Miley Cyrus Is Torn Over Next Bangerz Single: What’s Your Pick?

Miley tells MTV News she struggles between 'Adore You' and 'SMS,' while Smilers give their choice cuts.

It’s been more than 24 hours since Miley Cyrus has released her Bangerz album. The “Miley: The Movement” star already has two massive singles — “We Can’t Stop,” and “Wrecking Ball,” which hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart — but now the question on everyone’s mind is: What will be next?

MTV News caught up with Miley on the day of her album release at New York City’s Planet Hollywood where she revealed what she hopes will be the next single.

“I hope ‘SMS (Bangerz)’ with Britney. That would be awesome,” Miley said adding that she “can’t quit thinking” about what the video with Spears would look like. “But also, ‘Adore You’ is in the top 10 right now of iTunes, which I didn’t really expect, so that’s really cool too.”

Fans also seem to be torn between the two songs. While “SMS” serves as a club-ready track, “Adore You” kicks off Bangerz with a sweet ballad, pulling listeners in. MTV News hit the streets and skimmed social media to find out which song they want taking over radio.

“I know that it will be ‘SMS (Bangerz)’ because Godney Spears herself graced us all with her presence,” Miley fan Matthew Kelley Rand told us. “And I hope that the video will be as epic as the ‘Work Bitch‘ one, so I think that would be the smartest choice.”

Smiler @MJSwick tweeted, “It would be fun if @MileyCyrus slowed it down a bit with #AdoreYou #Mileysnextsingle.” However, @MileyThailand thinks Miley should just release both, “#SMS a fast track to wreck the record again then #AdoreYou to showcase her voice #MileysNextSingle.”

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With such a wide variety of options on the album, it’s no surprise that fans had some other songs in mind for the next single, including the Pharrell-produced track “Get It Right,” the French Montana-featuring “FU” and the hip-hop/country crossover “4×4,” featuring Nelly.

“#Mileysnextsingle should be “4X4″ for sure!,” @a_ditk tweeted. “Gotta love a beat you can line-dance AND get down to #versatile.”

Christina Garibaldi has been an on-camera reporter for MTV News since 2011. When not interviewing or writing about her favorite stars, she keeps herself busy with baby animal videos and boy bands.
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