Miley Cyrus just admitted she gave fiancé Liam Hemsworth “lots of action,” after he saved all her animals from the Malibu fire that destroyed their home.
This Wednesday, the singer made a surprise appearance on The Howard Stern Show to promote her latest single “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” but in the midst of gushing about her music, she also managed to spill a few dirty secrets!
Stern, 62, asked Cyrus, 26, what had happened to all her pets after last month’s devastating California fires.
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“So actually, Liam — I’ve never loved him more for this,” Cyrus replied. “He was so incredible. He got all the animals out in his truck. He put two pigs in crates. And I said ‘How did you get them out?’ And he said the only thing he could do was get a really powerful hose and spray them in the a**. So he just chased the pigs into the crate — which was genius.”
Cyrus — who has not gone back to Malibu since her mansion was destroyed — revealed how grateful and amazed she was that Hemsworth, 28, risked his life to save her furry friends.
“He got a lot of action for saving the animals,” Cyrus told Stern. “He got a lot of action. We had to make sure that he knew I was very thankful.”
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The singer added that when distance comes between her and her man, they resort to FaceTime and “cyber-sex.”
After sharing her racy relationship secrets, Cyrus got candid about her decision to show too much skin in her latest music video, saying that she dropped her close to get viewers!
“I realize that there is a way to use this to your advantage,” she said. “It makes people watch the video. You lure them with the a**.”
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Stern agreed that part of the video got his attention.
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