There is more to worry about than my sexy `We Can`t Stop` video, says Miley Cyrus
London: Miley Cyrus has opened up about her controversial tape for new single `We Can`t Stop`, saying that the last thing the world should be worried about is her video.
The clip, which shows the former `Hannah Montana` star dancing suggestively, simulating oral sex and wearing a series of barely-there outfits, broke records by getting 10.7million views in 24 hours, last month.
Miming the explicit moves that have been cut from the clip in the UK, the singer told the Sun that they put a big X over her mouth and have took out literally everything.
She revealed that she thought the video wasn`t bad, but then MTV in the UK sent, around 18 notes asking for changes.
Cyrus, who is engaged to Aussie actor Liam Hemsworth, also defended her hard-partying reputation, saying it is justified.