WAIT WHAT: Miley Cyrus' Biggest Fear Is Having "Wrecking Ball" Played at Her Funeral


It's obvious that Miley Cyrus is in a much different place now than she was a couple of years ago. She has even said it herself. With her new single, "Malibu," crushing the charts, fans can see that there is a different side to the once very rebellious Disney Channel alum.

For starters, Miley has her clothes ON in the "Malibu" music video. Not only that, but she's singing a tune of this serene, peaceful love story instead of angsty lyrics about her dead pets. She's a changed woman, but that doesn't mean her fans and haters will forget her past.

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Her track "Wrecking Ball" was a total hit and no one can deny that. I mean, who has ever licked a sledgehammer and rode atop a wrecking ball completely naked? She shocked the world and everyone loved it. Now, she's not so sure why she did it. Miley recently admitted that her whole riding on a wrecking ball probably wasn't the best idea in the long run.

Why? Because no matter how many "Malibu" type songs she puts out there from now on, she'll ALWAYS be the Disney Channel girl that broke out of her squeaky clean image by riding a wrecking ball naked.

Miley hung out with the crew from the Zang Sang Show and played the game "Marry, Eff, Kill" with three of her songs: "The Climb", "7 Things" and "Wrecking Ball." She ultimately chose to kill "Wrecking Ball."

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She reasoned her answer with, "That's something you can't take away, swinging around naked on a wrecking ball lives forever. I'm never living that down I will always be the naked girl on a wrecking ball...I should've thought [about] how long that was going to follow me around. That's my worst nightmare...is that being played at my funeral."

LOL...can you even imagine?! While many fans thought Miley had different fears, she's confirmed that her worst nightmare wouldn't even be the way she died or dying too early or something super morbid. It's literally about this song that she'll never be able to part ways with ringing in her ears even after she's no longer on earth.

Good to know, good to know.

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