Miley Cyrus is not new to the controversy as she was linked to lightweight issues from pole dancing to Asian mocking, not to mention not-really topless photos but she was aware with the entertainment industry she lives in.
During the break from a four-song set on the Plaza, the “Hannah Montana” star shared that her mistakes are a little bit harder since she was a public figure but she was in the process of experiencing it and learning from her mistakes.
She said: “I get to go through that and I get to learn. It’s hard sometimes to smile about it, because half the time, yeah, it does suck to have to go through that. But also it makes you want to try harder the next time when I know that little girls look at me and say I’m their hero.”
Miley also admitted that comments from her critics tend to roll off her back, and she maintain a “judge not, lest you be judged” attitude toward it all.
She added: “Going into this business, I think you just expect it. I feel like anyone has to make mistakes, and I think if a lot of people look back at their being a kid, they’re going to realize they’ve done a lot of the same things I have.”
She seemed to adjust with the entertainment industry as she concluded: “I guess sometimes judgments are unfair, but that’s just the way the cookie crumbles!”