Miley Cyrus tells all! The "Adore You" singer, 22, took a break from creating out-there artwork, declaring her love for pizza, and hanging out with her pets to answer a questionnaire with Marie Claire, which ran on Wednesday, Jan. 14.
Cyrus spilled on her likes and dislikes, revealing one of her biggest phobias and reflecting on her past. The boundary-pushing performer said she totally gets the appeal of "jeggings," explaining, "They're the best invention! Even though they have kind of ruined jeans."
She is less than enthusiastic about a geek chic sandal, though, spilling, "I don't get Birkenstocks because I was in high school when they were cool and they remind me of being a nerd. I just don't understand how they made such a comeback so quick. I think it's 'cause Céline and Givenchy started making them, so everyone's like, We can do a Birkenstock."
While Cyrus says she's honest about everything — "Too honest, I've been told" — she did admit that she will see a need for fibbing in her future. "I'm definitely gonna lie about my age at some point," the grown-up child star said. "Even though people are gonna already know how old I am."
As to where she is now, Cyrus said she's excited about her future. "I have a lot of options of what I could do in my life," the Hannah Montana alum said. "My next album is gonna be really fun. I think I'm going to do a lot of cool things by the time I'm only 25. Then I have longer to do some other really cool things."
Cyrus also reflected on the things she's already done, cringing at some choices from her past. "I had some shady wardrobe choices when I was about 16 to 18," the star admitted. "I wore this hippie outfit to Justin Bieber's Never Say Never premiere that I'm like, 'Girl, who told you' — It was not Woodstock, it was a premiere."
Other highlights from her interview? She has a pig named simply Pig whom she cannot be without, and whose nails she paints, and she has some eccentric food preferences. "I'm better now but not that much better," she said. "I didn't eat anything green until I was 18. I only ate yellow food."
The seemingly fearless singer also revealed one major phobia that she had to work to overcome. "I wouldn't even fly when I was a kid," she said. "I would drive from Nashville to California or Canada. [Skydiving] actually got me over my fear of flying. If something is ever going down and I gotta jump out, I know how to work a parachute."