Miley Cyrus reveals her first kiss was with a girl

Brooke Lyn Hytes appears on RuPaul's Drag Race season 11

Brooke Lyn Hytes appears on RuPaul's Drag Race season 11

"Hey, whatever happened to her?" host RuPaul asked Cyrus.

The charity focuses on combating youth homelessness and the LGBTQ community, which led on to her opening up about her own experiences and how she discovered what issues she cared about.

"When I was kind of growing up, being from the South...my first kiss was with a girl in middle school", Miley shared. 'And no one could understand, in Nashville, saying that ... so I had that relationship'. "And I would write these songs, and no one could say that".

Though Cyrus was never hesitant to discuss her love for drugs in years past, the star spoke to Billboard in 2017 where she revealed she was "evolving"- and part of that newfound growth included giving up marijuana and beginning a fresh slate. 'It doesn't have to attach to who you love, it's about you loving yourself more than who you love outside yourself'.

In a new clip from this week's Season 11 premiere, the new crop of queens are tasked with starring in a photoshoot that brings out their unique personalities-and-surprise!-they have to do it alongside some Drag Race legends.

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We watched as she battled two lives - one as a normal girl living in a big house on the beach, and the other as a major pop star who performed sell-out shows night after night. "I'm not doing drugs, I'm not drinking, I'm completely clean right now!"

Cyrus' drug use break also seemed to coincide with her getting back together with Liam Hemsworth.

'Besides even sexuality, it's about what your show represents; being your f***ing self - that's what it is, ' she said. "Since the last record, my last record was called Younger Now and it says, even though it's not who I am, I'm not afraid of who I used to be".

It very much could be the real reason, but we're laughing super nervously at it. "I wanted to go undercover with the ladies. I'm not a sob story of someone made me or cracked the whip, I wanted it".

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