Cody Simpson has taken a little trip down memory lane during his most recent interview.

Simpson sat down with Karl Stefanovic on an episode of 60 Minutes, where the conversation steered towards chatting about all things Simpson’s love life. Including his ten-month relationship with Miley Cyrus.

As reported by news.com.auStefanovic prompted him, “What were you thinking?” To which Simpson replied, “I’d known her for a long time at that point. She acted almost … Not like a mentor, but was always a hyper-creative person.” He continued, “We went from being good friends, to just having a lot of the same friends, to being together for a while.”

“And everything ended fairly amicably. It was just one of those phases I guess. You go through it and you learn a lot from it.”

A pretty interesting choice of words to describe a previous love interest on national television. Simpson’s parents were also present for the interview, where they were also both asked about their son’s dating life. And their thoughts too.

Stefanovic asked Angie and Brad Simpson, “He’s had a few very high-profile relationships. Along the way you would’ve been supportive of all those girls like any mum?”

And this question had Angie at a loss for words, replying, “Some I were… you’re a bugger,” she ended up replying.

She continued, “He had some lovely girls. We’ve had some interesting rides and dinners at people’s places where you’re just like…” Mind blowing, she suggested.

Also according to news.com.auCyrus took to Instagram to address their break-up, over Instagram Live.

She said, “Two halves can’t make a whole and we’re individually just working on ourselves to become the people that we wanna be, like everybody else at this age.”

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Cyrus added, “We’ve been friends for 10 years and we’re going to continue to be friends, so just don’t make it something that it is not.”

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