Miley Cyrus Revisits Her 2008 Magazine Scandal With An Empowering Message

Miley Cyrus Revisits Her 2008 Magazine Scandal With An Empowering Message

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Way back in 2008, Miley Cyrus was the 15-year-old star of Hannah Montana whose career was blowing up. As such, she was tapped to cover Vanity Fair , and the magazine hired storied photographer Annie Leibovitz to shoot it. Cyrus appeared topless , though partially covered and facing away from the camera; the New York Post called it a source of 'shame.' It was quite the controversy.

But that was then. In the time since, Cyrus has become one of the most outspoken proponents of self-love, especially as it comes to self-image. That's why it was no surprise that, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Post 's headline earlier this week, she took to Twitter to share her thoughts.



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On Jimmy Kimmel Live! Tuesday night (May 1), Cyrus expounded on her 'IM NOT SORRY' tweet a bit more, calling out the Post headline.

'I think a lot of things have changed, and I think the conversation has changed a lot,' she said. 'Something that I really thought about a lot was, sure, some people thought that I did something wrong in their eyes. But I think it was really wrong of someone to put on top of someone that this is my shame and that I should be ashamed of myself.'

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'They want to know why I go on TV shows with no shirt on [now],' Miley added. 'Blame them,' she said, pointing to the Post headline.

She also spoke candidly about the burdens of being a role model, a part she's since seized playing by, in her words, 'my free-spiritedness and sometimes my unapologetic attitude for decisions that I feel comfortable with.'

A lot can change in 10 years — but Miley's ability to keep being herself hasn't. Watch the full segment above.