Miley Cyrus’ stance on religion may have sparked some debate, but it turns out that she holds a belief in a spiritual concept – karma. The singer expressed her thoughts on the Indian principle of cause and effect during a recent interview on Daybreak with Aled Jones. According to Miley, she has witnessed karma come back to affect numerous individuals, which is why she personally believes in it.
During a recent interview on Daybreak, Miley Cyrus opened up about her beliefs on karma and good deeds. According to the 20-year-old singer, she feels lucky because she believes the universe has been kind to her due to her past actions. “Karmically, it’s always been really good to me,” she said. As for her professional attitude, Miley emphasized the importance of treating others with respect and working hard. She added that she loves making music and doesn’t do it for selfish reasons.
Miley affirms her belief in Karma based on her observations of people facing the unpleasant consequences of their negative actions.
Caption: Miley Cyrus on Longevity and Individuality in Music
Miley Cyrus credits her longevity in the music industry to nurturing her own voice, music, and image that aligns with her individuality. After shedding her Disney image, she spent two years working on her records without signing to a label to have full control over her sound. According to the singer, this approach helped her create a karmic balance, resulting in sustained success beyond just having hits.
During an appearance on the ITV breakfast show, Miley spoke openly about her opinions with Aled Jones.
The musician dedicated two years of hard work to perfect her craft before finally getting signed to a record label. It just goes to show that patience and persistence can pay off in the end.
Miley Cyrus discussed her latest single, “We Can’t Stop,” and the accompanying music video during an interview in London. She explained that she didn’t want too many people involved in the creative process and wanted to focus on making a video that was interesting and would go viral. The video features a gritty house party with a hipster feel, and Cyrus wanted it to be more genuine than the typical set with fake extras. Cyrus also commented on her parents’ decision to call off their divorce proceedings and wore a hipster outfit for the interview. “We Can’t Stop” is set to release in the UK on August 4.
Tish and Billy Ray Cyrus showed up in public once more, proving that their love is still alive, even after calling off their divorce.
During lunchtime on Thursday, the couple got their food from The Commons at Calabasas, located in LA.