Thom Yorke, the lead singer of band Radiohead, breaks his silence on Miley Cyrus' disappointment for being dissed by the music act during the 51st annual Grammy Awards back on February 8, suggesting the teen sensation to "grow up". "When Miley grows up, she'll learn not to have such a sense of entitlement," the male musician tells US Weekly.
Earlier this month, Miley told the Johnjay & Rich morning radio show that she requested a meeting with Radiohead, which is her favourite band, when she discovered their dressing room was four rooms away from hers during the awards gala. Unfortunately for her, Yorke politely declined because he and his band mates were preparing themselves their performance at the event.
"I'm like, these are the people I really want to meet. I'd freak out. They're my rock gods. These are the only people I would cry over," said Miley during the radio interview. "[I told my manager], 'Pull as many strings.' My manager asked and said, 'Miley's really obsessed.' And they were like, 'We don't really do that'", she went on describing.
Feeling very upset by the band's snub, Miley admitted she left the awards show, vowing "I'm gonna ruin them, I'm going to tell everyone", adding "I wasn't going to watch. Stinkin' Radiohead!"