Miley Cyrus plans for Endless summer vacation Apparently not including another tour, according to a new interview with British Vogue.
“It’s been a minute,” the “Flowers” singer admitted to her live pausing before reflecting on her last onstage show during her 2014 “Bangerz” world tour. “I kind of looked at it as a question. And I can’t. Not just ‘can’t. ’, because ‘can’t’ is your ability, but rather my desire. Do I want to live my life for the happiness or fulfillment of anyone other than my own?”
She later shared her preference for performing in front of an intimate audience consisting of her family, friends, and team over the adoring hordes of Smilers. “Like, singing for millions of thousands of people is not the thing I really like,” she explained. “There’s no connection. There’s no security… It’s not natural either. It’s very isolated because if you’re in front of 100,000 people, you’re on your own.”
Looking ahead, Cyrus suggested that her future shows could be held at a luxury resort near you. “Am I going on tour? Yes, Aman Hotel tour,” she jokes. “Singing in the lobby for that free massage.”
Since the conclusion of the “Bangerz” World Tour in 2014, he has been the first Hanna Montana The star has appeared on a few short live engagements, including the “Milky Milky Milk Tour” with Wayne Coyne and Dead Petz in 2015, a festival tour in 2019, and a short South American excursion in 2022.
Cyrus recently released the music video for Endless summer vacation single “Jaded,” and is next set to appear on her godmother Dolly Parton’s long-awaited rock album, rock star, In November. Meanwhile, she will be providing her voice for the second season of Nick Kroll’s Netflix animated comedy HR in June.