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The 27-year-old singer “Mother’s Daughter” opened up about the destruction of the coronavirus pandemic and how she found outlets to discuss things unknown through her. new Instagram live talk show “Bright Mind.”
“This is not Covid-19, what I experienced. My life was forced to stop, but really I do not know what this pandemic looks like,” Cyrus said WSJ. Magazine for the June cover story.
Cyrus, who welcomed Elton John, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, and even politicians such as Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., in her program for open conversations that touched mental health and remained positive amid the global crisis, insisted she knew very well that she had not witnessed the impact of a pandemic like the others.
“I am comfortable in my room and can put food on my table and [I am] financially stable, and that’s not the story of many people, “continued Cyrus from his home in California.
Cyrus claimed he could order high profile stars for the show simply by “tucking in” their direct message on social media. Another time, fellow A-listers contacted him, but he was aware of the fact that many entertainers might hesitate to participate in the effort not to appear deaf.
“I’m sure there is a lot of doubt for others who say yes to doing the show because it hardly feels right for celebrities to share our experiences. Because it’s not comparable,” he said.
Back in mid-March, at the height of the coronavirus wave in the United States, “Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot and others celebrity including Kristen Wiig, James Marsden and Natalie Portman, were criticized for posting the cover of John Lennon’s famous song “Imagine” on social media in an effort to inspire hope.
The initiative backfired rather quickly, with Twitter users dubbing the video “horrified” as the song did not seem to provide assistance to those who were truly struggling for their lives.
Cyrus praised his past hosting show on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” and “The Ellen DeGeneres show“To equip him the experience and importance of staying sensitive.
However, welcoming guests “Bright Minded” came with pressure to master the craft, he said.
“This show makes people nervous because this is not an ordinary talk show format. It’s intimate, and you don’t have a team when you are [filmling] at home, “Cyrus said.” You don’t have an advertiser and your luxury and everything. You let people into your space, and you control technology and all that. “
Cyrus felt the devotion to protect his guest “no matter how famous or how not.”
“I want people to shine,” he said.
The Cyrus show begins with a peek at how celebrities manage their time at home, and while it is on short notice, he plans to return to illuminate heroes around the world and what society will look like in the future. after the pandemic after it began to recede.
Cyrus sharing the upcoming segment will look more closely at issues that are deeply rooted in society, such as the housing crisis and financial instability.
“Nothing is missing,” Cyrus said. “Many of these problems are being highlighted because of Covid-19, but they existed before and they will continue to exist and get worse.”
Personally, Cyrus said he was grateful to be able to communicate in new ways with loved ones, but this period had “the longest” he left without seeing his mother, Tish Cyrus, and his grandmother physically.
With the success of “Bright Minded,” Cyrus’s platform has raised questions about his future, such as whether he has ever switched to hosting a show besides being an artist who topped the charts.
“Much of what I represent in my entire career is individuality and gender identity and sexual identity. So yes, I would love to create a platform where individuality is highlighted and a place for good news and light and activism and optimism and highlight those who doing great work that doesn’t always get the attention they deserve. “
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