Miley Cyrus Reportedly Feels at Peace for First Time in the Last Few Years Amid COVID-19 Crisis

Odette Odendaal
Mar 31, 2020
06:00 A.M.
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Miley Cyrus finds a sense of inner peace and a new way of connecting to her fans in the "outside world" while in self-isolation due to the coronavirus pandemic.


The 27-year-old "Wrecking Ball" singer is quarantining at home with her newly rescued dog named Bo, and through the need to connect, Miley found a way that has her feeling "more in touch" than ever.

Miley Cyrus attends the Saint Laurent Mens Spring Summer 20 Show on June 06, 2019, in Paradise Cove Malibu, California. | Source: Getty Images.


As people began self-isolating, Miley created the "Bright Minded" Instagram Live series, and she spoke to Apple Music's Zane Lowe on the connection the series created with her fans as she said:

“Even you and I just having this chat feels less alone. I just, I feel like I connected more with the outside world inside than I did on the outside.”

During their FaceTime chat, Miley admitted that she missed the "safety" of spending time with, and being around her family.


Connecting with her fans daily as she had during her "Hannah Montana" days, is something Miley cherishes being able to do again and added:

“This is the most at peace and fulfilled that I’ve been in the last few years."

As priorities shift during this time, it also had Miley "thinking a lot" about the choices she's made in her life. Admitting that they haven't always been "the finest," she wouldn't change a thing, because it brought her to the "fulfilling" point in her life where she is now.


Enjoying her time at home with Bo, she recently adopted him from The Wagmor Luxury Spa, Hotel & Rescue in California.

During one of her "Bright Minded" episodes, Miley shared that she named him after her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, who had the nickname Bo in high school.


The Instagram series is also a way for Miley to reconnect with close friends like Demi Levato. The pair share a longtime friendship, and due to their hectic life schedules, they've sometimes drifted apart before reconnecting again.

Earlier this month, Miley decided to cancel her bushfire relief concert in Australia. Miley said that even though she felt "so disappointed," she had to adhere to the recommendations set by the authorities for the sake of everyone involved.


After President Trump declared a national emergency, Miley Cyrus appealed to her followers to be considerate of each other, especially when it comes to panic-buying.

The singer reminded her fans that it is difficult to be rational and to "make smart decisions" when panicking. Stocking up in excess can lead to shortages, and Miley is sure that if people take care of each other, there will be enough supplies to go around for everyone.


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