Miley Cyrus Just Opened Up to Hailey Bieber About Finding Her Sexuality: I Had a Really Hard Time With That

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    Hailey Bieber is the latest guest on Miley Cyrus' show "Bright Minded: Live with Miley."

    They spoke about how their spirituality and s3xuality has changed over the years.

Miley Cyrus is helping us all get through the Coronavirus quarantine by hosting live streams with her fellow celebs. On "Bright Minded: Live with Miley," she opens up with her guests about some serious topics. Demi Lovato has already been on the show talking about body shaming and anxiety, and Miley spoke to Rita Ora about using creativity to help stop the Coronavirus.

In the latest episode, Miley talks to Hailey Bieber about some serious issues while they do their makeup. While they transform their faces, they open up about how their religious beliefs and s3xuality have changed as well.

"I think there's a difference between being raised in church and being an adult and having your own relationship with God and Jesus and spirituality because what my relationship was with faith getting raised that way is completely different than me in my own journey as an adult," Hailey said. "I found a church community that works for me, where I feel supported and loved and accepted."

Miley opened up too, saying, "I had a hard time finding a relationship with God that worked for me as an adult." Although going to church was a part of her life growing up, she says she ultimately left the church because she had gay friends who weren't accepted. "I had some gay friends in school. That is the reason why I left my church is that they weren't being accepted. They were being sent to conversion therapies...I had a hard time with me finding my s3xuality too," Miley said.

Miley said she is pans3xual back in 2015 in Elle UK. In a 2016 interview with Variety, Miley talked about understanding her pans3xuality and gender identity after going to the LGBTQ center in LA. "Once I understood my gender more, which was unassigned, then I understood my s3xuality more. I was like, “Oh — that’s why I don’t feel straight and I don’t feel gay. It’s because I’m not.”
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