Miley Cyrus on bf Liam Hemsworth: “we’re deeper than normal people”


Whenever I sit down and watch or read a Miley Cyrus interview, I feel like I’m being slowly lobotomized. Why does she always sound like she mid-gum-smack? It’s not even that she’s chewing gum, that’s just the way she talks, and no one has told her that she needs to work on her speech and diction. But I digress – so, I sat down and read this new Teen Vogue interview with Miley and her boyfriend Liam Hemsworth, all for their film together, The Last Song. I have to say, when you’re just reading her words and not hearing her voice, it’s not as bad. Note this about the interview (full piece here): it was supposed be an interview with both Liam and Miley, and see how much Miley talks over Liam:

TEEN VOGUE: Miley, before you went to Georgia to film The Last Song, you had just gotten out of a relationship. How did you change over the next few months?
MILEY CYRUS: In L.A., I had so many security blankets, people helping me with everything. I tried to book my friend a flight, and I didn’t know how because I was used to someone doing it for me. I didn’t want a babysitter anymore. I came to Tybee Island crying harder than I had ever cried in my life—and I left with the biggest smile on my face.

TEEN VOGUE: What were your first impressions of each other?
MILEY CYRUS: He’s really tall. I thought, Either I’m going to have to be in heels or standing on something for this entire movie! He definitely showed chivalry: I remember him opening the door for the director, and I was like, Wow.
LIAM HEMSWORTH: I have very good parents (laughs). It was funny—working with Miley was a lot easier than I thought it was going to be. From the first time we read, it was like I had known her before.

TEEN VOGUE: So, you had chemistry right away?
MILEY CYRUS: Yeah. I think we’re both deeper than normal people—what they think and how they feel. He’s very grateful for what he has, but he doesn’t let it go to his head. I’m like that too.

TEEN VOGUE: How many people did you read with?
MILEY CYRUS: Only three. The audition process is so intense.
LIAM HEMSWORTH: Basically, you’re thrown into a room and judged.
MILEY CYRUS: It’s like American Idol, but worse.

TEEN VOGUE: Isn’t that pretty much every day in Los Angeles?
MILEY CYRUS: Uh-huh, but you pay your bills with what they say.
LIAM HEMSWORTH: At the start of this year, I flew to L.A. to do a screen test for a film [Thor] that my brother ended up getting. There are a billion people there trying to do what we do.

TEEN VOGUE: You seem very at ease with each other.
MILEY CYRUS: Honestly, people do not always get along on set, so for two people to want to be together this much …

TEEN VOGUE: Just you, Liam, and the 3 million fans in Georgia.
MILEY CYRUS: I’m happy to meet them, and it’s flattering, but I couldn’t focus. Can you imagine someone at their office—like at a computer—and people are chanting at them while they’re trying to work?
LIAM HEMSWORTH: The first day, I walked out, and one end of the beach was blocked off for fans—screaming kids. I’d never seen that before. It was quite amazing.
MILEY CYRUS: Sometimes you have to remember, OK, what would I have been like if I had met my favorite singer? It is exciting.

TEEN VOGUE: Speaking of music, I read that you’re giving it up?
MILEY CYRUS: The more I make music that doesn’t truly inspire me, the more I feel like I’m blending in with everyone else. So after this next album, I’m taking some time off.

TEEN VOGUE: Liam, do you sing?
LIAM HEMSWORTH: I don’t sing well.
MILEY CYRUS: It’s refreshing to work with an actor who isn’t also a singer and dancer and musician and artist and this and that. I’m sick of quadruple threats who do everything when they should stick to one thing.

TEEN VOGUE: So he’s just a threat?
MILEY CYRUS: He’s a really freaking good actor is what he is. And he’s cute—so he’s got that.

TEEN VOGUE: You guys spent New Year’s in Australia, where Liam is from. Did you have fun?
MILEY CYRUS: I’m used to being in Times Square or something like that, so having a day to chill was awesome. And I got to hang out with his family and friends and see where he grew up.

