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Miley Cyrus admits to raiding Dolly Parton’s closet Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for iHeart Media
WANTAGH, NY - JUNE 03: Miley Cyrus performs onstage during 103.5 KTU's KTUphoria 2017 presented by AT&T at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater on June 3, 2017 in Wantagh, New York. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for iHeart Media)

Miley Cyrus’ fashion choices through the years have become a much buzzed-about topic among fans. Now, the “Malibu” singer is revealing whose closet she most loves to raid. In a recent interview with “Cosmopolitan,” Miley shared that the perk she most enjoys about her friendship with mentor and godmother Dolly Parton is exclusive access to the legend’s wardrobe.

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Dolly is, of course, a fashion icon herself who had never been afraid to flaunt some ambitious red carpet looks over the course of her brilliant career. And while the 24-year-old Miley didn’t share any specific fashion advice gleaned from Dolly, she did admit the country superstar’s inner beauty especially inspires her, telling the magazine, “Seriously, watching the way she treats people with love and respect. Always a reminder to me and my family of what is important. Never let success change your heart.”

Reflecting on her own past designer looks, “The Voice” coach says her favorite red carpet style to date was her bold Versace ensemble worn while when she hosted the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards. When questioned about her own least favorite look, Miley quipped, “pretty much 2008-2013.”

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Recently, the singer has been drawing on her country roots to define her style, complimenting the laid-back wistfulness of her recent single. And the more denim and fringe, the better. Dolly would be proud!

Lindsay Williams is a freelance writer based in Nashville, where she’s spent more than a decade writing about music. A graduate of Samford University, her work has been published in a variety of regional and national media outlets.
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