Noah Cyrus Claims to Have Cried ‘Puddle of Tears’ after Landing Role in 'American Horror Story'
Noah Cyrus is over the moon as she recently shared a video of her name appearing in the credits of her favorite show, "American Horror Story," which she described as "surreal."
According to the 21-year-old singer, she cried a "puddle of tears" when she learned that she had been chosen to play a role in the show that helped her overcome some very dark times.
In the Instagram post, Noah explained that "American Horror Story" has been her favorite show since she was 12 and that she used to watch it with her sister Miley in the back of the bus while on tour.
The singer wrote that she started watching the show on her own and since then has watched the whole series, even more than any other show or movie, so much that she can recite the lines with the characters.
Michael Jackson's daughter Paris was also chosen for a role.
OVERCOMING HER DEMONS
Noah also opened up about the dark years of her life, from 13 to 17, in which she battled with depression and body dysmorphia, leaving her lost and insecure. She recalled:
"My body dysmorphia and depression were just eating away at my soul. It was so much pain for such a little body. but something about the show gave me comfort."
Noah remembered people asking if she ever considered acting instead of a music career, but she used to tell them that she would only do it if it meant that she could appear in "American Horror Story."
A FELLOW MUSICIAN ON THE SET
The 21-year-old also thanked those responsible for giving her the opportunity to live her dream and that it meant the entire world to her. However, she isn't the only musician who has starred in the franchise.
Michael Jackson's daughter Paris was also chosen to play Maya in the two-episode premiere of the spin-off "American Horror Stories."
According to her, her godfather and "Home Alone" star Macaulay Culkin helped her get the role by giving her directions on making the best of impressions in the audition.
The 40-year-old told her to overdo it at certain points during the scene she was asked to perform, overacting and making it much more theatrical than it needed to be, which turned out to be fantastic advice.
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