Given the tide of bad news that has surrounded Miley Cyrus' relationship with fiance Liam Hemsworth as of late, maybe the star admitting that she doesn't Google herself is a good thing.
Miley attributed her recent success partially to not caring what people were writing about her in a recent interview with BBC.
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"People that probably fall off are the people obsessed with googling themselves and knowing what people are saying," Cyrus said. "If I knew what people are saying about me, I'd probably hate myself. I don't look at that kind of stuff."
Cyrus also delved into the transistion process between being Hannah Montana, Disney Channel star and her current public image as a hard-twerking adult.
"I worked for five years on something that was a character where I didn't really get to be completely the creative person that I wanted to be so at this point I did the work that I had to do," the "We Can't Stop" singer said. "I had to kinda make my money and do all that so now I don't have to worry about necessarily any of that. I can just make music because I love it."
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