The mother-daughter duo, who just launched season four of their 'Sorry We're Stoned' podcast, say they sometimes have regrets over the things they talk about on the show
Tish, 56, who is open about her newfound love of weed, admits she's often a little, well, buzzed when they do the show, where they talk about everything from sibling rivalry to falling in love and Tish's split from her ex, Billy Ray Cyrus.
But have they ever look at each other after they've recorded the show and thought, "Um, maybe we shouldn't have said that?'"
"Every time!" Brandi, 36, says with a laugh.
"I don't know," says Tish of trying not to stress too much about the things she's open about on the show. "You know what, I'm just such a believer and think things work out the way they're supposed to and what's meant to be will happen and I've lived my life that way, so it's worked out so far, so good."
The duo say that doing the show has brought them even closer together, though of course there was once a time when they butted heads as mothers and daughters do.
"I'd say from my junior year of high school until my mid-20s, we butted heads a lot," says Brandi, a DJ who has a residency at the Wynn in Las Vegas. "But then I started to grow up a little bit, we started to have more of a friendship dynamic, like we do now. And with this podcast, we control it and don't have to answer to anybody and get to kind of just do what we want, and it's so much fun to do together."
"I couldn't be more proud of my kids," adds Tish. "Every single one of them. I look at Brandi and think, 'I made that!' And Miley and I have such a beautiful working relationship and a mother-daughter relationship, and I don't know how we survived everything and made that happen, but we did."
She adds, "It was harder when Miley was younger and in her terrible teens and all of that. But being able to be with her at all times throughout her career and process, I mean I just couldn't be more proud of her."
Tish adds that Miley, who was once a very public fan of cannabis, is fully sober these days. "She doesn't drink or smoke weed," Brandi adds.
Neither does Brandi, but she's grateful that her mom has found a natural way to control her anxiety.
"My anxiety has affected me since I was in my 20s," Tish says, noting that she got on a small dose of Lexapro, which changed her life, as did finding joy in weed.
Brandi adds, "I somehow don't have anxiety at all, which is crazy because the rest of my siblings really do have it to some extent or another, and my mom definitely has it, which she's open about. But I do think it's so great my mom found weed, because she truly is a different person now."
She continues, "I actually don't smoke weed. Which I know is confusing with the title! But if I have any social anxiety, I'll just have a glass of champagne."
Season four of Sorry We're Stoned launched on Jan. 25.
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