Miley Cyrus has recently released her sixth album, "Younger Now." During its promotion, on Wednesday, October 4, 2017, she spilled out some of her deepest secrets to Howard Stern about her real name, love life with Liam Hemsworth, 2013 MTV Video Music Awards performance and the music video of "Wrecking Ball."

Early life of 'Hannah Montana'

According to Fox News, the birth name of Miley Cyrus is Destiny Hope, which was later changed by her father, popular singer Billy Ray Cyrus, because she was “always smiling.” She admitted that, initially, her father was not in the favor of her audition for the famous Disney show "Hannah Montana," because of his experiences in show business.

Needless to say that the 90s kids can never forget Miley Cyrus for "Hanna Montana" and Selena Gomez for "Wizards of the Waverly Place." Miley Cyrus, however, thinks that her 2013 VMA performance was the game-changing event in her life—not only because it made her the talk of the town, but also because that was the first time she discovered her strength and potentialities.

Fun fact about Miley Cyrus

Much like her onscreen character Hannah Montana, the 24-year-old pop singer has always been a rebel, ever since her school days. In fact, the "Malibu" singer admitted that she was once expelled from her school because she taught her classmates about French kissing.

About 'Younger Now'

In her recent interview with Stern, Miley Cyrus dismissed her popular "Wrecking Ball" video as insignificant.

"Swinging around naked in the middle of a bunch of rubble licking a sledge hammer—that's forever." She claimed that “that's not going anywhere.” Unlike "Bangerz," her "Younger Now" has a new aura and tone because it is inspired by politics and her suitor, Liam Hemsworth. She admitted that she has quit smoking cigarettes and marijuana to dedicate herself on setting up new records and penned down her last hit number "Malibu" in the car.

The "Party in the U.S.A." singer also revealed that she is not at all bothered by the fact that her handsome beau, Liam Hemsworth, is always surrounded with attractive co-stars and actors. Rather, she prefers to "[keep] my little spies" in order to be sure of his obligation!

On Wednesday, Cyrus also appeared on the "Tonight Show" and penned down a touchy thank you note for Hilary Clinton, which she read out to her with a chocked voice.

In her note, she expressed not only her deep admiration and appreciation for Clinton but also added that she will continue to voice against social injustice and inequality and to promote love and peace through her songs. Thereafter, the final hug from Clinton brought tears to her eyes. The "Younger Now" singer shared the precious moment with her fans on Instagram and added that this will be an unforgettable experience for her.

Listen to "Younger Now" here: