[artist id="2408193"]Miley Cyrus[/artist] can probably meet anyone she wants to these days. She has a hit TV show, a few hit movies under her belt, and she is the face of the Disney Teen Queen generation.
But there is one group of guys that aren't having any of it: Despite Miley's best efforts last month at the Grammy Awards to get some face time with [artist id="1123"]Radiohead[/artist], she failed miserably.
"I'm like, these are the people I really want to meet," Miley said on the Johnjay and Rich morning radio show on Tuesday. "I'd freak out. They're my rock gods. These are the only people I would cry over."
The 16-year-old pop star tried to use her people to make it happen when they were all at the February 8 awards show. "[I told my manager], 'Pull as many strings.' My manger asked and said, 'Miley's really obsessed.' And they were like, 'We don't really do that.' "
Her disappointment was especially hard because "they're the reason I love music," she said. "Just to say you don't really do that — it's not like I was going to bring my crew. I had already texted all my friends that my life will be complete [if I got to meet them].
"We were all freaking out," she recalled, saying their snub was "obnoxious." "This is someone I would cry over."
Devastated, Cyrus didn't even stick around to see Thom Yorke and crew perform during the show. "I left 'cause I was so upset. I wasn't going to watch. Stinkin' Radiohead!" she said. "I'm gonna ruin them, I'm going to tell everyone."
Not all of Miley's celebrity encounters have been bad. "[artist id="2413819"]Fergie[/artist] was the coolest," she said, adding that she was equally impressed by encounters with [artist id="12165"]Paul McCartney[/artist], Chris Martin and the [artist id="1233888"]Kings of Leon[/artist].