Miley Cyrus decided not to tour because of bus travel | Entertainment
Miley Cyrus has decided to quit touring because she doesn’t want to “sleep on a moving bus.”
The 30-year-old pop star worried her fans this week when she appeared to rule out doing more arena tours in an interview with British Vogue magazine. She stressed life on tour is “isolated” and singing to thousands of people “is not a given”. — but she has now spoken out to clarify her comments and to reassure her followers that she appreciates connecting with them.
In a post on Instagram, Miley explained, “For the sake of clarity, I feel more connected to my fans NOW than ever. If I win, we win.”
“Even though I don’t see them face to face at a concert every night, I feel my fans deep in my heart. I’m constantly creating and innovating new ways to stay connected with the audiences I love—without sacrificing my own.” Own essence.
“Performing for you was one of the happiest days of my life and we will continue this journey together, just as we have for the past almost two decades.
“It has nothing to do with a lack of appreciation for the fans, but with the fact that I just don’t want to get ready in the dressing room. That is the reality of life on the road.”
She added, “These looks I’ve twisted aren’t good for travel.” The archival look doesn’t fit. I just don’t want to sleep on a moving bus. It’s not the best for me right now and if you’ve followed my career you know I can always change my mind about it and that might happen.”
She said goodbye by saying, “I love you forever, I’m on my endless summer vacation right now.”
Miley previously revealed her decision to retire from live shows in her interview with Vogue, where she said, “After the last one [headline arena] When I did that, I saw it more as a question. And I can not. Not only that it’s not possible because it’s your ability, but also my wish. Do I want to live my life for the pleasure or fulfillment of others other than my own?
“As if singing to hundreds of thousands of people isn’t really what I love. There is no connection. There is no security. It’s not natural either. It’s so isolating because when you’re in front of 100,000 people, you’re alone.”
The Wrecking Ball hitmaker’s last arena appearance was the 2015 Bangerz Tour.