Teen star Miley Cyrus evades negative press stories
London: Teen star Miley Cyrus views limited amount of TV channels and reads only filtered media reports to deviate her attention from negative articles published about her.
The 17-year-old Hannah Montana star is being off-lately impelled by her aides to defend her behaviour, after a series of raunchy performances which included simulating same-sex smooch on UK TV show Britain`s Got Talent, a news website reported.
She is being accused by critics of portraying a negative personality for her teenage fans and being a bad role model. But Cyrus relents that she is ignorant to all such upsetting stories with the help of her aides.
"I try to think of really just the positive things. My family, we`re only allowed to have 10 channels basically at our house, because we don`t want to see any of that (negative) stuff," she said.
"So the people that are around me, they bring me the good things, and I never see anything or read anything that`s bad because it`s never e-mailed to me by my manager or publicist or whoever," she added.
"That`s the job of the team that I have around me: to make sure that those things aren`t talked about," Cyrus said.
The pop-star remains adamant that she has nothing to be ashamed of and even brands herself as an "inspirational person" who makes her parents proud.
"I`m a very inspirational person. At the end of the day my parents are proud of me, and I have a feeling if your job is to bring other people down, you may not have the same response," she said.