Miley Cyrus: There's No Trouble in Paradise
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Cyrus changed her profile on the social networking website to include the words "I am human and I need to be loved. Just like everybody else does."
The lyrics are from The Smiths' song "How Soon Is Now?" and the posting sparked gossip about trouble in the star's personal life, but Cyrus is adamant her message didn't have a hidden meaning.
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In a series of posts on the site, she writes, "My bio is a song by The Smiths. One of my favorites You should check it out. There's no trouble in paradise. I am so happy and so loved. But it is true. I am human and I need to be loved. Just like all 4,108,281 of you (Twitter followers). It's xmas make sure everyone you love knows how much."
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