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12 September 2013, 10:56
The 'We Can't Stop' singer says the video has a much deeper message than most people think.
Miley Cyrus says shooting the music video for new single 'Wrecking Ball' was an "emotional experience" and has urged people to look past the obvious at the video's true meaning.
The US star caused controversy with her video for 'Wrecking Ball' at the start of this week, which sees her straddling a demolition ball while naked, and says the song and video are actually about her personal sadness.
"If people get past the point I make and you actually look at me, you can tell I look more broken than even the song sounds," Miley explained to US radio show Z100 this week. "If people can take their minds of the obvious, and go into their imagination, and see what the video really means.
"It is so vulnerable, if you look into my eyes I look more sad than actually my voice sounds on the record," Miley continued.
Check out a picture of Miley Cyrus out and about in London this week below:
The 'We Can't Stop' singer also says shooting the highly controversial music video was very difficult for her and a very "emotional" experience to put down on film.
"It was a lot harder to actually do the video than it was to even record the song," she added. "It was much more of an emotional experience."
Miley Cyrus returns with new album 'Bangerz' on 7th October.