Miley Cyrus is everywhere these days, and now the twerking "Wrecking Ball" singer has conquered the sky.
The "We Can't Stop" singer told Rolling Stone contributing editor Josh Eells in the magazine's latest cover story that she has always wanted to go skydiving and suggested that they do it. The two drove to Skydive Perris in the desert outside of Los Angeles the next morning.
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"If I die, you guys are so f*cked," Cyrus told skydiving instructor Scott Smith.
Smith and videographer George Katsoulis recorded the video, which details Cyrus' six-minute skydiving experience from 12,500 feet in the air.
"I'm finally a bird like I always wanted to be," Cyrus said in mid-flight.
The singer curses and flips off the camera during the video, which is par for the course given her recent behavior.
When she landed, Cyrus called her mother to let her know she was okay.
"One thing about skydiving, you really know who love based on who you call," Cyrus said.
Check out the video below: