Cyrus in foul-mouthed tirade against 'scene stealer' Gaga

Cyrus in foul-mouthed tirade against 'scene stealer' Gaga

Miley Cyrus branded Lady Gaga a "scene stealer" for her entrance at the American Music Awards (AMAs).

'Applause' singer Gaga entered the ceremony, held in Los Angeles, on a human-powered white horse, causing Miley - forgoing her usual risque attire to appear in a demure white suit - to vow to beat her at the next event.

Cyrus in foul-mouthed tirade against 'scene stealer' Gaga

Miley Cyrus performs at the AMAs

Speaking on the red carpet as Gaga arrived, she told E! news: "What a f***ing... What a big scene stealer! Next time I'm going to come in on a dragon.

"You can stop interviewing me if you want to go interview Gaga. I don't care."

Miley then made reference to Gaga's entry at the Grammy awards in 2011, when she was carried down the red carpet encased in a huge egg, adding: "She didn't come up in an embryo this time. That's so boring."

Miley, who celebrated her 21st birthday on Saturday, later performed her single 'Wrecking Ball' at the event, wearing a two-piece cat print bikini.

She then went on to party with Amber Rose, Wiz Khalifa and Tyler, The Creator to celebrate reaching the milestone age.

Cyrus in foul-mouthed tirade against 'scene stealer' Gaga

Lady Gaga arrives for the AMAs

Gaga has previously said she is a fan of Miley after she stirred controversy by doing her outrageous Twerking dance move and wearing a host of skimpy outfits at previous awards shows.

She said: "I just everybody need to lighten up and leave her alone. Because it's pop music. Everybody's entitled to their own artistic expression, and if you have a problem with it, just change the channel."

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