Miley Cyrus shares 2023 new year’s resolution after heartbreaking losses

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 06: Miley Cyrus attends the 10th Annual LACMA ART+FILM GALA presented by Gucci at Los Angeles County Museum of Art on November 06, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Miley Cyrus will welcome the new year with a massive change in herself and her life.

Fans will have a great time as Cyrus will co-host NBC’s 2022 New Year’s Eve Special with Dolly Parton. Miley Cyrus’ New Year’s Eve Party will be broadcast live from Miami on NBC and Peacock on December 31.

In a new interview with Hoda Kotb a few days before the event and New Year’s Eve, the 30-year-old “Wrecking Ball” hitmaker shared her New Year’s resolution.

Cyrus discussed what she wants to change about herself in the coming year in the exclusive premiere clip of the interview (via People).

She said:

“I guess my resolution would really be – my instinct is very loud, but I’m not a great listener sometimes. Dolly was telling me, her husband [Carl Thomas Dean] says, ‘You’re not hard of hearing. You’re hard of listening.’ And I guess that would kind of be my resolution, to not just listen to myself, but listen to others.”

The singer’s personal life has seen ups and downs, particularly in her relationships. Despite her difficulties, she shares her blessings through her charitable works.

In another section of the interview, the “Midnight Sky” hitmaker reflected on her youth. Kotb asked her what the difference was between her 20s and her 30s, and she replied that her 20s were so much fun.

Cyrus claims that she feels different now that she is in her 30s. She also joked that her twenties were the best years of her life, and people can look up why on Google.

The entire interview will air on Friday’s episode of “Today.”

Morrissey’s official website also revealed that he has left her current label. He stated that he had “voluntarily parted ways with Maverick/Quest management” and “voluntarily withdrawn from any association with Capitol Records (Los Angeles).”

Another post revealed that Cyrus wants to withdraw from his song “I Am Veronica,” despite having volunteered for backing vocals years ago. As a result, he had to reschedule the release date.

The female singer was chosen to be one of the artists featured on Morrissey’s album, alongside Iggy Pop and Chad Smith and Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Morrissey hasn’t released a new album since “I Am Not a Dog on a Chain” in 2022.