Miley Cyrus Just Revealed She Had A Sobriety Setback During The Pandemic
Miley Cyrus has had her fair share of notable moments in the spotlight, from her stint as a star on Disney Channel to her over-the-top performances on stage. Her marriage to longtime boyfriend Liam Hemsworth and their eventual divorce was also highly publicized as was her later relationship with singer Cody Simpson. But aside from her work and love life, Cyrus has also been open about her relationship with alcohol and her efforts to remain sober. While they were together, both she and Simpson found a way to maintain sobriety, but Cyrus has now opened up the recent setback she experienced in quarantine.
Miley Cyrus recently admitted that while in quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic, she “fell off” from sobriety. The singer and actress got real when explaining that she wouldn’t sit back and lie about remaining sober throughout these last several months:
During her interview on Apple’s New Music Daily with Zane Lowe, Miley Cyrus went onto say that she’s now sober again. Despite hitting a bump in the road, she says she’s accepted that time, and she’s choosing not to be angry with herself:
Cyrus further explained that she doesn’t have a problem with drinking, in particular. For her, the battle is with her behavior when she’s under the influence:
Having just turned 28, Miley Cyrus is more than aware that making it past 27 is a major accomplishment, given that so many musical talents lost their lives to addiction at that age:
Cyrus’ makes a poignant observation in that Hollywood has seen so many talents leave before their time due to addiction. That’s probably why she and stars like Demi Lovato have rarely shied away from being open and honest about their personal battles. It’s good to see that Cyrus is once again sober and, hopefully, her sentiments may help someone else who may be dealing with a similar situation.
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