Miley Cyrus: ‘Everyone’s a little bit gay’

US superstar performed at G-A-Y following the Gay Star News and Visit Denmark competition and party

Miley Cyrus: ‘Everyone’s a little bit gay’
10 May 2014

US superstar Miley Cyrus has said everyone’s a little bit gay.

The 21-year-old superstar made the comments during her performance at Heaven nightclub for the Gay Star News and Visit Denmark Eurovision party.

The We Can’t Stop singer paid tribute to a 23-year-old friend, who was celebrating his birthday at the London club.

Cyrus said: ‘He’s straight but I said that for years too, and finally it gets easier.

‘You know, everyone’s a little bit gay. Some of us just a little bit more than others.

‘You know, it’s the truth. Everyone’s gay. All it takes is one cocktail. And if that doesn’t work, sprinkle something in their drink. That’s what I always do.’

The shocking songstress, who sang many of her best known songs such as Party In The USA, We Can’t Stop and Wrecking Ball for the gay crowd, scintillated the crowd.

While saying ‘people that judge us can suck our cocks’, she rode an inflatable penis and kissed a female dwarf on stage.

Last year, she said her favorite place to perform was in London because of the gay scene.

‘My favorite place to perform is London, because I have never seen more gay people in my whole life,’ she told Bang Showbiz.

‘When I go to London that’s what it is. I feel like they are so much more open, much more than here in the US where they’re feeling trapped, where it’s like, “Can I even say I believe in gay marriage? Can I say that my favorite fans are my gay fans?’” Am I allowed to say that, because half of America is still against it?

‘It’s like, I just feel like when I go to Europe, I feel very free with my fan base.’

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