Miley Cyrus gave a very candid interview on the Call Her Daddy podcast about her first sexual experiences and the first time she and ex-husband Liam had sex, saying that she lied about it being her first time with a man so she "didn't seem like a loser."
The episode which described Miley as "The daddy of all daddies", dropped at midnight and already making big waves, as Miley had a very open conversation with podcast host Alexandra Cooper about her sexuality and first sexual experiences.
Miley told the show that she had always been attracted to women and that her first sexual experiences were with friends of hers.
"The first time I ever hooked up with anyone was with a girl, two of them," she told the show. "When I was 11 or 12 my friends were starting to tell me what they were doing with guys and I didn't really understand it.
"So I got most of my girl friends to hook up with me" she continued. "I was attracted to girls way before I was ever attracted to guys... When I was like 11-years-old I thought Minnie Mouse was super f***ing hot."
"I didn’t go all the way with a dude until I was 16," she said. "But I ended up marrying the guy, so that's pretty crazy... "I lied and said he wasn't the first so I didn't seem like a loser."
She told the podcast that the only person she could think of at the time was a friend of hers, but years later one of Hemsworth's friends married the person she had lied about so she had to come clean to Hemsworth.
"It was a lie that I held on to for like 10 years," she told the podcast, adding that she still values her relationship with Hemsworth, despite the pair no longer being together.
"The relationship I had for 10 years was an amazing time in my life," she continued. "I love who I am so much right now if any of those things hadn't happened I'm not sure that I would be the same person."
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