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Miley Cyrus loves to sing
Miley Cyrus has revealed she prefers singing to talking.
The 17-year-old 'Can't Be Tamed' singer believes that talking is worse for her voice then hitting the high notes while belting out a chart topper.
The former 'Hannah Montana' star told Showbizspy.com :"Singing is actually better for your voice than talking - when you talk you use the lower part of your voice, when you sing you're using a different part of your voice and actually it doesn't hurt your voice as much. It's actually better for me to not talk and sing or for me to write, so when I'm quiet, it's better in my room by myself and working on music."
The young star, who is currently dating ex-'Neighbours' actor Liam Hemsworth, also spoke about how support from her fans keeps her driven and focused.
She added: "When I'm on tour you're very much in music mode. I have guitars around me all the time, I have new ideas and you really get amped up because you're out with the fans all the time and see how your music is inspiring them so I like doing albums when I'm on tour."Posted on 11 Jun 2010 07:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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