Sorry to remind you that Miley Cyrus dated a male model and you didn’t, but Justin Gaston (right), a former paramour of young Miley, is sharing the goods with us in a nakey-time PETA campaign. The rest of the eye candy? “If I Can Dream” web-series co-stars Giglianne Braga and Ben Elliot. Thanks, PETA! Keep reading »
“If you think I’m going to sit here and pass judgment on Miley, you’re wrong. I think she’s beautiful. I love her. She’s trying to grow up, you know, I remember when I was horny and young. … She’s got the legs that go forever. It’ll take people a while to get over her being Hannah Montana. The girl’s talented. The girl’s beautiful and, you know, it’s shocking just like [she’s] your own daughter. Everybody looks at her like [she’s] your own kid… I’m not passing judgment. So, we can just leave that at that.”
— Dolly Parton, the voice of reason in the moral panic over Miley Cyrus‘ sexuality, on “Access Hollywood.” [Bumpshack] Keep reading »
“I wrote it for women that feel like they’re stuck in abusive relationships, but ["Liberty Walk"] is a dance song. So you think that must be kind of a sad ballad, but it’s a party song. … It’s about breaking free.”
– Miley Cyrus finds the groovy side of domestic violence on her new album, Can’t Be Tamed, which she says is all about “female empowerment.” [MTV] Keep reading »
“I’m thrilled young girls are claiming their sexuality for themselves. I love bold women: Madonna and Scarlett Johansson—sexy and gorgeous, but not only that. And Miley Cyrus—fantastic! And Lady Gaga. I love the way she’s elevated pop to performance art, or dragged performance art down to pop, or maybe made a wonderful amalgam of the two.”
– Helen Mirren is not someone you would expect to love Miley and Gaga, being that she’s a posh Dame and all, but then again, she did let Juergen Teller photograph her in the bath. [New York] Keep reading »
Finally, some Miley Cyrus news that doesn’t have to do with Perez Hilton and her vajayjay!
Miley performed her new song “Can’t Be Tamed” at the MuchMusic Awards in Toronto this weekend, but not everyone is happy with the performance. Some blogs say the tiki torches, her backup dancers’ tribal-looking face paint, and the part where she looks like she’s being dragged on a stick (say, like a wild boar?) is offensive to aboriginal cultures. Keep reading »
A new week, a new Miley Cyrus crotch photo: that’s the world of Perez Hilton! The gossip blogger tweeted a photo of Miley performing yesterday at the 2010 MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto where a few inches of her inner thigh can be seen through above the crotch-fabric on her leotard. The photo isn’t scandalous in the least bit and you’ll feel dumb wasting five seconds of your life to look at it.
SHE HAS A VAGINA, PEREZ. Seriously, get over it! Keep reading »
Look, I’m a Poison fan from way back. I even have a thong somewhere that says “Poison Partied Here” on the crotch. I’m not into Bret Michaels
the TV star — I prefer Bret Michaels the Rock Star. And I most certainly do not approve of the Bret Michaels who allows Miley Cyrus
to duet with him on the classic hair metal ballad “Every Rose Has Its Thorn.” Is nothing sacred? Keep reading »
Let’s be honest. There are very few innovative places to put tattoos these days. We’ve seen it all — inside the lip, on the tongue, and on the sides of fingers. Leave it to Miley Cyrus to get creative. The starlet seems devoted to not only shedding her goody-two-shoes persona, but also finding a few new locations for her tats. The 17-year-old already has “Just Breathe” under her boob, and now she’s sporting new ink … on her ear. Miley was recently spotted in the airport with her hair pulled into a ponytail, providing prime shots for paparazzi of her brand-new tattoo that reads “Love.” It’s situated on the upper cartilage section of her right ear (Rihanna has one in the same spot), in a spot that could be easily hidden from over protective ‘rents — though hers certainly don’t fit into that category. What do you think of Miley’s latest tat? Would you ever get a tattoo in your ear? [Stylelist]
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