Her 'Wrecking Ball' may have swung to a top spot in 2013, but now, if given a chance, Miley Cyrus would probably take a wrecking ball to this hit single.
Earlier this week, the 24-year-old played a few rounds of 'Marry, Eff, Kill' with her own singles as choices during a radio appearance on The Zach Sang Show.
In the introductory heat, 'Wrecking Ball,' '7 Things' and 'The Climb' were pit against each other.
"Marry would probably be 'The Climb,' because it still has a message I'm down with, Eff would be '7 Things,' Kill would be 'Wrecking Ball'," Cyrus said.
Explaining her pick for 'Wrecking Ball,' she said, "That's something you can't take away - swinging around naked on a wrecking ball lives forever. Once you do that, it's forever.
I'm never living that down. I will always be the naked girl on a wrecking ball."
"I should've thought [about] how long that was going to follow me around," the pop star continued. "That's my worst nightmare...is that being played at my funeral.'We'll always remember Miley' and then that."
Round two featured 'Malibu,' 'We Can't Stop' and 'The Best of Both Worlds.' Though she felt as though she was "slashing people's dreams," Cyrus said that she would "Marry, Eff, Kill in that exact order."
After "killing" her single, 'See You Again,' in the final round, Cyrus reflected on the record, saying it marked when her label was "not sure where I was gonna go, like, how are we gonna break me out of what I was doing, and the Hannah Montana thing, but also, I still had to go and be on the show every day, so how do we do that without 'killing' what I'm still a part of and what I still like? How can I be both?"
Cyrus' newest single, 'Malibu,' dropped on May 11.
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