Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson discuss their expensive music video for “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” during an appearance on Friday’s “Graham Norton Show”.
The pair released the vid last week and Ronson has now joked he won’t be making any more money from music for a while due to the incredibly high budget they had for it.
Cyrus shares, “Mark was very trusting about my ideas. It’s all about what is heartbreaking to us in society every single day — waking up to the news of violence, judgment, and hypocrisy. It’s about a deeper heartbreak than losing love in a romance or relationship.”
Ronson then jokes, “I’m definitely not going to make any money from music for like five years!” when discussing the cost.
Asked what he contributed to the video, the British musician says, “Not much. Miley is such a visionary. Which guitars to use was my domain. But I did ask that if I was only in it for four seconds could I leap from a car. It was a joke! And I did get to choose my shirt but there’s a stuntman somewhere that still has it!”
Cyrus then admits: “I have a confession. I have your shirt. I stole it and it’s hanging in my closet!”
The showbiz duo also chatted about why they now decided to work together.
Cyrus shares: “I believe in trusting the universe and that everything works out when it should. Any time before this would not have been right.
“Now is the perfect timing, it’s just such a timely song, both for me in my personal life and for what’s going on in the world. So, I wouldn’t have it any other way.”
Cyrus and Ronson are set to perform “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” on “The Graham Norton Show” for the first time together Friday.