TEEN VOGUE: I hear the Hemsworths are big surfers. Did you try?
MILEY CYRUS: Nooo. I was like, I’m gonna go to Melbourne and take a shopping break.

TEEN VOGUE: You weren’t the supportive girlfriend waving from the beach?
MILEY CYRUS: No. I was the brat who didn’t watch. I’m not “cute movie” like that.

TEEN VOGUE: Your on-screen roles have been pretty cute movie so far. Now that you’re shooting the last season of Hannah Montana, will there be more of that?
MILEY CYRUS: I’m working on lots of different films: drama, action, comedy. I like challenges, so I’m doing a little bit of everything.

TEEN VOGUE: And you have a cameo in Sex and the City 2. Do you identify with any of the main characters?
MILEY CYRUS: I know everyone says Carrie, but I love Kim Cattrall, so I’ll say Samantha. I want to be her because she’s the hottest, she’s funny, and she has attitude.

TEEN VOGUE: With all of these projects winding down, maybe you’ll be able to take some time off and relax.
MILEY CYRUS: I don’t know if you noticed the past few years of my career? I don’t really believe in breaks.

[From Teen Vogue]

I know it’s none of my business, but I’m actually pretty happy that Miley is no longer playing the “I’m good Christian girl, I’m a virgin” card. She (and her team) seem to have dumped that move, and not a moment too soon. Because this girl is 17 years old and she’s having sex with the boyfriend she loves. Which is fine. At 17, if that’s what you want to do, do it. But don’t play with the hypocritical public image.

This Liam kid is pretty cute too. I can understand what she sees in him, and why she’s revised her priorities since she’s been with him.

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Photos of Miley and Liam courtesy of Teen Vogue. Additional pics of Miley and Liam last night at the Oscar parties.

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  1. Samantha says:

    I don’t see her appeal at all. She is such a butterface!

  2. Fire says:

    Me neither, Samantha. I think she and her family are trailer. They may have a lot of money, but they are still trailer…

  3. Lala11_7 says:

    Miley…Sweetie…I just can’t…

    “we’re deeper than normal people?!?!”…no, I can’t…I could make Einstein’s theory a PROVEN FACT before I’m able to deal with the statement Miley made in that article…

  4. Amy says:

    I know I’m a grown woman and all, but it still pisses me off when I see these two together, mostly cos I can’t stand her and think both the Hemsworth’s are gorgeous. Life’s not fair!

  5. denise says:

    i just started reading the book by nicholas sparks (sp)… anyone know when this movie comes out??

  6. naye in VA says:

    Aside from her normal teenage brattiness i really like Miley (dont hate me!) I’m much happier that she isnt playing the “im a good girl role” becuase it was clear she wasnt. And as for the “we’re deeper than other people” comment, thats sounds like the normal teenage “we’re in love and there’s never been a love like this before” bs.

    IMO shes a very pretty girl, and a fairly decent actress. If she doesnt turn into a Lindsey Lohan or let her head blow up any bigger i think she’ll have a decent career

  7. hater from siloam springs says:

    She was almost a cute kid, but somehow she got all the bad attitude of Arnold from Facts of Life and the voice of Lucille Ball after 50 years of smoking filterless Camels.

    And none of the talent. She’s washed up at 17. She’s not even classy for cryin’ out loud.

    As bizarre as this sounds, she would do well to follow the Olsen twins into the weird nether-world of public obscurity, enjoy the millions her child-star fame has reaped for her, and figure out how to blend into the upper crust without turning into Paris Hilton.

    We would all suffer less if she was just famous for being and ex-Disney teen star who aged gracefully. Unfortunately, she’s headded down la Lohan Blvd.

  8. naye in VA says:

    and as for her “trailer” family, theyre a whole lot better than a whole slew of disfunctional tight ass famewhoring families in Hollywood. At least they support each other. Thats rare in a lot of families today.

