When you’re one of the hottest selling young artists and actors in the world the media is bound to take notice. But does the exposure from outlets such as tabloids, teen magazines, and Twitter only add wood to the fire?
Miley, in an interview with the Ottawa Citizen, admitted to at least the later: “I just kind of got tired of telling people what I’m doing,” she told the publication in reference to Twitter. ”I have no normal life, everyone knows what I’m doing and where I’m going, and that’s my fault because I’m telling everyone. And then I tweet, I’m here!, and I’m wondering why a thousand fans are outside the restaurant. Well hello, you just told them.”
Miley is down to seven more episodes of Hannah Montana, and her departure from the show (as well as temporary departure from music) is big news of late. Miley told the Citizen it’s her “last priority” as for now. ”I’m going to take a break from music for a while and just enjoy film life,” she added.
Miley also remarked that she doesn’t crave the paparazzi and/or the media attention: “I don’t want my life to be what people want to watch more than my films. And more about listening to drama about me than my music. I don’t want people to assume that I’m obsessed with media and attention. That’s not what gives me the high, it’s the work.”