Miley Cyrus Won't Come to 'Glee'


Miley Cyrus


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".


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