Free of labels: Miley Cyrus does not see herself as human

Posted June 25, 2017

"I want all my kids to have big weddings".

After Billy Ray Cyrus shared an Instagram photo of Miley in a white dress with the caption "I'm so happy. you are happy" in March, rumors spread the she and her boyfriend Liam Hemsworth were married.

And she's earned that respect by being authentically Miley, every step of the way-even when no one seemed to get it.

Tish explained she's "obsessed" with her future son-in-law, who proposed to Cyrus two years after the couple met in 2010 on the set of their movie, The Last Song.

Chat She sat down for her brief interview with Los Angeles-based correspondent Ross King
Chat She sat down for her brief interview with Los Angeles-based correspondent Ross King

Tish addressed her daughter's young age as a big reason she believes Cyrus should wait on uttering the words "I do" to Hemsworth, claiming, "She's 24". There's no me and them and there's no us and you. In an interview on British talk show Lorraine, Miley opened up about coming into her own and finally getting the response she's been looking for. "They are so freaking happy and living in Malibu", Tish said.

That's not to say they might not get married some day, and if/when that happens she revealed it would probably be a small, intimate ceremony.

As most people know, Cyrus has been around ever since she was a little girl. She said, "I ask him sometimes, 'Do you like being a boy?' And he's like, 'I don't really think about it.' And that's insane to me, because I think about being a girl all the time". I don't like to label people so I don't think you should do that with anything that you make. As a result, she also cares deeply about animal life and welfare, and thus, it should come as no surprise that she sees no delineation between herself and animals.