Miley Cyrus: ‘Strippers ask me where I get my outfits’
"A lot of strippers ask me where I get my outfits. I tell them that it's all custom but maybe [Roberto] Cavalli can make you one"
Always one to say whatever’s on her mind, U.S. pop star Miley Cyrus has revealed that her revealing outfit choices have attracted attention from “strippers.”
In an interview with BBC Newsbeat on Wednesday, the singer had been denying reports that her recent stay in hospital was caused by a drug overdose.
"I didn't have a drugs overdose. I took some antibiotics that a doctor gave me for a sinus infection," she said.
But Cyrus – who has been at the center of controversial headlines since twerking with Robin Thicke at MTV Video Music Awards in 2013 – also disclosed some details about her wardrobe.
"A lot of strippers ask me where I get my outfits. I tell them that it's all custom but maybe [Roberto] Cavalli can make you one," she joked.
Cyrus told the BBC she has no plans to tone down her outfits.
"You get a lot more famous if you show your bits," she said.
Cyrus, who rose to fame as Disney's Hannah Montana, had spent two weeks in hospital after suffering an allergic reaction to medication and as a result cancelled shows in Amsterdam and Antwerp.