Miley Cyrus has joked that a photo from 2009 was a clear indication of her bisexuality.

Over the last two weeks, the Plastic Hearts singer has looked back at her extensive career in light of her new single ‘Used To Be Young’.

Throughout the series – which has been uploaded to TikTok – Cyrus delves into her time on Hannah Montana, retiring from touring and some of her controversial music moments.

In addition to her music journey, the Bangerz talent also shared details about her personal life – including her bisexuality.

When looking at a paparazzi photo of her, Demi Lovato, Taylor Swift and Emily Osment, Cryus said: “This picture has become a meme where it says ‘be the Miley of your friend group.'”

In the photo, the ‘River’ singer is shown wearing sweatpants, while Swift, Lovato and Osment wear dresses.

Cyrus then joked that the public should have known that she was bisexual from the picture alone.

“If you guys didn’t know I was bisexual from this damn picture, I don’t know what’s wrong with you,” she said.

“I literally think we were leaving the Grammys to go to the Cheesecake Factory. Me and Emily, Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato are going to the Cheesecake Factory. These are some classy ladies.”

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Shortly after the clip was uploaded, fans flocked to the comment section to share their reaction to Cyrus’ joke.

One person wrote: “I wasn’t invested enough in pop culture in 2009 and I regret it now because omg.”

Another fan commented: “How am I only now finding out she’s bi.”

The aforementioned clip isn’t the first time the ‘Mother’s Daughter’ singer opened up about her sexuality.

Back in 2019, Cryus delivered an in-depth interview with Vanity Fair about taking pride in her queer identity.

“A big part of my pride and my identity is being a queer person,” she told the publication.

In an accompanying ‘personal memo’ for the magazine, Miley delved deeper into what it means for her to be a member of the LGBTQ community and how relationships are changing for a modern generation.

“Being someone who takes such pride in individuality and freedom, and being a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community, I’ve been inspired by redefining again what a relationship in this generation looks like,” she wrote.

“Sexuality and gender identity are completely separate from partnership.”