PSA: Miley is back.

In an intriguing interview with Billboard, Miley Cyrus broke her silence and detailed her upcoming endeavors.

And wow, oh wow, am I glad to see MC is back.

The world has watched – some in shock and horror, some in celebration – while Miley went through her wildest spell yet. With her teddy bear onesie, and swinging naked on a wrecking ball, the old MC that once appeared on Hannah Montana seemed to be completely forgotten.

If you haven’t had a chance to see what all is upcoming in Miley’s life and musical career, check out the original post. It details her upcoming album {which is going to be amazing} and it also talks about what she has been up to and where she plans to go.

While I’m sure some of the world will completely reject her and refuse to view her as a new woman, there are some who will continue their support for her.

Here is what I think about MC’s recent hiatus, and why I’m glad she is who she is.

  • Yes, she did go crazy. But, don’t we all? Everybody goes through a little Britney Spears 2007 at some point – unless you’re a robot. {photo creds: US Magazine}

  • She is real. Like I said, we all go through a rough stage. And at least she wasn’t afraid to show who she really was at that point. Rather it is a lifestyle we agree with or not, it is who she felt she was at that time and she embraced it.
  • She has turned it around. She learned a lesson from it. She has now learned that her methods to spreading her beliefs and views was not the best one.

It seems like famous people don’t get that second chance that we would give most people. Those who aren’t in the spotlight can lose their mind, and then go back and change their life. Some people might do a double take, but they typically won’t be criticized. Famous people don’t get that second chance though.

But, why?

That’s not fair.

So, while I might not agree with everything Miley has said or done – she is real, she learned a lesson and she’s just a human.

I can appreciate that she was just trying to show the world what she felt was important, she took a break and realized that isn’t who she wanted to be and now she is changing it. We can all learn a lesson from that.

  • Be proud of who you are.
  • Embrace it, even your quirks, and even if the rest of the world doesn’t approve.
  • Take some time to view yourself from the outside. Do you like what you see?
  • Make changes when you deem necessary.
  • Speak out and let people know what you’ve learned.

Happy Monday, lovelies!


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