  9. Steeze says:

    this kid deeply annoys me. she speaks as if she has marbles in her mouth. skanks it up with her wardrobe. seems to think shes better than other people and has no humility. i hope someone puts her in her place soon… (sorta like radiohead did!)

  10. vocality says:

    “I’m sick of quadruple threats who do everything when they should stick to one thing.”

    Pot calling the kettle black there, Miley.

    Does anyone else not think at the Oscars that when her and Amanda presented the award, Miley just talked over her? And saying that Amanda and her were nervous, when really Amanda didn’t look all that fussed. Maybe it was just me who seen that.

  11. Laurie says:

    “we’re deeper than normal people”. Did I seriously just read that?! PS. If you are so full of yourself Miley, at least stand up straight in your Oscar gown. You look like a fool!

  12. TxGal says:

    Yeap, her posture is pretty bad. Has no class. Still immature in my opinion. Pleas stop chewing gum when you are being interview.

  13. daysmom says:

    You know, not to say that I’m a golden angel here, because I will definitely chime in with my opinions or how people dress or act, etc. etc..but when did we, as grown-ass adults feel it necessary to absolutely cut down, belittle, and trash talk little kid and teenage celebrities? I understand that they dress way beyond their years, or say or do things that are not deemed appropriate, but what do they know? They are kids!! I certainly thought I knew EVERYTHING when I was that age, and looking back, I realize what a brat I was!
    But what happened to us? As adults and as a society, instead of recognizing that underneath the makeup and hair and handlers, these are still just kids who are learning their way and making the same mistakes we did, but they’re stuck under a bigger microscope than we ever were. Instead of being forgiving with the things they do and say, we instead call them “whores”, “butterfaces”, and “skanks”?
    Since when is that ok? I”ll get off my soapbox now, but maybe it’s something to think about…..

  14. Stella says:

    She can’t get her lips over her horse teeth so her mouth is always open — so unattractive.

  15. Annicka says:

    “Deeper than normal people”? Miley, you’re about as deep as a puddle of flea piss.

  16. Victoria says:

    Oh my God Steeze I agree with you! Ive always thought she talks like she has marbles in her mouth!

  17. john doe says:


    I’ve stepped in puddles deeper than these two.

  18. Weeble says:

    Annicka’s comment. That is all.

  19. Tory says:

    If you have to make a point of saying how “deep” you are, chances are you’re not really.
    (And I’m still mad at her b/c every time I went to my favorite restaurant on Tybee last summer, she and her posse had cleaned the place out!Couldn’t get a decent pizza for months!)

  20. Fire says:

    naye in VA – So, you don’t think they are dysfunctional trailer park famewhores? Guess you forgot about a then 16 year old Miley pole dancing at the Teen Choice Awards?

    And her 9 year old little sister dressing up basically like a hooker for Halloween

    and performing Akon’s Smack That (not lyrics I would want my 9 year old daughter repeating)

    Yes, their parents are supportive, but look at what they are supporting. None of that is age-appropriate AT ALL.

  21. lastwordlinda says:

    “Normal” being the operative word.

  22. snapdragon says:

    she is too young for that bustier top…what is wrong with her parents?

  23. danielle says:

    uuuhhhh “deeper than normal people?!?”

    I like her hair straightened like that tho.

  24. Whatever says:

    She is a huge butterface. She is about as deep as a birdbath.

  25. Iggles says:

    Annicka – You’re awesome. Truer words have never been spoken!

  26. Alexis says:

    Ah, yes…celeb-psychology or existential musings are lethal.

  27. noonoo says:

    Of course she isn’t deep and she has a massive delusions of grandeur but maybe, maybe, at least her dress sense will improve while she dates an aussie?

  28. kimberly says:

    it’s nice to know that the bell rang and her 15 minutes are up in the spotlight.

