Amongst all of Miley Cyrus’ personal controversy, at least two people are focused on her professional career.
Both Katy Perry and Juicy J are sounding off about Cyrus’ singing and work ethic, as opposed to her recent break-up with “Hunger Games” star Liam Hemsworth or her clothing choices (or lack thereof) for recent music videos.
While at the iHeart Radio Music Festival in Las Vegas yesterday, E! News asked Perry if she would consider working with the 20-year-old “Wrecking Ball” singer.
“I don’t know—maybe. She’s got an incredible voice,” Perry replied.
"I have heard her sing ‘Wrecking Ball' before that single came out and I tweeted about it a long time ago before it even came out and I was just so excited about it for her," she continued. "She's got a set of pipes that are incredible."
Juicy J, who paired with Cyrus and Wiz Khalifa for “23,” said that he is still in shock that he got the opportunity to work with her.
"I never thought I would collaborate with Miley Cyrus, but I am so glad it happened. It's like not even real to me!” he said.
“I have to pinch myself. It's almost like a dream come true 'cause she is super talented. We made a lot of great records together."
J. Cole saw Cyrus sing with Dolly Parton in 2010, and thought she was “amazing.”
"I saw her sing on stage with Dolly Parton and I thought it was pretty amazing," the "Crooked Smile" rapper said. "She is talented actually I think beyond all the extra publicity."
"She comes from a musical family, so I don't know…if it's dope, if its ill, then yes I would love to work with her, but if its some fabricated type of thing no. I would not do it for the publicity. If Miley Cyrus bought me a record like Joleen from Dolly Parton then I would definitely hop on it," he concluded.