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Cyrus says she was making history at VMAs

Miley Cyrus says in an interview clip that she doesn’t listen to the negative comments regarding her performance on the MTV Video Music Awards.

The 20-year-old pop star says she felt she and Robin Thicke were making history with the risqué performance of their hits “We Can’t Stop” and “Blurred Lines.”

The comments were Cyrus’ first since the Aug. 25 show. The clip was recorded last week and posted Tuesday morning on MTV’s website.

Cyrus compares the performance to that of Madonna and Britney Spears, who once kissed on air.

Cyrus says she’s surprised people were still talking about it.

“You’re thinking about it more than I thought about it when I did it. I didn’t even think about it because that’s just me,” she said.

– Associated Press

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