Twerking At The Retirement Home? Miley Cyrus Says She Plans To Be 'Still Going At 75'

She can’t stop…she won’t stop! In a revealing interview with W Magazine, Miley Cyrus said that she hopes to be singing into her golden years. The 21 year-old singer says she has no plans of retiring — at least not for at least 54 years.

"Maybe [legendary artists] succeed because they don't have anything to prove. They're just doing it because they love it. I hope I'm like [godmother] Dolly [Parton], where I'm just still going at 75," she told the magazine.

While her fans may be happy to hear Miley say this, her godmother Dolly probably won’t be thrilled with the statement: She’s actually only 68 years old.

Miley Cyrus has no plans to stop singing. (WENN)

Dolly, who used to appear on Miley’s television show Hannah Montana, was actually the singer’s first choice of special guest for her recent MTV Unplugged special.

“I just wanted to have a special guest that would be something that no one saw coming, especially with it being ‘Unplugged.’ I really wanted my (godmother) Dolly (Parton) to be there,” Miley revealed to Liz Hernandez of Access Hollywood. When the country star was unavailable, she ended up asking Madonna to perform with her.

In the interview, which accompanies a raunchy cover shoot for the magazine’s social media issue, Miley says that while she want to have longevity in the music industry like Dolly has done, she’s not really concerned whether or not people like her—or her music.

"You know, I've made my money. If no one buys my album, cool. It's fine. I've got a house, and I've got dogs that I love. I don't need anything else.”

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