Tween idol Miley Cyrus may have been "embarrassed" by her scandalous Vanity Fair photo shoot with Annie Leibovitz, but that doesn't mean Cyrus is opposed to going in front of her lens again.
The Hannah Montana star, who recently turned 16, originally called the photos featuring her with only a blanket wrapped around her chest a "mistake." Now, however, Cyrus tells the UK's Daily Record the whole thing blew up because of America's conservatism and that she is grateful to have worked with Leibovitz.
"Everyone outside of America liked it a little bit more because that's more like the style, but the States are really conservative," Cyrus said. "Guess I just had to deal with that and just realize that I got to work with an amazing photographer," she said. "She was amazing and so talented and her lighting... I would love to work with her again. But I realize I'm just a kid."
What's more, Cyrus claims she might even give up her career on stage to step behind the camera.
"That's what I want to do with my life. I would love to be a photographer," she said. "I want to come to London to study. I hear there are some great art schools here so I would love to do that."
Do you think Cyrus has a future as a photog? And what do you think of her new stance on the topless photo shoot?