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What has made Miley Cyrus distinct from rival teenage pop stars is her determination to embrace her Christian heritage. She frequently emphasizes her refusal to engage in premarital sex and makes it clear that she is not privy to the Hollywood party scene.
All of these traits make her fascination with the show, Sex and the City, seem out of place, since the program celebrates values that she vehemently opposes.
Interestingly, Miley's fascination with the show goes beyond lip service. According to People.com, she has expressed interest in doing "a younger, cleaner version" of the program. It remains to be seen just what approach she will use to make this happen.
However, despite her preference for adult television, Miley still positions herself as a role model for teenage girls, noting the fact that some of them struggle to remain "pure" as the reason that she continues to wear her purity ring, a piece of jewelry also worn by the her friends, the Jonas Brothers.
To that end, she made it clear that she does her best to remain positive about life and what it throws at her, choosing not to discuss the controversial Vanity Fair photo shoot and the various instances of questionable pictures that have surfaced around the Internet.
Fans of Miley Cyrus can catch her film, Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: The Best of Both Worlds on the Disney Channel on July 26. The content displayed in that video is aimed at a younger audience and offers a contrast from her current "adult" ambitions.