Noah Cyrus Recalls Summer Campfire Memory That Involved A Hospital Trip

Noah Cyrus can now add camp counselor to her resume as she is the latest star to put the title to use during the latest episode of iHeartRadio Summer Camp with the Stars on July 10th.

Cyrus gave an intimate campfire performance as she sang some of her songs like "July" and "The End of Everything." But, the star also opened up about some of her favorite summer memories, and one of them involved a trip to the hospital!

Noah explained that the last time her family had a campfire, she accidentally hurt her ankle and her mom had to take her to the hospital. She recalled:

"One of my favorite summer memories would be just any of them at home in Nashville on the farm with my family. The last time we were doing a campfire, I stepped in a hole because it was dark, and I rolled my ankle, and my mom got mad. She actually had to take me to the hospital. She was like, 'I do not want to drive all the way into Nashville,' like so p***ed."

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, kids across the country who normally enjoy going to summer camp are missing out on all the fun this year. But, iHeartRadio's "Summer Camp with the Stars" is providing a virtual camp featuring a few of the biggest stars in music as your camp counselors. At the very beginning of Noah Cyrus's "Summer Camp" episode, she had an important message for everyone:

"I know some of your summer traditions are kinda getting messed up with everything that's going on, but it's for the greater good. We all need to stay safe, stay inside, stay healthy. Even, I feel like, when quarantine gets lifted, I just feel like we should all be careful and look out for one another."

Watch iHeartRadio Summer Camp with Noah Cyrus below.