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Miley Cyrus didn't make 'a single dime' off infamous Bangerz tour which featured 78 shows

Miley Cyrus didn't make 'a single dime' off infamous Bangerz tour which featured 78 shows

The Climb singer recently got candid about the 'outlandish' tour and the fact that 'nobody supported' her creative vision.

Miley Cyrus claims Bangerz tour was a self-funded 'investment in herself' and that she ‘didn’t make a dime’ from it.

Over the past few weeks, the singer-songwriter has been active on TikTok, posting interview-style videos to curate her new 'Used To Be Young' series.

During the course of the series, the 30-year-old has reflected on her 2009 Teen Choice Awards performance and how it felt to fall in love with her ex-husband, Liam Hemsworth.

Despite the 'outlandish' tour making $69.9 million (£49 million), NME reports, in one of the latest clips, Cyrus admitted that she actually didn’t end up making any money from it.

Speaking in a TikTok video, the 'Flowers' singer said: “The Bangerz tour was an investment in myself. I didn’t make a dime on this tour because I wanted the tour to be excellent.

“When everyone kept saying, ‘Why are you doing this? You’re going to do like 100 shows and not going to make any money.’ I said, ‘There’s no one I would rather invest in than myself.’

“So I paid for it all to make it exactly what I thought I and the fans deserved,” she stated.

Miley Cyrus said people were hesitant to 'support' her 'outlandish' vision.

Reminiscing on the crazy props she had custom-built for the 78 shows, the former Disney star said: “A lot of these ideas were kind of so outlandish that no one really wanted to support me in making these pieces, so I had big puppets, oversized beds, I came out of my own face on my tongue.”

The tour - which was in aid of her fourth studio album, Bangerz - was masterminded by creative director Diane Martel.

Cyrus stated that, while planning for the 2014 show was taking place, the 'Blurred Lines' video director asked her at one point exactly how she wanted to end the show.

"[Martel] goes, ‘How would you want to end this concert?’ Like, ‘The show is so big, how do you want to end it?’ and I wanted to end it in a Truman Show reference.”

In reference to the 1998 flick, which starred Jim Carrey, 'The Climb' singer said: “So I flew out on a giant hot dog, obviously, and I left through all the clouds and the exit sign, the way Jim Carrey does because I felt like The Truman Show was really a reflection of my life.”

In a May interview with Vogue, Cyrus said that she'd carried some 'guilt and shame' about the backlash the 'Wrecking Ball' video caused.

"Now I’m an adult, I realise how harshly I was judged.” she said.

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Topics: Miley Cyrus, Disney, Music, Celebrity, TikTok, Entertainment