Miley Cyrus appeared on "Good Morning America" on Wednesday morning, June 26. Wearing a black crop-top, white shorts and thigh high boots, the 20-year-old singer and actress performed her hit single, "We Can't Stop", in front of the show's hosts and hundreds of fans. For her second performance, Cyrus brought out surprise guest will.i.am to sing their collaboration, "Fall Down".
After the performance, Cyrus sat down for an interview. When asked if she agreed with people who thought her video for "We Can't Stop" was too raunchy, she responded, "No, then [the critics] haven't partied in a while. They haven't been to a good party in a minute."
"For me, I was excited when the song came out, but I really wanted the music video to come because it shows exactly where I was at that time in my life, when we started working on 'We Can't Stop'," she continued defending herself. "The video's based off true events. Some funny things have gone down in my life, so it's just been great, letting people see that-not just the glammed up beauty shot girl because that's not who I am."
Cyrus, whose latest music video broke VEVO's record with 10.7 million views in a 24-hour period, also shared some wise words about haters. "My whole thing is, haters are gonna hate, but haters are also going to click on your YouTube video just to watch it so I don't really care," she said. "You helped me break the record. Even if you were watching just to hate on me, and now I hold the record so I win."