Miley Cyrus, here at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, is excited for her upcoming tour which will take her to South America and Australia.
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Miley Cyrus says she feels more at ease heading out on an international tour now that things are fine on the home front.
Earlier this year, her parents, Billy Ray and Tish Cyrus, were getting a divorce, and Billy Ray was critical of his daughter's behavior. But the Cyruses recently called off their divorce and the family is spending time together.
"My family is good. They are stoked for tour. As long as I'm happy they are happy," Cyrus said in an interview Thursday.
The former Hannah Montana star is leaving for South America and Australia on April 27 for her Gypsy Heart Tour. It will be the first time Cyrus, whose most recent album is titled "Can't Be Tamed," has gone to South America, and she's excited — even though she won't be able to communicate with her fans in their language.
"I speak zero Spanish. I actually failed Spanish so I will have someone with me making sure I can get through my way," she said.