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Miley Cyrus: Long dresses are costly

22 May 2012
Miley Cyrus: Long dresses are costly
Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus refrains from wearing red carpet gowns with a train as she ends up having to buy them because everyone has "put their heel" through it.

The songstress turned heads at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday wearing a cleavage-baring Jean Paul Gaultier jacket, which left little to the imagination. Miley teamed the risqué look with Jacquie Aiche jewels and monochrome Christian Louboutin heels.

She revealed why she opted for the more structured thigh-skimming look.

"It'll happen on the red carpet. That's why my dad isn't here right now because he always steps on my dress. So no longer do we walk carpets together," she deadpanned in an interview with Access Hollywood.

"There's always a frickin' hole in it when you're on the red carpet. You leave here having to buy the thing because everyone has put their heel in the back of your train. I've learned!"

Miley has explained the inspiration behind her different look. The stunning star relies on some trusty accessories to amp up her wardrobe choices.

"I just thought I love white on a white carpet. I thought it would be fun. I like that it's a little boyish but still feminine," she said, before explaining her gold necklace accessory.

"This chain literally never comes off. I work out in this."

Miley has been cutting a slimmer figure of late. The 19-year-old star has explained her fitness routine.

"I love Pilates - it's physical and mental health, that are obviously very important. You obviously get a good workout but mentally it's just really nice to go in there and completely meditate. It's you one hour of no craziness. It's awesome," she said.

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