Miley Cyrus has revealed that she does not have an idea what the effects of the pandemic looks like as a result of her entitlement as a celebrity.

The American singer-songwriter started with a live television program called “Bright Minded” on Instagram about how the coronavirus pandemic is catastrophic and affecting people’s lives.

In her show of frank talks on psychological well-being and remaining hopeful in the global crisis, Cyrus, who invited Elton Juan, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, and lawmakers like Sen. Elizabeth’s Warren, D-Mass, convincing she doesn’t face the implications like other are facing from the pandemic.

Miley Cyrus further adds that she is safe in her house and can sustain herself rather easily because of her status as a celebrity which is not the case for a majority of the people around the world.

By just slipping in their chat messages, Cyrus admitted that she could schedule high-profile stars for the program. Often top-rated celebrities approach her, but she is conscious that many celebrities may be reluctant to participate in an attempt not to be sound-deaf.

Miley shared that many of the celebrities hesitate in sharing their experiences as they may come out as highly privileged and not be relate-able to their audience.

In the middle of March, when the virus had reached its peak, the “Wonder Woman” actress, Gal Gadot, and others, including Kristen Wiig, James Marsden, and Natalie Portman, were criticized to upload a cover of John Lennon’s popular hit, “Imagine” on social media, in a bid to promote optimism amidst the pandemic.

The concept was overturned quite easily, and Twitter users did not seem to find relief especially those who are currently battling for their life. The video was called cringe by the people on Twitter.

Due to her experience in hosting shows like “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon”, she has finally understood what to say and not say when on television.