Miley Cyrus insists she's feeling better following her stay in hospital earlier this month for a severe allergic reaction to an antibiotic.
Miley Cyrus is feeling ''much better'' following her severe allergic reaction.
The 'Adore You' hitmaker was hospitalised earlier this month after her body rejected Cephalexin, an antibiotic prescribed for the flu, but she insists she's on the road to recovery and she can't wait to resume her 'Bangerz' tour.
Speaking in a radio interview on 'On Air With Ryan Seacrest' today (28.04.14), she said: ''I'm doing good. I'm much better ... happy to be getting back on the road. You have no idea.''
The 21-year-old singer admits her five-day stay in hospital was so boring that she ended up splashing her cash on a hot pink mini-skirt that she'll probably never wear.
She explained: ''I ended up doing way too much online shopping, and whatever they had me on to make me not in pain, I made some very questionable choices on what I bought. I don't know what this hot pink mini-skirt is that I bought in the hospital.''
However, the blonde beauty insists one good thing did come out of her health scare and that was getting to ride in an ambulance for the first time.
She joked: ''I went on my first ambulance ride. That, I was excited about.''
Miley, who was forced to reschedule her US tour dates earlier this month, is looking forward to taking to the stage in Europe next month, but admits her allergic reaction can still flare up over the next 27 days.
She explained: ''I should be all good ... it [the reaction] can happen for 5-27 days ... so it can come back within those 27 days but I've been very good.''
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