After much speculation surrounding the rumors of a feud between Miley Cyrus and her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, Miley seems to confirm the speculations. It is believed that their relationship started to strain when Billy Ray got close to his new wife, Firerose, who is also a musician. Although neither Miley nor Billy Ray have addressed the rumors directly, Billy Ray’s absence from the Grammys and Miley’s acceptance speeches has fueled the fire even more.
During her Grammy acceptance speeches, Miley shared a touching story about living life on her own terms. However, she failed to mention her father, which only added to the rumors. Despite this, Miley thanked many other important people in her life, including her sister, Brandi, her boyfriend, and her mom, Trish. The absence of her father’s mention has made people question the state of their relationship.
In a recent interview with British Vogue, Miley Cyrus revealed that she is no longer interested in touring and has no plans to do so in the near future. This surprising decision comes just a week after the release of her eighth studio album, “Endless Summer Vacation.” Miley explained that although she appreciates her fans’ support, touring is not something she enjoys. She finds it isolating and lacking in connection and safety.
Addressing her fans on Instagram, Miley defended her decision to end her touring career. She assured them that her choice had nothing to do with a lack of appreciation for their support. Rather, she is prioritizing her own well-being. The reality of life on the road, such as sleeping on a moving bus for months at a time, has taken a toll on her. Miley emphasized that she may change her mindset in the future and go on tour again if it feels right for her.
Despite her decision to stop touring, Miley’s new album, “Endless Summer Vacation,” is making waves in the music industry. Her fans eagerly await every new release, and her latest album has not disappointed. The album features 12 tracks, including collaborations with artists like Sia and Brandi Carlile. Several songs from the album have already climbed the charts, including “Flowers,” which reached No. 1 on the Mediabase pop radio airplay chart.