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Miley Cyrus Defends Her Raunchy New Image

June 3, 2010 (3:44 am) GMT
In a statement responding to negative comments she received for her raunchy stage acts, Miley Cyrus blasts those criticized her as 'close-minded and don't understand art.'

has blasted critics of her raunchy new image, insisting "everyone" makes mistakes. The 17 year old has attracted a string of negative comments in recent weeks after video footage of her dirty dancing with a 44-year-old movie producer in a bar surfaced online.

She then stunned fans at a gig in Portugal at the weekend by performing in a revealing, skin-tight leotard, stroking her thighs and cavorting with male dancers. But the "" star has now spoken out to defend her actions, insisting everyone makes embarrassing errors when they are young.

She tells BBC Radio 1, "People always want me to say it's so hard and difficult but really it's just annoying because what my life is isn't for them to give their comments on. They can think what they want... I think those are people who are just close-minded and don't understand art."

"I always tell people, everyone goes through a bad point in their life and makes bad choices. But they just haven't been published and it hasn't been documented and (published) on the Internet. You can see how that would drive people crazy. I would like to see you at 21 and video that and put that out there for people to comment on."

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