The new couple, Noah Cyrus and her beau Lil Xan made their first public red carpet appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards and shared with the media about what she had thought about her boyfriend before they met.
The younger sister of the famed Miley Cyrus and Trace Cyrus was excited to appear in the red carpet at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City with her beau. While talking to the media, she revealed that a simple slide in the DMs won her heart.
While talking about their relationship and about what she thought of Lil before, she said,
You hear about this person so much before you actually meet them and get to know them. So to hear about Lil Xan and what he's about, you feel like you know someone and you don't.
According to her, she met a "completely different person than what the media thinks."
Lil Xan also gushed and stated that his girlfriend told him that her impression before she met him was way different. He added,
I'm like the nicest guy. I'm humble. I don't act like a rapper.
Cyrus agreed to the statement,
No, he doesn't. He's a little teddy bear.
Noah was also thrilled to share that the previous day, she and her boyfriend had recorded a new song, Live or Die. Following this, she called herself, Lil Xan's "biggest fangirl ever."
Noah further added,
It's just cool to have a song out with him.
The pair was very lovey-dovey with each other as they were seen holding hands and even shared a kiss on the lips.
A big night calls for a stylish dress! Cyrus wore a glittering silver bra top with matching pants and a pair of white sneakers. Her beau was seen on a casual appearance as he had a camouflage jacket with matching pants and a pair of Gucci shoes. He also had a black beanie on.
The pair showed up at the red carpet event just hours after the twosome released their first song together. The song was announced in both Noah and Xan's Instagram Profile. Both had the same photo of them cuddling with a distinctive caption.
Noah is currently prepping for her first ever tour, The Good Cry Tour which is set to start in September in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and later end in September in Portland, Oregon.