Cindy Clark, USA Today
Once again, Miley Cyrus has left little to the imagination.
The 21-year-old singer/headline maker appears on the cover of the March issue of W magazine in the flesh, straddling a white pillow and sporting bleached eyebrows -- a look she's sported before, mind you.
And in the accompanying interview -- written by Ronan Farrow, who has been making his own news of late -- she talks style and sexuality.
"I just don't get what half the girls are wearing. Everyone to me seems like Vanna White,"
says Cyrus of her peers within the industry. "I'm trying to tell girls,
like, '(expletive) that. You don't have to wear makeup. You don't have
to have long blonde hair and big (expletive). That's not what it's
about. It's, like, personal style.' I like that I'm associated with
sexuality and the kind of punk-rock (expletive) where we just don't
Her style inspirations? "Like Madonna or Blondie or Joan Jett
- Jett's the one that I still get a little shaky around. She did what I
did in such a crazier way. I mean, girls then weren't supposed to wear
leather pants and, like, (expletive) rock out. And she did."
also talks about having trouble with friends: "I have a lot of people
that I could call and hang out with, but I have very few friends, if
that makes any sense. Like, I just don't tell a lot of people anything.
Everyone's always like, 'You're so sketch.'"
Cyrus says at this
point, she's got nothing left to prove: "You know, I've made my money.
If no one buys my album, cool. It's fine. I've got a house, and I've got
dogs that I love. I don't need anything else."
More from Miley:
On haters: "Anyone that hates on you is below you, because they're just jealous of what you have."
On dating: "I don't need you to impress me."
On guys watching porn: "Guys watch too much porn...those girls don't exist."
Her similarities to Blanche from A Streetcar Named Desire: "I'm Blanche to a T, complete psycho."
The legalization of marijuana: "I just want it to be back to where it's, like, organic, good weed."
The March issue of W hits newsstands Feb. 8.