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Mon 12 May, 2014
By Robert Ingham

You know, everyone's a little bit gay

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In a break from an arena tour full of sexual imagery that continues to demolish her former Disney image, Miley Cyrus again courted controversy when she appeared onstage at London gay club GAY this weekend and alluded to date rape.

"You know, everyone's a little bit gay," she told the crowd. "It's the truth. Everyone's gay, all it takes is one cocktail.

And if that doesn't work, sprinkle something in their drink. That's what I always do."

During the set she wore a gold sequinned leotard, performed with a female dwarf, and fellated a giant inflatable penis.

In a 2012 interview she celebrated her gay fans in London: "My favourite place to perform is London, because I have never seen more gay people in my whole life. When I go to London that's what it is. I feel like they are so much more open, much more than here in the US when they're feeling trapped, where it's like, 'Can I even say I believe in gay marriage? Can I say that my favourite fans are my gay fans? Am I allowed to say that, because half of America is still against it?"

Source: The Guardian

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