Miley Cyrus would move to NZ

Last updated 10:19 22/08/2014

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Miley Cyrus would hide on a farm if "s*** was going down".

The singer is currently on her Bangerz Tour with the North American leg wrapping up in Mexico on September 21.

She's announced a show in New Zealand on October 8 and is already making plans to relocate there should she need to.

"[I'd move there] if s*** was going down," she said in an interview with Jack Tame on TV One's Seven Sharp last night.

"No one hates New Zealand really. Everybody is pretty chill.

"I've said I'm moving there, it seems pretty safe. You get a giant farm, you go hideout somewhere."

It's not just her tour that's keeping the 21-year-old busy - she's also been announced as an attendee at Monday's MTV Video Music Awards.

The star made headlines when she performed with Robin Thicke at last year's awards ceremony. Cyrus started provocatively twerking on the 37-year-old, wearing just a tiny nude bra top and hotpants.

According to E! Online, an MTV rep has confirmed the controversy from 2013 wasn't enough to put Cyrus off and that she'll be returning for the show.

This year, Nicki Minaj, Jessie J and Ariana Grande will kick things off with a performance of their catchy collaboration Bang Bang.

Beyoncé Knowles is the big name of the night, as she has eight nominations. Eminem and Iggy Azalea each have seven.

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