I didn’t want to shove myself in everybody’s face. I don’t want to be that girl that people are like, ‘Oh my god, did you see what she was wearing?’ I don’t relate to that. I enjoy it when other people do it, but I’ve always wanted it to be more about the music and sort of a gradual transition of me actually coming into my own. I’m such a fucking lady.
Ariana Grande on Miley Cyrus’ career (x)
I don’t know why people are so shocked by me. I guess it’s because of the character I played so long being such a goody two-shoes. But I also think that people have a misrepresentation of me as a person because I’m friendly and I like to meet people and I like to talk to people and make people laugh. Sometimes people can confuse my niceness for weakness in a way — or ditziness or stupidity. But it doesn’t go hand-in-hand in that way, you know what I mean?