Miley Cyrus can buy herself flowers, but she can’t sleep on the bus.
The “Wrecking Ball” singer won’t be touring for her album “Endless Summer Vacation” because she doesn’t want to miss out on the comfort of being in her own home.
“This has nothing to do with not appreciating the fans and I don’t want to prepare everything in the locker room. That’s the truth of life on the road,” Cyrus explained in a lengthy statement he wrote on the iPhone Notes app and shared on Instagram Wednesday.
The 30-year-old pop star said her fashion choices weren’t made for tour bus life and she didn’t want to have to sleep in a moving vehicle while traveling from city to city.
“These looks I’ve been getting aren’t going very well. Archive views are not folding. I just don’t want to sleep in a moving bus,” he wrote.
But Cyrus has made it absolutely clear that her decision not to tour has nothing to do with her fans and that she feels “connected” to them “more than ever” NOW.
“When I win, WE win. ❤️Even though I don’t see them face to face at a concert every night, my fans hear it deeply,” she wrote. “I’m constantly creating and developing new ways to stay connected with the audiences I love without sacrificing my own core qualities.”
The “Hannah Montana” star stated that performing for her fans gave her “some of the best days” of her life.
We will continue this journey together as we have done for the last twenty years.”
While going on tour is currently unlikely for Cyrus, he has assured his followers that it will not be completely off the table in the future.
“If you’ve been following my career, you know I’m always changing, and how I feel about it can change,” she wrote. “I love you forever, I’m just on My Endless Summer Vacation.”
He wrote “A message from Miley ❤️” and captioned the post “Sent from Heaven”, clearly saluting the “So close to Heaven but so far from everyone” quote from the “Endless Summer Vacation” song “Island”. ”
The comments section of the post was flooded with supportive messages from fans.
“He grants Vegas residency, queen! Set those boundaries! Are you doing it!” A hopeful fan commented.
“We love you getting back to us as soon as possible,” a second person wrote.
An insightful netizen added, “I’m just disappointed that I never saw you but that’s understandable, touring life seems monotonous and boring.”
“Take care of yourself, we love you very much and will always be here,” insisted another.
“I’ll be there FRONT AND CENTER as soon as you’re ready 😌,” one commenter wrote.
The Instagram post comes days after Cyrus said in a viral British Vogue interview that when she sang “for hundreds of thousands of people” she had no “will” to hit the road because there was no “connection” or “safety”.
Released on March 10, his final studio album debuted at number 3 on the Billboard 200 following the record-breaking success of its lead single “Flowers”.
In May, the song became the fastest song to reach 1 billion streams in Spotify history.
Cyrus made her tour debut in 2007 with the “Best of Both Words” tour.
But it’s been almost ten years since he last set off for the 2014 “Bangerz” tour.
But it has since held limited runs in North America alongside festivals like Glastonbury in 2019 and Lollapalooza Brazil in 2022.