In a high-profile interview with Matt Lauer on NBC’s "Today," Miley Cyrus, who has been making headlines in recent weeks for her sexually charged MTV Video Music Awards performance and her naked "Wrecking Ball" video, said people over 40 "don’t have sex anymore," reports the Los Angeles Times’ Show Tracker.
The piece notes that it’s unclear whether the pop singer was serious.
"I heard when you turn 40 things start to go a little less sexual," Cyrus said. "So probably around 40, around that time, I heard that’s when people don’t have sex anymore."
Lauer appeared taken off guard, but asked Cyrus how old she thought he was. She answered 40, and Lauer reported he was 55, the story notes.
"Well, then you’re really, definitely not sexual," Cyrus replied.
The article notes, "If teenagers’ parents didn’t already hate Cyrus, they probably do now. Which may have been the whole point of her responses."