Matt Lauer thinks Miley Cyrus' no sex after 40 comments were 'really funny'
Matt Lauer didn't take any offense from Miley Cyrus when she came on "Today" and claimed that people don't have sex after they turn the age of 40. Though her comments caused some controversy at the time, he says he actually found them pretty humorous.
"No, I wasn't shocked at all, I thought it was actually really funny," he tells E! News. "I mean, Miley is what, 22 years old and she's talking about -- 20? Okay, 20 -- and she's talking about the sexuality of people who are 40, 45, 50, 55. Let's go back and do that interview when she's 55 and I think she'll have a different answer."
Cyrus' comments came after Lauer asked her about the fact she's been showing off her sexual side with her recent performances and music videos. She basically said that she'll keep doing it until she gets too old to act sexually.
"Well, I heard when you turn 40 things start to go a little less sexual, so probably around 40, around that time. I heard that's when people don't have sex anymore," she said.