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Miley Cyrus turns the air into blue as she says Glastonbury has changed her life

Miley Cyrus attributed to Glastonbury that she had changed her life in the speech that she embarrassed in her set.

The American star, 26, came on Sunday night at the Pyramid stage.

She spoke to the assembled: "I just want to tell you in many ways that this play has drastically changed my life.

– A lot of hard work, lots of dedication and many victims.

"Both of my parents, who are currently in the stage, have learned that this is the only way that anything will happen to you."

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Miley Cyrus (Aaron Chown / PA)
Miley Cyrus (Aaron Chown / PA)

She continued: "My dad had an amazing analogy for me.

"He said you're going to sit on a bicycle and go to the top of the hill and see how fast you go down the hill and it will be easy.

– Now do the same, sit on that bicycle and go uphill – it will not do it for you.

"You will have to do your f ******, and you will feel it the next day ******, but it will be worth it because you did something.

– You did something you thought you could not. And that's what I do. "

Cyrus, who was dressed in tight black trousers and a cropped white top with a belt that spoke the word Glastonbury in the studio, said, "I watched The Killers from home last night, which they roared so scared me.

"Every day I ask the universe:" Give me something that scares me and then I'm going to do it, so today it's Mother ***** Glastonbury.

The singer began her set with Nothing Breaks Like A Heart and Back to Black with Mark Ronson, and later she joined Lil Nas X and her father Billy Ray Cyrus for the performance of Old Town Roada.

Other songs during Cyrus' play include Jolene, Party In USA, Mother's Daughter and Wrecking Ball.

– The Press Association

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