Miley Cyrus has opened up about the songs in her yet-to-be-titled album, that is due later this year. The former Disney star revealed she has a song that was written in a dream.
During her appearance on On Air with Ryan Seacrest, she talked about her dream saying: "We were going to a movie theater and the song that I hadn't yet written came on the radio; it was like your show."
"[Noah] was like, 'That's such a good song! This is a hit!' and I said, 'I wish I would've written it,' because it was someone else singing it in my dream. Then I woke up the next day and I was sure it was a real song and this had happened – and it wasn't! It was a song that I then got to write which was very cool," she added.
Cyrus also talked about her musical transition. She said: "Three years ago, if you really want to be serious, I was sliding down my own tongue riding a giant hotdog across 20,000 people."
"So I never would've thought I would've been in a calm place in my life where different things are more important to me now. Now, I care more about balloons. Then it was, 'There has to be mustard on the hotdog!' And now I'm a vegan for crying out loud! Things have really changed, a lot. It's really about these last three years. I never would've thought I would've been sitting here, ever," she shared.
Cyrus will perform Malibu for the very first time at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards on May 21.