She might have succeeded in being the epitome of ‘chilled’ at the MTV EMAs this weekend, but singer Miley Cyrus is having ‘meltdowns’ about her upcoming tour.
The singer is due to kick off a series of North American dates on February 14 in Vancouver but she’s extremely anxious about fans not attending the shows.
"I'm ready to be on tour already. I wish I could skip past all the tours and all the rehearsals and all that and how many meltdowns 'cause I get very anxious," she told MTV News.
“It keeps getting better and obviously I'm excited about my tour. I get nervous that I'm gonna get there and no one's going to show up, but hopefully some people show up.”
The 20-year-old wants fans to see her “different world” and she hopes they will appreciate her vision. She said the inspiration for the shows is to create an environment where she feels at home, because she feels like an outsider most of the time.
"I just want everything I do to feel like people going to a different world because people always make it seem I don't fit in to what this normal kind of world is,” Miley explained. “So I want to take people out of the normal world and go into my world. I think that's part of why I was inspired to have this alien theme for the EMAs. I just want it to feel like anything is possible and everything goes in the arena when I'm there, I'm pro everything. Everyone's loved. Everyone's accepted."
Meanwhile, the controversial singer has stripped down once again in her music video for ‘Real and True’.
Cyrus released the clip for her new single with rapper Future yesterday.
The space-themed video was directed by English filmmaker John Rankin Waddell, better known as Rankin, and features Future on a distant planet where he stumbles upon Miley appearing unconscious in a space suit.
The singer is resurrected and begins writhing inside a glass room, wearing a silver bodysuit and covered in glitter, while close-ups reveal what Celebuzz reports is Miley wearing little more than silver body paint.
The video ends with the frame going up in flames as Miley dances.
The four-and-a-half minute clip, also featuring English singer Mr. Hudson, inspires images from Miley's last release.
The pop star was subject of intense scrutiny after she appeared in the nude while atop a Wrecking Ball in the video for her single by the same name.