Miley Cyrus said she felt like that she is the world's biggest feminist in a recent interview with BBC Radio One.

The Wrecking Ball singer stepped in for an interview with Radio One's Newsbeat after briefly chatting to host Greg James and performing an acoustic version of Wrecking Ball as well as a cover of Lena Del Ray's Summertime Sadness at the studio.

"I feel like I'm one of the biggest feminists in the world because I tell women not to be scared of anything," the singer said during the interview. "There's absolutely no contradiction at all between being a feminist and taking your clothes off and being comfortable about displaying your sexuality."

Cyrus went on to explain that if a man could go topless on a beach, women should be allowed the same freedom.

"I'm for anybody and anything, I don't care what you want to do, what you want to look like," she added.

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Cyrus also entertained a parody of herself during her time with James. The radio host stripped down to his underwear, wore lipstick and perched himself on a wrecking ball -- similar to scenes from Cyrus Wrecking Ball music video -- to welcome the singer to the studio. James had done a full-fledged parody of Wrecking Ball in September.

The minimalist and stripped down version of Lana Del Ray's song featured Cyrus backed up by a few lilting singers, an acoustic guitar and a synth. The 20-year-old struck a nice balance between casual and cathartic. Cyrus worked a similar treatment for her unplugged performance of Wrecking Ball for BBC, you can listen to the song here.

Watch Cyrus' interview with James: