The internet is filled with news that Miley Cyrus, 27, and Cody Simpson, 23, have split after 10 months of dating.
While the two may have parted on good terms with Cody congratulating his ex via Instagram on her new single, Midnight Sky released on Friday, it hasn’t stopped Miley from talking about her mechanical way of approaching breakups.
'So proud of you. Congratulations to the most special of all,' Cody wrote on Instagram.
In an interview with Alexandra Cooper Barstool Sports' 'Call Her Daddy' podcast, released Thursday, Aug. 13 Miley talked about everything from her sexual experiences, how her ex-husband Liam Hemsworth was one of her “firsts” and her mechanical way to deal with breakups. We give a breakdown;
1. She was attracted to girls before boys
"I was attracted to girls way before I ever was attracted to guys," she said. "When I was like 11 years old, I used to think that like Minnie Mouse was super f--king hot, which is so good I ended up on Disney, so my chances with Minnie went up by like 100."
2. Her husband was her first but she lied to look cool
When talking about the guy she has went all the way with, Cyrus revealed that it was the man she later married, her ex-husband Liam Hemsworth who she went all the way with at 16. She said she had “lied and said that he wasn't the first, so I didn't seem like a loser."
3. She was choosing partners out of anxiety
She claims that she sometimes felt like she was choosing partners out of anxiety and needs a guy who is confident in himself and is ok that she has qualities often linked with males.
“I am kind of like masculine and strong and there's a lot of qualities to me that tend to like associate more with the male role." She said.
4. When you breakup, grade your ex
Her top tip to deal with a breakup was to make a list of the ex’s qualities, both good and bad, give each quality a score from 1-10. Sum up to get a total grade to figure out what you can learn for your next relationship.
Here are the steps broken down;
List of what you were gaining (+)
List of what you were losing (-)
What they were contributing to your life (+)
What they were subtracting (-)
If the total is greater than zero then they were adding more to your life and you should set that as an expectation for your next relationship.
If the total is less than zero then you know what you should not accept.
“Value each of these things by one through 10 and then you add them all up and if the person was adding more to your life, then you know what is expected for your next relationship and, what they were subtracting, you know what you will not accept ever again." Cyrus said.
We wonder what score she will give to Cody who has also been her friend for almost a decade.