Miley Cyrus is fully recovered and ready to continue her "Bangerz" tour! The controversial pop artist opened up to Ryan Seacrest about her health scare on KIIS-FM radio this morning.
Cyrus, who originally came down with flu-like symptoms in North Carolina, was hospitalized in Kansas after an allergic reaction to antibiotics. She was forced to postpone upcoming shows and focus on her health for the time being. Now the star is ready to keep delivering to her fans!
"I'm doing good. Much better. ... You have no idea," she told the chat host during "On Air With Ryan Seacrest."
"I had gotten sick on the road. I feel like everyone's gotten this ongoing cough thing. ... It felt like I had a little bit of like the flu, cold situation. So they gave me some medicine. I was on this medicine for five days and everything was all good and on the sixth day ... it was so scary I woke up...When you're allergic to something you're poisoning yourself. I was poisoning myself. It was so scary. I couldn't breathe."
Cyrus also points out she was "poisoning" herself without realizing, as she is highly allergic to penicillin and this medicine was in the same drug class.
"It was so scary," she explained. "When you're allergic to something, you're literally poisoning yourself, so I had just been poisoning myself for a week with something I didn't know I was really, scary allergic to."
The "Wrecking Ball" crooner was heartbroken about postponing her "Bangerz" tour, and begged the doctors to let her go. Seacrest points out she tweeted one day she was crying over the incident.
"I would feel good. I'd be laying there saying I feel good. Can I go? Can I get back on stage?"
After many hours of retail therapy, Cyrus is gearing up for the European leg of her tour. Cancelled American shows have been rescheduled for August.
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