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[caption id="attachment_70034" align="aligncenter" width="594"]Miley Cyrus and Sinead O'Connor Feud Escalates miley cyrus still a sinead o'connor fan[/caption]Miley Cyrus Tells Matt Lauer She's Still a Sinead O'Conner Fan Despite Current Row

Miley Cyrus was on the set of the "Today" show where she was both interviewed by host Matt Lauer and performed on an outdoor stage in front of a live audience. Cyrus, who truly believes herself to be "all that", told the host that he's now too old to have sex being that he's 55.

Obviously, Cyrus continues to stoke her image as a sultry sexual performer and her white cut off shorts were revealing plenty of her derriere to support that notion.

The interview was said to contain some witty sexual banter between the two, but Cyrus then attempted to offer an olive branch to singer Sinead O'Conner by stating that she is still a fan of the singer despite their public war of words via twitter.

That row started days ago when 46-year-old Sinead O'Conner admonished the brash 20-year-old about her MTV VMA performance. Cyrus' response was as strongly worded as she had perceived O'Conner's remark to have been and likened the Irish singer to Amanda Bynes who is currently undergoing resident treatment for a mental disorder. As for the sexual image she now portrays, Cyrus reckons she'll keep that up until she's forty when she believes her sexual libido will decrease. Scientifically speaking, it should increase during that time.

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