Miley Cyrus took to Instagram the other day to deliver a piece of good news regarding her sixth studio album, ‘Plastic Hearts‘ and meanwhile expressed she is sick of the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the music industry by calling the new world with the COVID-19 a “circus.”
As known, a few weeks ago, Cyrus announced through her verified Instagram account with a video of herself that her album debuted at number 1 on Billboard’s Top Rock Albums chart. On January 11, she went to Instagram one more time and shared the updates regarding the issue.
The well-known artist posted a photo of herself in front of the iconic clown sign for Circus Liquor in North Hollywood while lifting her right leg up, and added a caption announcing her latest album has been on the top of the rock charts for five weeks. In her own words:
“5 weeks #1 on the rock charts w/ #PlasticHearts 💗💕 Seems like a hard time to be ‘happy’ with so much sadness surrounding all of us but the support being shown to this record can’t be overlooked.”
Cyrus, who feels highly bored with the pandemic, and sad with the latest happenings in the United States, said she is thankful for everyone listening and relating to the album in these painful days when it is so hard to be happy with the achievements. She continued:
“My love for you shoots to the moon (collects some of its magic energy) and back down to each and every person making my dream a reality.”
By referring to the COVID-19 restrictions that do not allow people to gather for concerts and etc, Cyrus said that she missed her audiences so much. The MTV Award-winning artist concluded her words by expressing her hopes that all of these come to an end:
“Although we can’t be together right now I hope you can feel my appreciation in spirit. I am constantly thinking about the time we can reunite & mosh again. I miss you so fu**ing much. Ready for this circus to come to an end. 🤡”
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