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13 September 2013, 11:13
The US star says she was left in tears while shooting the emotional music video unveiled this week.
Miley Cyrus says there was a lot of crying and emotion on the set of her controversial music video for new single 'Wrecking Ball'.
The 'We Can't Stop' singer has courted high controversy for going naked while straddling a demolition ball in the newly unveiled video, but Miley says it was more of an emotional shoot for her, personally.
"This is me, that was kind of a crazy day," Miley reveals on Chatty Man tonight, when asked whether she used a body double in the promo. "Everyone's like, 'What was it like having so many people on set while you're swinging around naked?'
"I'm like, well one, I don't know if you watched the VMAS, it's really not that different," Miley joked. "And two, it was more like an emotional day.
"There was a lot of crying, yeah it was an emotional video, it was like crazy to shoot," she explained.
Check out a picture of Miley Cyrus on Chatty Man this week below (Credit: Ellis O'Brien):
Earlier this week Miley confirmed she has a collaborate with Britney Spears on her new album, which drops on 7th October.
View a picture of Miley Cyrus performing on the show below (Credit: Ellis O'Brien:
Miley Cyrus appears on Alan Carr's Chatty Man tonight from 10pm on Channel 4.