Mark Ronson Jokes He Had to 'Stalk Miley Cyrus for Four Years' Before 'Nothing Breaks Like a Heart' Came to Be

Mark Ronson Jokes He Had to 'Stalk Miley Cyrus for Four Years' Before 'Nothing Breaks Like a Heart' Came to Be

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As Mark Ronson remembers it, his collaboration with Miley Cyrus on "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" was the results of "Mark Ronson stalking Miley Cyrus for 4 years."

"I obtained her quantity; I don't know if it was authorized or not," Ronson admitted through the duo's look on the Graham Norton Show that aired Friday (Dec. 7). "I began texting her. I simply mentioned, 'Hey, should you ever wish to make some music' … 4 days glided by, nothing."

Cyrus interrupted: "This is the half I don't bear in mind. I really feel like I need to've despatched an emoji, no less than."

The pair ultimately made a connection and "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" got here to be — and, as Cyrus explains, they "wouldn't have it some other means."

"Any time earlier than this could haven’t been proper, and any time after this could have been too distant," she mentioned. "I believe it's excellent timing with this tune, on the time that it's out on the earth."

Check out a clip of their interview, in addition to a stay efficiency of "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart," beneath.