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Miley Cyrus admits to feeling “guilt and shame” over past controversies

Miley Cyrus has spoken about the “guilt and shame” she felt as a result of controversies earlier in her career and how she learned to deal with it.The artist caused particular uproar in her early twenties with the campaign leading up to her 2013 album ‘Bangerz’, which was seen as an attempt to radically shake off her Disney star image. She infamously twerked against Robin Thicke at that year’s VMA Awards, and appear naked on a demolition ball in the video for her hit single ‘Wrecking Ball’.During a cover interview with British Vogue, Cyrus admitted she carried around feelings of guilt and shame “for years” afterwards because of “how much controversy and upset I really caused”.As she grew older, however, she said her perspective changed.

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'The Masked Singer': The California Rolls Get Chewed Up in Season 9 Semifinals!
returned for the season 9 semifinals on Wednesday, and the show was a musical duel between the three powerhouse finalists who have consistently proven themselves to be the best of the best of the whole season.Helmed by host Nick Cannon and overseen by stalwart panelists Robin Thicke, Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy and Nicole Scherzinger, Wednesday's exciting semifinal episode saw the return of The California Rolls, Medusa and The Macaw, who duked it out for their shot in next week's finals.So who went home and who moved on? Each week, ET will be breaking down the biggest moments and most surprising unmaskings in each new episode of the hit reality singing competition series.Here's how Wednesday's season 9 semifinal episode shook out when all the songs were sung and votes were cast!Tonight is the second-to-last night of season 9's star-studded competition, and the three greatest singers of the season took to the stage to give it their all and make it to the grand finale — starting with The California Rolls. This collective of sushi-themed singers got the audience onto their feet with a fun rendition of Kelly Clarkson's «Breakaway» that showed off their impressive harmonies.«That's the way to semifinal, right there!» Thicke declared, as McCarthy added, «I feel like you guys were the ones to beat and are still the ones to beat!»After the fun and upbeat routine, it was time for Medusa to bring the feels with an absolutely jaw-dropping cover of Hozier's «Take Me to Church» that blew the doors off the theatre.