Miley Cyrus reveals she’s 2 weeks sober after pandemic relapse

The singer opened up to Apple Music about her journey to find sobriety after she “fell off” during the COVID-19 pandemic.
2:43 | 11/24/20

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Transcript for Miley Cyrus reveals she’s 2 weeks sober after pandemic relapse
you so much.all right, we head over to L back at home. All right, thank you, Cecilia. And we're going to go to our "Gma" cover story. Superstar Miley Cyrus revealing she fell off sobriety during the pandemic and sharing how she's now moving forward. Zohreen shah joins us from los Angeles with more. Good morning, zohreen. Reporter: Good morning, Michael. One year ago Miley really started thinking about getting sober. She was 27. That's when Kurt cobain, Amy winehouse, Jimi Hendrix, other big artists died from addict. She admits she relapsed is sharing how she's getting through it. back to the ocean Reporter: Days before Miley Cyrus' latest album release, the music son dropping a bombshell revealing she fell off sobriety. Well, I like a lot of people, you know, being completely honest during the pandemic fell off an felt really a lot -- I would never sit here and say I've been over and I fell off and I realize that I now am back on sobriety two weeks over. It is not easy to learn how to live without substances. It isn't easy to learn how to live clean and sober. To walk through those emotions, especially during Tes of covid when there isn't connection, community or support so easily accessible. I don't belong to anyone Reporter: The "Midnight sky" singer saying she's focused on moving forward opening up to Zane Lowe. Don't get rious, get curious so don't be mad at your self but ask what happened? In all of human development, city, a better self, our relationship in the wore. How we relate to other people and how we relate to substance. Why can't you why can't you just let me go Reporter: Noting everyone has to do what's best for them and for her it's being disciplined. I don't have a problem with drinking. I have a problem with the decisions I make once I go past that level of, you know, even into, you know, I just have been wanting to wake up 100%, 100% of the time. Reporter: She's had a tough few year, started working on her latest album two years ago but the malibu fires destroyed her house and much of what she created and it finally drops Friday and the iniew you saw available right now on apple music. Michael. I love how open she is, I think that will help a lot of peopng through the pandemic. George. Yeah, Michael, wishing her luck.

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