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24 February 2014, 11:30 | Updated: 24 February 2014, 11:31
The 'Wrecking Ball' star also says her live shows should "surprise" people when they see it.
Miley Cyrus has hit out at critics of her 'Bangerz' world tour and insists it can be a "good education" for children who come to watch it.
The 'Adore You' star hit the road on her latest tour this month, and says she wants it to be seen as "good art" when people watch her live shows.
"I want this to be a pretty high-end tour, I want it to be like good art," Miley revealed over the weekend, reports Daily Star. "And I am excited to go to places where people are usually not exposed to too much good art.
"It can be a good education for kids who come to my concert," she explained. "Maybe people don't think of me first when it comes to education, but I might surprise a couple of people.
"I want to change all the time and become a better artist, a better person," Miley added.
Miley Cyrus performed in Los Angeles over the weekend, where she memorably planted a kiss on Katy Perry's lips, who was watching from the front row.