Miley Cyrus has a hit Disney show, a No.1 movie and three No.1 albums, but it seems these aren’t enough for the teen sensation as she just written and released her autobiography.
The 16-year-old tells People mag that she wrote the book in hopes that her fans will see that she “a real person just like them.”
“Most of the time you see me smiling – I mean that’s how I got my name! – but that’s not what it’s all about. Everyone goes through hardships and heartbreaks,” she says.
Like an ordinary teen, Miley revealed that she had to endure daily hazing from school bullies during sixth grade. These bullies stole her books and locked her in the school bathroom. Although Miley said she used to wish those bullies would apologize to her, she insists she doesn’t need an apology now because she has moved on and Cyrus believes they moved on as well. “It helped make me the person I am today,” Miley adds.
Also in the book is the story about her first love, whom she calls “Prince Charming.” Miley also adds that her “family is a huge part of this book because they were involved in the process and we talked a lot about what I was going to write about.”
When asked why open about her secrets now, Cyrus explained, “I want my fans to feel closer to me.”