She is just like any other teenager. Sort of.
Disney darling Miley Cyrus, discussing her career on Good Morning America Tuesday, said there are times when even she struggles with self-esteem issues related to looks and weight.
Cyrus also says the beautiful faces you see on magazine covers are "not real," but more the by-product of others' hard work.
"If you saw the process," she said, "I wish I could take every kid through it."
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The Hannah Montana star said that the glamour that radiates out from the newsstands takes about 90 minutes to produce, through different stages of makeup, lighting and so forth.