Miley Cyrus recently made an appearance on 'The Howard Stern Show' in The US to talk about everything from her home in Malibu being destroyed in the Californian fire, to being part of the upcoming season of 'Black Mirror'.

It's been a busy few weeks for Miley Cyrus. She saw her home in Malibu be destroyed in the horrific Woolsey fire of California, which wiped out thousands of people's homes. She's also featured on Mark Ronson's latest track 'Nothing Breaks Like A Heart'.

Now, the singer stopped by Howard Stern's radio show to have a chat, and also to perform a duet of 'Silent Night' with Robin Quivers.

It's easy to forget, but Miley used to known for her acting ability in Disney's 'Hannah Montana'. She's also appeared in Tim Burton's 'Big Fish,' and can now add Charlie Brooker's 'Black Mirror' to her growing acting career.

Speaking on her time filming the show in South Africa, Miley said "It was the first time that I’ve left somewhere feeling really proud of my work." She continued, without spoiling any plot details, "I play one character, but I play a lot of different sides of that character and there’s a lot of dimension to it." Hmmmm, interesting.

Miley was abroad filming the show while the Woolsey fire ripped through Southern California. She spoke briefly on how it's affected her, saying "I haven’t had a ton of time to deal."

A lot of her possessions were lost to the fire, including her book of handwritten lyrics for every song she’s ever written. She said, "That was the hardest thing for me to lose… every song, including ‘Malibu,’ I lost because I always write it on paper."

Miley will appear on 'Saturday Night Live' this weekend to perform her new single with Mark Ronson. The festive episode is going to be presented by Matt Damon.

 

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