Miley Cyrus has chosen to focus on her singing and acting career next year rather than going to college. In a recent radio interview, the pop star revealed her plans for her future, saying she would rather see where the limelight takes her.
She emphasized, however, that getting acollege education is not completely out of the question.
"I am a firm believer that you can go back [to college] at any age you want, because my grandma went back to college at 62-years-old," she told the radio show.
Meanwhile, the singer's new steamy video for "Can't Be Tamed" has received several negative reactions from people who think the Hannah Montana star is shedding her Disney Channel image too soon. Cyrus is clad in what Us Weekly has reported is a $25,000 corset, along with a spandex leotard and thigh-high boots.
Speaking out against the controversy, Cyrus, 17, maintains that the choices she has made to break away from her bubblegum image are just another phase of growing up.
"No one ever wants to see someone grow up," she said. "My song is clearly about breaking free and being out of a cage and being able to be truly who you are."
Cryus' third studio album Cant Be Tamed is slated to drop on June 22.