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Miley Cyrus in Bathing Suit Says "Thanks a Billion"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Miley Cyrus is celebrating a milestone. This week, her hit song "Flowers" became the fastest song on Spotify to reach 1 billion streams. She shared a new highlight reel on Instagram to celebrate. In it, Cyrus wore a gold swimsuit, looking stunning. She captioned the post, "Thanks a billion. I love you." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Miley Cyrus stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!


She Removes Her Makeup

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Cyrus has amazing skin, and she makes sure to take care of it. She shared some of her tips with Byrdie. Cyrus says that she always remembers to remove her makeup. "I always had really bad skin growing up, so I'm obsessed with taking care of my skin. No matter what, I don't pass out in my makeup. Like I will make sure I zombie walk [to the sink], no matter how late, and wash my face, because I just think it's so important."


She Keeps Things Natural

 Cyrus tells Byrdie that she is particular about what products she puts on her skin. She says that she focuses on clean products and going natural as much as she can. "I'm so obsessed with being clean. My skin was always so bad that I felt like any time anyone else did my makeup it would just take me back. I think it's important for girls to just try and really take care of skin and keep it clean."


She Doesn't Dermaplane

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Cyrus tells Byrdie that she tried dermaplaning, and doesn't recommend it to others. "You know that famous photo of Marilyn Monroe shaving her face? I tried that once because I felt like that was a beauty secret, and it was insane. Don't shave your face, ever. I walked out looking like my brother."


She Watches Timing


Cyrus opened up about her life in an interview on Zane Lowe. She says that timing is an important thing in her life. "I think timing is everything. You know, I learned that whether that was in love or relationships or just comedy, I mean just even to, to make people laugh. To make people cry. There's a timing to all of it. And when you lose that timing and that connection and that awareness of, okay, I'm sensing what you're feeling, you're sensing when I'm feeling. Hmm. When you lose that, I think that's what's kind of been causing some of this anxiety and fear because there's an unknowingness of the response. You lose that when you're talking through a screen."


She Wants To Appease Her Audience

Cyrus wants her fans to see her as a human. She tells Zane Lowe that she releases songs that are relatable to others. "You feel less alone when you listen to songs like that," she explains. "And you say like, okay, this is human. I'm human. She's human. I'm human. It erases that divide between the artists and the audience. I don't like that divide. I want to be, I am my audience. Yeah. You know, and like, I don't even really like the idea of an audience. You know, I guess it's like the listener or I don't even really like the word fans."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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