More excerpts have emerged from Cosmopolitan's Miley Cyrus cover story for their December issue. Miley, of course, is asked about the scrutiny and criticism she has received for her current image and controversial moments, and dismisses it repeatedly. "I think everyone would have given anything to be me at that moment," Miley said about her infamous performance at the MTV Video Music Awards. "I was being one hundred percent true to myself…and not many people can say that."

When asked about the celebrity support she has received of late, Miley said the following:

“The support of other artists is important because there are not many people who can relate to what I’m going through right now. Kanye West is one of those people, and even Katy Perry has been so cool. It’s easy for Kanye to support me because we’re in totally separate lanes of competition, but for Katy to say that she appreciates what I’m really doing for the pop industry, that keeps you going. And I mean, who cares what the media buzz is if Kanye West is telling you that you’re the shit?”

Miley and Kanye have recorded the "Black Skinhead (Remix)" back in August following the VMAs. The song has not yet been released, but fans are eagerly anticipating it. Meanwhile, Miley continues to promote her latest album, Bangerz. On Saturday Night Live this past Saturday, she announced that she will be going on tour soon to support the release.

[via Cosmopolitan]

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