Miley Cyrus Vows to ‘Never Do a Red Carpet Again’

“That’s not how I roll. It’s like a skit — it’s like ‘Zoolander,'” she says

Miley Cyrus has vowed to never walk a red carpet again.

“[A year ago] I had to do the [‘A Very Murray Christmas’] premiere, and I will never do a red carpet again,” Cyrus told Elle in a new interview. “Why, when people are starving, am I on a carpet that’s red? Because I’m ‘important’? Because I’m ‘famous’? That’s not how I roll. It’s like a skit–it’s like ‘Zoolander.'”

Directed by Sofia Coppola, who guided Bill Murray to his only Oscar nomination in “Lost in Translation,” the hour-long “A Very Murray Christmas” finds the veteran comic star preparing to put on a live Christmas Eve television special at New York City’s Carlyle hotel. Unfortunately, a blizzard has shut down the town, leaving Murray without any guest stars and barely enough crew to put on the show. Disappointed, he spends the night with the hotel staff and a few random strangers trying to drum up a little holiday cheer.

Cyrus, Murray, Rashida Jones, George Clooney, Jason Schwartzman and Chris Rock all made an appearance in the special.

In the interview, Cyrus also revealed that she doesn’t use Snapchat because she doesn’t “know how to use it.”

Cyrus is currently a judge on NBC’s “The Voice,” on which she served as an advisor last season.

She told Elle she would advise her contestants on “The Voice” to “be Bernie Sanders.”

“I don’t want this to come off the wrong way, but I’m going to tell my contestants: Be Bernie Sanders. Be the person people want and love. Don’t worry about the masses. That’s how you make a memorable moment. Let people talk about it.”

The interview hits newsstands on Wednesday.