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Miley Cyrus' Christmas Day features 'apology texts and conspiracy theories'

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Miley Cyrus' Christmas Days usually involve "apology texts" and conspiracy theories.

The 28-year-old pop star - who is the daughter of country singer Billy Ray Cyrus - has admitted that Christmas is usually an action-packed day in the Cyrus household.

Asked what her family Christmas is usually like, Miley quipped: "Fist fights, and usually with each one of us removing ourselves and slamming the door in some way and a lot of apology texts … I mean, we’re all kind of conspiracy theorists and I remember one year we got onto the topic of like aliens and it ended with my brothers not talking for a week and my mom crying."

The chart-topping singer revealed she thinks aliens are "really cool".

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Speaking on the 'KISS Breakfast Show', she shared: "I’m not a total narcissist like I definitely believe in aliens … aliens are really cool and a lot of things this year haven’t been that cool so I think maybe they’re waiting for 2021.

"They’re looking from above and they’re like, 'Ah, I don’t want anything to do with that.'"

Miley is actually planning to create a "goth Christmas" vibe this year.

The 'Wrecking Ball' hitmaker - who recently released her 'Plastic Hearts' album - said: "I want an all-black tree this year, I wanna do like goth Christmas. I think instead of a garland do like rosaries like upside down studded crosses and like yeah, very goth medieval kinda vibes."

Miley also teased some details of her Christmas dinner.

She shared: "We’re a big fan of mashed potato volcano in this house, which is where you basically make the butter explode out the top and come down like lava and it’s just the best thing ever. Big, big fans of butter in this house."

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