Miley Cyrus News: ‘Wrecking Ball’ Singer Is A ‘True Artist’ According To Bea Miller [VIDEO]

Miley Cyrus is heavily regarded as being so bizarre, but fellow singer Bea Miller thinks she's great.

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Bea Miller's career first launched in the public eye when she appeared on The X Factor USA during its second season.

Since her time on the now deceased reality singing competition, she has signed to Simon Cowell's Syco Music label and Hollywood Records and released an EP. 

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Miller has cited Cyrus as an influence on her music many times in the past and continues to do so presently.

On Jan. 5, Fuse released an interview with the Jersey native talking about how Cyrus influences her.

She said, "The people that I look up to musically just made music that they liked."

"I'm more inspired by the people themselves than the music that they created," she added.

Miller appreciates what the Wrecking Ball singer represents.

"I know a lot of people think Miley Cyrus is like crazy and out of her mind and really inappropriate, but I don't look up to her in the way where I want to be her and do the things that she's doing necessarily, but I just think it's so cool that she honestly has no regard for anyone's opinion," Miller explained.

"And she knows that people are going to judge her for the things she's doing and she really, honestly doesn't care," she added.

"When you actually go to her show, she's an incredible performer. She hits all of her notes. And she's dancing around and she's always being entertaining. That is a true artist to me," Miller revealed.

She likes that Cyrus is more concerned about the music and her performances than about "making a lot of money."

"I really respect that," Miller said about Cyrus' live show being so entertaining.

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