Miley Cyrus tells MTV that her duet with Bret Michaels on “Nothin’ to Lose” (slated to appear on the Poison singer’s next solo album) came about because she’s a big fan. “He was the first concert that I ever went to, and it’s great when you can find people you can jive with and get along with.”
Poison frontman Bret Michaels has defended his collaboration with Miley Cyrus – after the song’s sexually-charged lyrics reportedly caused outrage in the U.S.
The Hannah Montana star contributed vocals to Nothin’ To Lose, a track from the rocker’s upcoming record Custom Built.
The duet allegedly sparked complaints when it aired on radio stations in the States earlier this month – but Michaels insists the raunchy lyrics are not a reference to the 17-year-old singer.