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26 September 2013, 10:50
The 'Wrecking Ball' singer says there were things done during the performance that those watching on TV didn't see.
Miley Cyrus says MTV censored down her now-infamous VMAs 2013 duet with Robin Thicke and confirms she is really "proud" of that performance.
The 'We Can't Stop' singer opened up about the August performance, which saw her duet on 'Blurred Lines' with Robin, with Miley claiming the network "cut almost everything" controversial from their set.
"I was trying to slap Robin's ass but no one saw it!" Miley reveals in the new issue of FASHION magazine. "Believe me! MTV edited so much!
"They cut almost everything I did," she continued. "I'm proud of that performance, I feel like music is rally stale right now.
"I could have guessed what a lot of artists would have done that night," Miley explained. "The exaction to what I did has been insane, [so] I think it was a breath of fresh air!
"For the people that don't get it, you weren't meant to!" Miley added.
Check out a picture of Miley Cyrus in the Mike WiLL Made It video for '23' below:
Earlier this month Miley posed topless for the new issue of Rolling Stone magazine, while also opting to get the publication's name tattooed on the bottom of your feet.
Miley Cyrus returns with her brand new album 'Bangerz' on 7th October.