Miley Cyrus is only 17, but she has already released her autobiography, Miles to Go. It covers the first 16 years of her life, and in the book she talks about everything from her first love to the bullies that hazed her mercilessly in 6th grade.
“Everyone goes through hardships and heartbreaks,” says Cyrus to People magazine. “Sometimes I wish I could get an apology, but to be honest, I don’t need one. I moved on, and I believe they moved on as well.”
She also writes about “Prince Charming,” her name for her first love, who is widely believed to be Nick Jonas, and her co-stars and family. About her family, Cyrus says, “They were involved in the process [of writing the autobiography] and we talked a lot about what I was going to write about.
When asked why she has chosen to open up about her life now, Cyrus says she hopes fans will understand “that I’m a real person just like them.”