Gin Wigmore is on a full-scale publicity tour behind the US release of her new album - but don't worry, the Kiwi pop star isn't about to do a Miley.
The feisty Wigmore has done a mixture of international interviews, and in one, Wigmore said she had never had a rogue boob pop out during a show.
Cyrus was the victim of a wardrobe malfunction at Monday's MTV Video Music Awards, when the camera cut to her getting changed behind a curtain, only for the curtain to fall away.
Wigmore says hasn't yet had that happen to her.
"No rogue boobs (have popped) out in my time," she told Paste magazine.
"And to be honest, so far, I can't think of anything malfunctioning as of yet. I definitely do have a cringeworthy catalogue of outfits from some past shows though ... I'm talking 19-year-old me, thinking sailor theme outfits were cool.
"Definitely not cool."
Wigmore also discussed her own personal style with the mag.
"I believe a person's style is how they wish to be perceived by the world. With that said, my style changes a lot just as my music and what I feel or don't feel strongly about changes. It is a reflection of how I feel about myself on the inside yet portrayed on the outside.
"I also think you can read a lot about a person based on the decisions they make with the clothes they choose to wear and I think that is one of the coolest things about style. It's another language of sorts, a way of grouping people, connecting people and feeling a sense of belonging with others."
Wigmore nicely dodged a fashion bullet when she answered Paste's question: "Did growing up in Auckland impact your personal style?"
Wigmore: "I think Mum actually attributed to the impact on my personal style more than Auckland. Main reason being, I was the youngest child of three, so hand me down clothes from my brother was largely my wardrobe. This definitely taught me the value of having my own special items just for me. I now take that with me and only buy things I really love, not just throwaway clothing."
Wigmore has spent the past week holidaying in Hawaii with her husband, punk band Letlive singer Jason Butler, three weeks short of their first anniversary.
Hawaii is famously the place where Butler proposed to Wigmore one day and they married the next.
The couple not hitting their exact anniversary date might have something to do with Wigmore's mammoth upcoming tour dates.
In mostly sold out concerts, Wigmore will start her tour on September 9 in Boston. She then heads to New York, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Chicago, Minneapolis, Portland, Seattle, San Francisco and will finish with a performance at The Troubadour in Los Angeles on September 24.
Kiwi pop singer Gin Wigmore's third album Blood to Bone was released in the US and Canada last Friday through Island Records.
Here's hoping when Wigmore rocks Northern America at great speed, haste does not end with any malfunctions.