Gosh darn it, Miley Cyrus. We were just starting to respect you more as an artist and a mature human being.
Over the last few weeks, we've actually given you props for deleting your Twitter account and keeping your relationship with Liam Hemsworth private.
But you've gone ahead and erased all that good will with a series of spoiled, whining quotes in the latest issue of Harper's Bazaar. Speaking to the magazine, Miley relays how it felt to fly to Tybee Island and film The Last Song.
"I got on the plane, and I was lying in my mom's lap and crying and saying, 'I'm so happy to be getting out of L.A.,'" she said, adding: "I went out every night with my friends... All this stuff would've been such a big deal in Los Angeles: Who's she with? Why is she dancing?"
That may be true, Miles, but so is this: You'd never have landed a starring role in a movie if not for your life in Los Angeles. So shut up and stop sounding so ungrateful.
Cyrus didn't stop there. She continued to spout one cliche after another regarding the relaxation of life away from the spotlight. Think she'll be saying the same thing the next time she has a CD to sell?
If you can stand it, check out a couple more excerpts of her interview below:
On discovering herself in Georgia: "I felt so alive and real. It's so much easier to know who you are when there aren't a thousand people telling you who they think you are. I felt like I was really figuring myself out."
On life as a role model: "My job isn't to tell your kids how to act or how not to act because I'm still figuring that out for myself. So to take that away from me is a bit selfish. Your kids are going to make mistakes whether I do or not. That's just life."
Thank goodness Miley is here to preach that sentiment to parents around the world. What would they do without her?!?