She blasts musical in general, hypothetically saying that it would look silly to sing over something in real life.
Forget ever seeing Miley Cyrus on "Glee", the singer-actress has expressed her disinterest on the show despite having her song "The Climb" featured once. In an interview with Billboard magazine for the June issue, Cyrus said, "Honestly, musicals? I just can't."
The starlet, whose TV series "Hannah Montana" sees her as a pop star, said she can't stand the concept of springing into a song in the middle of doing something ordinary. "What if this was real life and I was just walking down the street on Rodeo Drive and all of a sudden I just burst into song about how much I love shoes?" she added, pausing a moment before continuing "It would get you hits on YouTube."
On which pop culture she's loving, Cyrus revealed it's Lady GaGa. "Unlike a lot of artists, all her music does mean something personally," she gushed. And unlike her, GaGa is a fan of "Glee". The controversial singer who was given a full episode tribute recently told EW, "I love 'Glee'. I went to a musical theatre school, and used to dream that someday the students would be singing my songs."
Cyrus is in fact not a fan of phenomenon. Back in March, she admitted that she doesn't get Justin Bieber. "Bieber fever ... I'm not necessarily a fan. I don't listen to that kind of music," she said. Despite the statement, she was spotted on a dinner date with Bieber two months later and called him her "travel-sized boyfriend".