This is too hysterical! I hope that I can keep my sides from splitting long enough to tell you about it! Miley Cyrus has recently sat down with Teen Vogue and her boyfriend, Liam Hemsworth, to talk about the movie they’re filming together, The Last Song. In the interview, Miley talks about many things. She touches on their relationship, and auditioning for the part but the best part absolutely has got to be when Miley says that she and Liam are “deeper than other people.”
Oh please. This is someone who’s biggest part has been playing a preteen with an identity crisis, and has been fed by a silver spoon for her entire life. Not to mention the fact that she’s not levelheaded enough to keep pictures of her in her panties out of the media, or those nasty ones of her making fun of Asians by purposely slanting her eyes. Oh yeah, anyone who thinks that’s funny truly knows the meaning of the word “deep.” You can read snippets of the interview and let us know if you think Miley and Liam are “deeper than normal people”, as Miley claims. From Teen Vogue via Celebitchy,
“TEEN VOGUE: Miley, before you went to Georgia to film The Last Song, you had just gotten out of a relationship. How did you change over the next few months?
MILEY CYRUS: In L.A., I had so many security blankets, people helping me with everything. I tried to book my friend a flight, and I didn’t know how because I was used to someone doing it for me. I didn’t want a babysitter anymore. I came to Tybee Island crying harder than I had ever cried in my life—and I left with the biggest smile on my face.
TEEN VOGUE: What were your first impressions of each other?
MILEY CYRUS: He’s really tall. I thought, Either I’m going to have to be in heels or standing on something for this entire movie! He definitely showed chivalry: I remember him opening the door for the director, and I was like, Wow.
LIAM HEMSWORTH: I have very good parents (laughs). It was funny—working with Miley was a lot easier than I thought it was going to be. From the first time we read, it was like I had known her before.
TEEN VOGUE: So, you had chemistry right away?
MILEY CYRUS: Yeah. I think we’re both deeper than normal people—what they think and how they feel. He’s very grateful for what he has, but he doesn’t let it go to his head. I’m like that too.
TEEN VOGUE: How many people did you read with?
MILEY CYRUS: Only three. The audition process is so intense.
LIAM HEMSWORTH: Basically, you’re thrown into a room and judged.
MILEY CYRUS: It’s like American Idol, but worse.
TEEN VOGUE: Isn’t that pretty much every day in Los Angeles?
MILEY CYRUS: Uh-huh, but you pay your bills with what they say.
LIAM HEMSWORTH: At the start of this year, I flew to L.A. to do a screen test for a film [Thor] that my brother ended up getting. There are a billion people there trying to do what we do.
TEEN VOGUE: You seem very at ease with each other.
MILEY CYRUS: Honestly, people do not always get along on set, so for two people to want to be together this much …
TEEN VOGUE: Just you, Liam, and the 3 million fans in Georgia.
MILEY CYRUS: I’m happy to meet them, and it’s flattering, but I couldn’t focus. Can you imagine someone at their office—like at a computer—and people are chanting at them while they’re trying to work?
LIAM HEMSWORTH: The first day, I walked out, and one end of the beach was blocked off for fans—screaming kids. I’d never seen that before. It was quite amazing.
MILEY CYRUS: Sometimes you have to remember, OK, what would I have been like if I had met my favorite singer? It is exciting.
TEEN VOGUE: Speaking of music, I read that you’re giving it up?
MILEY CYRUS: The more I make music that doesn’t truly inspire me, the more I feel like I’m blending in with everyone else. So after this next album, I’m taking some time off.
TEEN VOGUE: Liam, do you sing?
LIAM HEMSWORTH: I don’t sing well.
MILEY CYRUS: It’s refreshing to work with an actor who isn’t also a singer and dancer and musician and artist and this and that. I’m sick of quadruple threats who do everything when they should stick to one thing.
TEEN VOGUE: So he’s just a threat?
MILEY CYRUS: He’s a really freaking good actor is what he is. And he’s cute—so he’s got that.
TEEN VOGUE: You guys spent New Year’s in Australia, where Liam is from. Did you have fun?
MILEY CYRUS: I’m used to being in Times Square or something like that, so having a day to chill was awesome. And I got to hang out with his family and friends and see where he grew up.”
Yeah, Miley Cyrus is soooo deep. Deeper than “normal people”, whatever the hell that means. Aren’t celebrities always talking about how they wish people would realize they’re just “normal people?” And then Miley goes and blows any progress they’ve made in one fell swoop. And she talks about how “deep” she is and then goes on to compare her life to American Idol. Oh yeah, real deep. Not only that but then she compares being on a movie set to having an office job! Like I said, oh please. Miley doesn’t have one deep bone in her body – well, except for maybe her vocal chords. Every time I hear that manly voice, a little shudder runs down my back. Now, that’s deep – but it’s about as close as Miley will get to it.
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