Oct 09, 2013 08:27 AM EDT
Miley Cyrus Thought Of Going To NYU?
How hard would it be for you to imagine Miley Cyrus in a classroom, portraying the quintessential dedicated student?
In an interview with Rolling Stone, the pop superstar revealed that she considered enrolling at New York University to study photography post quitting 'Hannah Montana', the hit Disney show in 2011, reports Contact Music.
"Once I ended (Hannah Montana), I thought I might go to Nyu or something and study photography. Or to Savannah - they've got a really good school in Savannah. I love photography. I have a Canon 5D. I want to co-direct something soon. When they're saying, 'Change this lens to this millimeter,' I want to know what they're talking about," Cyrus told Oct. 8 issue of Rolling Stone.
The 20-year-old celebrity admitted that twin billionaires Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, inspired her to take up courses at NYU.
"I'm never going to be able to go to school and have the normal life (because of her fame). I kind of like the way Mary-Kate and Ashley did it. They were bajillionaires (sic) from being these kid stars, and they decided that that wasn't the future that they wanted. So they did fashion, and they kind of blended in at Nyu. I don't think people bug them. I think in New York, it's not cool to care," said Cyrus, who was lead title character for five years in the hit Disney Show.
However, the Wrecking Ball singer eventually decided to call off the idea and instead focused on her music comeback.
Miley has been setting tabloids on fire with her scandalous twerking, music videos and photoshoots.
Recently, Grand Valley State University (GVSU) in Michigan was forced to remove a long-standing hanging sculpture after students were found imitating Cyrus' latest 'Wrecking Ball' music video, naked.
Cyrus' nudity is not only limited to her music videos but also extends to her photo shoots. In a recent raunchy photo shoot with Terry Richardson, Cyrus flashes her breasts and butt, which has become her signature style, reports Huffington Post.
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