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June 5, 2010 / Author

Miley Has Never Lived A ‘Normal Life’

Miley Cyrus claims having a famous parent means she has never lived a ”normal” life.

Miley Cyrus has never had a “normal” life.

The 17-year-old star – insists finding fame in ‘Hannah Montana’ didn’t change her dramatically because she had lead such an unconventional lifestyle because of her famous father Billy Ray Cyrus.

She said: “I didn’t really know anything else. Because of my dad, I was always home schooled, I would go on tour with my dad.

“I didn’t really know what a ‘normal’ life was. So when people ask me if I miss it, you can’t really miss anything you don’t know. I never really was just a kid, I guess.”

The singer-and-actress also claimed she is “proud” of how well she manages to cope with her heavy workload.

She added: “I’m really proud of what I have done. I was a little nervous at first that it was going to be too much, but I have had a really good time and I think it’s been easier than I thought.”

Despite her crazy lifestyle, Miley doesn’t regret that she may have grown up too early as she was used to her rock star father Billy Ray Cyrus’s celebrity life.

Despite spending her childhood on the road with her father, Miley is not likely to be seen singing along to his big hit ‘Achey Breaky Heart.’

The star said: “I like a lot of my dad’s songs more than I like that one! There are a lot that I like more.”

Thanks @RockingCyrus for sending.


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  1. gossip / Jun 7 2010 4:22 am

    “you canโ€™t really miss anything you donโ€™t know”

    That’s so true. Her life is already normal to her.

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