    She really wants everyone to think she’s mature and adult-like, but she just shows her age whenever she opens her mouth.

  29. The Bobster says:

    Only in America can a homely pan-faced girl with a voice like a kazoo become a superstar.

  30. GatsbyGal says:

    What is a typical “deep” conversation for them? Somehow I imagine it involves a lot of pauses, “like”s and “y’know”s. Uggghhhh. So trailer trash.

  31. Angia says:

    You can’t help but think you are deeper than other people if you are surrounded with shallow people. Hollywood <3

  32. Emily says:

    Vocality, I thought the same thing! Seyfried looked fine, she should’ve been given more lines than Miley! But then, Miley’s a “quadruple threat”, so she can do anything “normal people” can’t.

  33. Mary says:

    Annika: agreed!

    Trailer-trash, dumb, bad genes and a creepy dad who apparently thinks it’s cute to have pole-dancing, underage daughters. Puke!!

  34. Snarf says:

    She’s annoying but I don’t find her particularly any more aggravating than other young celebs.

    As for her boyfriend, we saw a trailer for The Last Song and one of my friends said it might be worth going to see for that vollyball scene alone.

  35. ViktoryGin says:

    Damn, I wish I had an Aussie boyfriend.

    Hmmm. I don’t think that she appeals to the adult market enough to make her transition into adult roles easy. I hope that she’s fiscally conservative because she’s got some potentially hard years coming up. No one is going to want to cast Hannah Montana as the angst-ridden, emotionally volatile but gifted teen in that new darling of an indie flick.

  36. j. ferber says:

    Bobster, you are spot on. She is pan-faced. That’s the perfect phrase to describe her face. I think she does have charisma and she does work a lot. I think that’s about it for the compliments. Her accent really will limit her roles in the future (as will her lack of talent as an actress). Maybe she’ll do a sit com because you don’t have to be particularly talented to do that (see: Jennifer Aniston). Or she’ll do rom-coms (see: Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Cameron Diaz, etc.) Or she’ll continue to be a quadruple threat, a la Jennifer Lopez (until everyone grows tired of her lack of true talent). My prediction is that Miley still has a lot of mileage in her yet.

  37. Final Fantasy Still Makes Games? says:

    Ppl like Naye in VA are the reason this chick is even considered famous. Majority of her fans are teenages wishes they were adults already and the others just aren’t bright or have common sense. How the hell is her family not famewhorish when all they do is exploit their children (sexually at that)? You’re dumb; feel free to keep your mouth close from now on.

    I swear every time I see her I wanna call CPS on her dad but I’m pretty sure since his daughter is “famous” they won’t do anything. Sad state of affairs we live in….

  38. tuttle88 says:

    Doesn’t every 16yr old think their love is deeper than everyone else’s? I seem to remember that being a theme in some play or another.

  39. fizXgirl314 says:

    every idiot somehow thinks they’re deeper than the normal person because they like contemplate god and stuffs while popping their gum…

    She looks different… did she get surgery?

  40. tish says:

    wow, he’s a freeking good actor, pity he’s not as talented as you huh Miley? With your Acting AND singing… lol.
    And you are used to being in Times Sq on New years? Poor baby, nobody enjoys new years in Oz, just look at those million people around Sydney harbour having a miserable time. Ugh this chick needs to grow up and find some humility and gratitude for being related to someone who was once famous.

  41. Tru says:

    WOW!!! this girl always has to have the BEEF around, she IS like Samantha from Sex in the City…

    she is a damn maneater at 17. smdh

    I hope he gets a clue and RUNS!!!!
    the publicity is not worth it..

    she’s had more than a 25 yrs old and its allllll-right w/her parents..

    does he live with them yet??? or will she buy a place, where he is??
    shackingup at 17

  42. Lindsay says:

    Everyone has ignored the real problem – “The more I make music that doesn’t truly inspire me…” Bret Micheals is going to be crushed.

