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Miley Cyrus Has A New Song On Her Album Titled “Inspire” A.K.A. “The Climb” 2.0

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This is not a drill.



This is not a drill.



Miley Cyrus dropped a couple of bombs during her recent interview on the Zach Sang Show. Let's start with the bad news: during a game of "marry, eff, kill," Miley was asked to choose between “7 Things,” “The Climb” and “Wrecking Ball.” She’d marry “The Climb” because “it still has a message I’m down with,” eff “7 Things” and kill would be “Wrecking Ball.” KILL "WRECKING BALL?!" Why’s that? “That’s something you can’t take away,” she says of the song's video. “Swinging around naked on a wrecking ball lives forever. Once you do that in the amass that I did it’s forever. I’m never living that down. I will always be the naked girl on the wrecking ball.”

Pop music blasphemy, but understandable.

Now for the good news: Miley revealed there's a new song on her forthcoming album titled "Inspire," which she describes as another "The Climb." “['Inspire'] is my new, older ‘Climb’ for me.”

"The Climb" is one of my favorite Miley songs of all time, so this is terribly exciting.

Watch below:



If you still didn't get your Miley fix, check out 30-minutes more from that same interview where she talks about "Malibu," sobriety and Liam Hemsworth:



Revisit "The Climb."



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