Miley Cyrus makes strip club confession

Miley Cyrus has “lost count” of how many times she’s been to a strip club.

The 20-year-old singer was asked to “confess to her sins” as part of a comedy segment on London’s Capital FM Breakfast show.

A video of the interview posted on YouTube shows the hosts Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon posing as “Brother David and Sister Snowdon” as they quiz Miley about the raunchy lyrics to her new single We Can’t Stop.

In one verse Miley sings about “shaking it like we at a strip club".

Asked about her inspiration for the lyric, the star confessed she’s seen exotic dancers on more than one occasion.

"Have I been to a strip club? Yes," she admits.

But Miley couldn’t say how many times.

“You’ve lost count,” David deadpans.

"I don’t know. I haven't kept a tally," Miley muses.

The star then confesses she’s put dollar bills into “another lady’s G-string” and admitted to "making it rain" on dancers.

"Am I supposed to lie? I thought I was confessing!" she says.

The star also addressed what her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, may think about her confessions.

She doesn’t believe he is ashamed at all of some of her more wild activities.

"I'm 20. So my dad, he can, like, whatever. He's proud of me,” she insisted, musing, “I don't do anything that crazy."

Former Disney star Miley discussed her new party girl image earlier this month.

The singer is confident her fan base is sticking with her no matter what.

"I'm not really worried about alienating fans," the former Disney star told UK newspaper The Sun. "Everyone has to work on the things that they don't care about to get where they want to be.

"I had to do that for five years but I knew when I was older I would be able to do what I wanted eventually. Everyone has to work on something they don't love to get to something they do love," she said.

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