Miley Cyrus regrets Wrecking Ball video: 'I'm never living that down'

Miley Cyrus has revealed she is 'embarrassed' by her Wrecking Ball video

It's one of music's most iconic videos, but in a new interview, Miley Cyrus has revealed she regrets filming the video to her 2013 hit song, Wrecking Ball. Appearing on the Zach Sang Show, the 24-year-old singer confessed she's worried that the track will play at her funeral. "That's something you can't take away - swinging around naked on a wrecking ball lives forever," she joked. "I am never living that down. I will always be the naked girl on a wrecking ball, no matter how much I frolic with Emu [her dog] I am always the naked girl on the wrecking ball."

Miley Cyrus revealed she is 'embarrassed' by her Wrecking Ball video

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She added: "I should have thought of how long that was going to follow me around. It's my worst nightmare, that song being played at my funeral - that is my worst nightmare." The footage saw the singer stripped down to only a pair of Doctor Marten boots, while swinging on a large wrecking ball. Upon its release, the controversial music video received over 19million views in the first 24 hours.

"I am never living that down," she said

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