.

17: They must be really important to you.
MC: It's nice to have friends who I can work through my problems with. And I don't need friends. I don't have that much that's just my own. I share a tour with my brother, I share a show with my dad, and I'm managed by my mom.

17: Is there anyone whose career you look up to?
MC: I want to be like Beyonce. She is the ultimate woman. You look at her and you don't think, I wonder what her personal life is like. You look at her and you go, That girl on the stage is a superstar. You don't care about anything else; you care only about her music, So I would hope that you would be me in the future.

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