Miley Cyrus Reveals 'The Best Thing' She's Ever Done In Unlocked Clip!

After fans tweeted #UnlockMiley enough, we got a brand-new clip from the deluxe edition of 'Miley: The Movement,' airing Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on MTV.

People "can't stop" talking about Miley Cyrus's twerk-y performance at the 2013 Video Music Awards, but when it comes to Cyrus, she has her own perspective:

"The best thing I've done in my career is 'We Can't Stop' music video," Cyrus says in an unlocked clip from the upcoming deluxe edition of "Miley: The Movement." "It was like spontaneous. It was all really real. No one was there that were just actors pretending to be my friends."

Fans successfully unlocked on Thursday (October 3) an exclusive clip from the deluxe version of the documentary, which airs Sunday at 8 p.m. ET. From now until Sunday, fans can tweet #UnlockMiley to unearth another clip from the doc, which will be available via the MTV app.

In the clip, Cyrus spills on the Diane Martel-directed music video, in which she — to refresh your memory — dances with bears, trucks with french fry skulls and, naturally, licks everything in sight.

"People are expecting a shocking video, but it's doing it in a way that's not predictable," she said in the clip. "Yeah, maybe I'm here and being crazy and sticking my tongue out, but I'm dressed as a bear. It's toughness and raunchiness, but with something that's really sweet and endearing. There was these subconscious little trippy moments in there, and that's why people wanted to watch it over and over and over again."

Cyrus's musings on the video are just one of many revealing moments in a documentary that tells the tale of the pop star's reinvention, leading up to the release of her upcoming album BANGERZ.

"As I delved into her history, I realized there was something really interesting going on here, she's going through a change and great things can happen in the midst of change: public acceptance, private exploration," director Paul Bozymowski told MTV News. "I knew [the documentary] wasn't going to be a behind-the-scenes thing; it was going to tell the story of what she's going through at this particular moment in her life."

For more of those moments, fans can keep tweeting #UnlockMiley. Check your progress at And if you're still not sated, make sure to tune in on Sunday for the deluxe extended 90-minute version of "Miley: The Movement."