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Miley Cyrus’ highly-anticipated documentary Miley: The Movement will air on MTV on Wednesday, and in a preview, Cyrus makes no apologies for her controversial Video Music Awards performance.
She referred to it as a "strategic hot mess," saying, "If I wanted a raunchy sex show, I wouldn't have been dressed as a damned bear." The 20-year-old added of being tired of all the talk about it, "I'm onto the next one. Yes, I am very comfortable with my sexuality."
E! Online reports Cyrus was desperate to “let go” of her Disney image because she ‘felt like I could be the bad bitch I am."
Also in the documentary, Cyrus gives fans better insight into her transition from Hannah Montana to twerking with Robin Thicke on stage at the VMAs.
“People always want to call it a transition . . . It’s not a transition,” she said. “It’s a movement. It’s a growth. It’s a change,” NY Post reports.
Cyrus is recently single, having just announced her break-up with fiancé Liam Hemsworth.
Check out the trailer below: