Demi Lovato: “I Have Nothing in Common” With Miley Cyrus

Demi Lovato and Miley Cyrus
Demi Lovato called into a radio program on Monday, Nov. 24, where she admitted that she and fellow Disney alum Miley Cyrus are no longer pals. Jason Kempin/Getty Images (2)

She really don't care! Demi Lovato addressed the status of her relationship with her former best friend and fellow Disney darling Miley Cyrus while fielding fans' questions on Boston's The TJ Show on Monday, Nov. 24.

One caller asked Lovato whether she and Cyrus were still pals, which was followed by an awkward response from the "Heart Attack" singer. After a long pause, Lovato responded: "Umm, yeah… that. We're like, acquaintances."

The Sonny With a Chance star, 22, then attempted to explain why she and the former Hannah Montana actress had drifted away from each other. "Yeah, it's life and people change," Lovato reasoned. "And you, know, I don't have anything in common with her anymore, and I wish her all the best."

Lovato and Cyrus, 22, rose to fame as Disney Channel stars, alongside the Jonas Brothers (Nick, Joe, and Kevin) and Wizards of Waverly Place star Selena Gomez.

Demi Lovato and Miley Cyrus
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While Cyrus has embraced her megastar lifestyle — complete with a rather risque birthday party this past weekend — Lovato has long maintained a low-key profile in Hollywood. Hours after she appeared on the radio show Monday, Lovato tweeted: "I feel like I don't fit in with Hollyweird at all and I'm actually kind of proud/happy about that."

This was not Lovato's first time discussing her fellow Disney grads. In a November 2013 interview with Entertainment Weekly, she commented on Cyrus' outrageous and wild lifestyle: "She's having fun and figuring out who she is, and this is the age when that happens," she mused. "I think that… [long pause and a smile] she's doing her own thing. Good for her."

As for her former close pal and fellow pop superstar Gomez? Lovato admitted in an August 2014 appearance on Watch What Happens Live that she no longer follows the 22-year-old singer on social media. "I think it's just one of those things where people change and people grow apart," she noted.

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