Miley Cyrus is relieved that boys never want to talk about their problems.
Miley Cyrus can’t deal with “confrontation” in a relationship.
The 20-year-old star is currently believed to be single, after splitting from her fiancé Liam Hemsworth in September.
While she might appear outspoken, the singer doesn’t like to address serious issues with a partner.
“What do I look for in a guy? People that are funny,” she revealed to the latest UK edition of Cosmopolitan.
“I’m not good at being serious or communicating – I don’t like that sh*t. It’s always been easy for me, because guys don’t like to talk about that [heavy stuff]. I don’t have to have this confrontation or talk about all their problems… I like guys that are fun.”
Liam, 23, has been linked to January Jones since the split and it was also rumoured he cheated on Miley with the Mad Men star.
The Wrecking Ball singer in turn is said to have enjoyed dates with Rolling Stone magazine heir Theo Wenner.
Miley isn’t a believer in giving people who have wronged her a second chance.
“I’m a really loyal person and if I dig you, I’m all the way down,” she explained.
“But if you f**k me over, I’m all the way up. It’s like, once shame on you, twice shame on me. You’re the dumb one if you let someone back into your life and they sh*t on you again.”
Miley has been criticised recently for shaking off her Hannah Montana Disney image and embracing sexy dance moves and clothing instead.
She grew up on a farm in Nashville and her parents – mom Tish and singer father Billy Ray – were always relaxed with her upbringing.
“We used to do the craziest things on the farm – you’re in the middle of nowhere, so who’s going to get you in trouble?” she laughed.
“My parents have always been laidback. They’d prefer us to be good people, have good hearts and be honest with them, than pretend to be someone we’re not.
“I’ve never had to hide myself. There are so many gay kids who have to hide [their sexuality], and I know that if any of my five brothers or sisters decided to go either which way, my parents wouldn’t care – and that’s crazy for a family from Nashville.”
Copyright: Cover Media 2013
Monday, 04. November 2013