    Later on she will be looked back on as one of the great thinkers beginning of the 21st century. I can’t imagine paying to hear her talk for the length of a movie. Was the casting director deaf? I bet I could make some money selling alcohol and ear plugs to the parents dragged there by their by their kids.

    The Bobster: Voice like a kazoo a perfect description, that was great

    Daysmom: You do make a good point, to a certain extent she is fair game because she desperately wants to be in the public eye. But I do agree those terms shouldn’t be used to talk about anyone really but certainly not a kid. If you are going to act like an adult and try to make people think of you as an adult then, you get treated like one.

    Lala: “I could make Einstein’s theory a PROVEN FACT”
    Don’t waste your time, it is a proven fact. In science that is what theory means. It doesn’t mean a guess of why something happened – like it does in common use. Natural laws and theories for lack of a better metaphor “highest level” of scientific discovery. Nothing personal against you. I don’t know why it bothers me when people use it wrong but it just does. Not as much as this girl though.

  43. CB Rawks says:

    “Only in America can a homely pan-faced girl with a voice like a kazoo become a superstar.”

    AHAAHAA! *Bows down to The Bobster.*

    Oh yes Vocality, I also totally noticed that Miley tried to drag Amanda down with her. It made me feel all slappy.

  44. Lisa says:

    Aaaarrgghhh! Miley, stop hunching your shoulders! And wear a top that fits. And get off my lawn! lol.

  45. Lway says:

    Miley is about as deep as a puddle.

  46. KLaw says:

    Daysmom – I agree. I know I did all kinds of crazy things at Miley’s age, but at least I could hide them and learn! Poor girl. She doesn’t deserve all this scrutiny. Her parents are the ones that dropped her in the spotlight and now she doesn’t know anything else.

  47. Kelly says:

    Blame her horrid pimp parents. She’s 17, she thinks deep is something that comes all the way up to your ankles and just doesnt know any better, because no one has bothered to tell her. Just as long as she keeps those registers ringing.

    People should generally be quiet until they’re thirty. Am I right, fellow crusty types??? You betcha.

  48. Dani says:

    “deeper than normal people”

    Finally, proof that Miley Cyrus thinks shes better than everyone else.

    Can’t stand her.

  49. Godzilla says:

    She’s still a kid, and she’s wrapped up in a teen romance, of course she’s going to gush about it. Did none of you experience that first flush, or are you all bitter, loveless shrews who’ll die choking on a TV dinner for one and end up being eaten by your cats?!!

    And you wonder why Life & Style think children are fair game.

  50. gg says:

    Pore thang, she don’t know no better …

  51. weslyn says:

    the only thing deeper is her wallet and that concave hole in the back of her head where the brain cells run out..this self-entitled/non-talented brat gets under my skin because there are so many other people (famous and not) that deserve the opportunities she’s been afforded..i just don’t know whom i dislike more-her or her parents for creating this monster..k sorry..that’s my rant for the week

  52. AgentM says:

    No appeal to me personally at all, but I think I may be expecting a bit too much from a manufactured meal ticket.

  53. I’m a normal person and I take offense. Well, not really. She (the person) just annoys me.

  54. Shay says:

    I chalk it up to how most teens her age are that self centered. I’m sure she’ll look back years from now and laugh. I hope.

  55. Tiegan says:

    I think Miley and Liam look so cute together. Miley is my idol. And i am obsessed with ‘The Miley and Mandy show’ it makes me crease. And Liam is full on phwoooar ;)

  56. zertistar says:

    It’s not a drama, all of us wish to stay virgin till the marriage but…nobody “REALLY” can. And that isn’t an impurity…all of us will and have sex, so why wouldn’t she? ok…if she was 13 and said she had sex it’ll be scandalous, but now she’s 18 so if she says she have sex…it’s normal, she’s an adult and that are stuffs for adults ;D