Miley Cyrus reveals she has ‘no desire’ to tour again

Miley Cyrus has revealed she has ‘no desire’ to tour again, ruling out headline tour in support of recent album Endless Summer Vacation.

The Flowers hitmaker, 30, went out on her last world tour in 2014 for her album Bangerz.

Speaking to British Vogue, Miley said: ‘After the last [headline tour] I did, I kind of looked at it as more of a question,’ Miley shared, adding: ‘And I can’t.’

‘Not only can’t,’ she continued, ‘because can’t is your capability, but my desire. Do I want to live my life for anyone else’s pleasure or fulfillment other than my own?’

Miley explained that she prefers to sing for family and friend in a more intimate setting. 

Shock: Miley Cyrus has revealed she has ‘no desire’ to tour again, ruling out headline tour in support of recent album Endless Summer Vacation

The singer, who released her latest album in March, continued: ‘Like, singing for hundreds of thousands of people isn’t really the thing that I love. There’s no connection. There’s no safety.’ 

She added: ‘It’s also not natural. It’s so isolating because if you’re in front of 100,000 people, then you are alone.’

It comes after Miley dropped the music video for Jaded on Tuesday.

She frolics topless and in several swimsuits throughout the dreamy landscape of the third video from her latest album, Endless Summer Vacation, which she released in March.

The Wrecking Ball hitmaker sings about regret from a past relationship in the lyric: ‘We went to Hell, but we never came back, I’m sorry that you’re jaded,’ while looking anything but jaded.

She showed off her toned figure and tattoos in a metallic gold one-piece swimsuit, a black swimsuit with sexy cutouts and a bedazzled black bra.

The Party in the U.S.A. songstress brought back her brunette hair for the first time since her Hannah Montana days.

In the video, Miley lounges topless in bed with her arms across her chest and sunbathes by a swimming pool with a brilliant blue sky and palm trees in the background.

Speaking to British Vogue , Miley said: 'Like, singing for hundreds of thousands of people isn't really the thing that I love. There's no connection. There's no safety.'

Speaking to British Vogue , Miley said: ‘Like, singing for hundreds of thousands of people isn’t really the thing that I love. There’s no connection. There’s no safety.’

The video is shot with a hazy filter, giving it a dream-like quality.

Fans on Twitter immediately speculated that Jaded is yet another song about her ex-husband Liam Hemsworth, 33.

One fan wrote: ‘Legend has it that she found that gold bikini in Liams bedroom cupboard and never looked back.’

Another one speculated: ‘She filmed the music video in her new Malibu home referencing her song Malibu and the California house Hemsworth and her lost in the fires. And mocks adore you, love song to Liam. She’s also back to brunette (hair color she had when she met Liam) as she sings they are older and mature now.’

Still another one quipped: ‘She seems so unbothered and I think she knows Liam might watch jaded she was serving looks. Look what u missed.’

‘I love the smile “you’re lonely now and I hate it” clearing not hating it hahahahaha queen of throwing shade,’ someone else commented.

The video comes two days after she teased it with a sultry image on Instagram.

She captioned the snap: ‘You broke your own heart but you’d never say that.’

No shirt: Miley Cyrus dropped the music video for Jaded on Tuesday. The Flowers singer, 30, frolics topless as she sings about heartbreak

No shirt: Miley Cyrus dropped the music video for Jaded on Tuesday. The Flowers singer, 30, frolics topless as she sings about heartbreak 

Miley edited the caption on the post which originally was a lyric from Jaded: ‘We went to Hell but we never came back.’

Jaded is the third single off of her latest album Endless Summer Vacation.

In the song, the Wrecking Ball hitmaker sings about the regret and missed opportunities she feels because her partner was jaded.

The June issue of British Vogue is available on newsstands and via digital download from Thursday 23 May.

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