I have had a pretty high tolerance for Miley’s antics, but I have to wonder how Afeni Shakur and Voletta Wallace feel about this 20-year-old twit wearing their dead sons’ faces across her ass in yet another attempt to prove how “down” she is. Call me crazy, but I find Miley’s red carpet outfit at last night’s MTV EMAs to be disrespectful. [Photos: Getty Images]
Last night, MTV held their Euro version of the VMAs, called the EMAs — the purpose of which I don’t understand, as the same damn people win — in Amsterdam. After Miley Cyrus won the award for Best Video, for the Terry Richardson-directed “Wrecking Ball,” she celebrated by lighting a joint on stage. Because it’s Amsterdam! And Miley is in her “Look at meeeeee! I’m so craaaaazy and edddddgyyyyy and I smoke WEEEEEED” phase of life, which I also went through around the same age so I can’t hate too much. Anyway, unless Miley is smoking 15 joints a day like Lady Gaga, I am not impressed.
I generally don’t take Joan Rivers‘ opinion on anything seriously – besides maybe plastic surgery – so I’m not sure that her recent rant about Miley Cyrus will make many waves in Hollywood. However, she clearly felt she needed to lash out at the ‘Wrecking Ball’ singer, who Joan describes as “disgusting”. Read Joan Rivers’ quote on Evil Beet Gossip…
Look at his little hair buns! I don’t care for the One Direction’s music, or whatever they’re called, but I like this cheeky Harry Styles lad. I do not, however, like the person who took these photos. Learn how to focus, brah. [Buzzfeed]
“I think there’s a difference between pushing the envelope sexually and pushing the envelope creatively. I think you can be as creative as you want to be and as inventive as you want to be…you can roll out old ideas and old thoughts and give them a new coat of paint. But the idea of whipping out the girls, I don’t know, there’s a grossness to it that I think is not flattering…to the women themselves.”
Legendary diva Bette Midler is not someone we would have expected to weigh in on Mileygate. But when asked by Katie Couric about her thoughts on the sexualization of young female performers, she killed it. I really like the line about pushing the envelope “creatively” versus “sexually” and how they are not the same thing. I know Miley Cyrus has Dolly Parton, another legendary diva, as her godmother but Auntie Bette sounds pretty smart, too. [Perez Hilton] [Images via Getty]
Whatta miracle! Miley Cyrus managed to prove that it’s possible to dress up as a famous person of another race for Halloween — without resorting to blackface. Now we know why Miley was rocking that purple wig the other day — it’s part of her Lil’ Kim Halloween costume. Cyrus posted photos of herself dressed up as Kim in her infamous purple jumpsuit from the 1999 VMAs — which of course gave her the chance to bare one tit. The only thing that bothers me about this costume is knowing that Miley probably thinks of herself as, like, being as bad ass, rebellious and boundary-pushing as Kim, like they’re kindred spirits or something, when she’s not even close. Still, Kim was impressed — she tweeted her approval. [Concrete Loop; NY Daily News]
Lest you think Miley Cyrus is considering a reversion to her vanilla “Hannah Montana” days, she juxtaposed these wigged out Twitter photos with a shot of her “xxxxxxplicit pornkinzzz” … Keep reading »
Paris Hilton dressed as Miley Cyrus for Halloween and is she is rocking the look. I guess she looks, “hot.” Her Instagrammed photo says, “Twerk or treat,” which might be the quote of a generation. As we predicted (and just about everyone else on the planet did) Miley’s VMA performance would spark one of the hottest costumes this year. Perhaps more so than Lady Gaga’s “Poker Face” look or Beyonce’s “Single Ladies” unitard fierceness. Hugh Hefner and, wife, Crystal Harris suited up as Robin Thicke and Miley, which is a testament of the twerker’s cultural reach. Seriously, Hugh Hefner is like 90,000,000 years old, I can’t imagine that guy listening to Bangerz.
What’s best about celebrities dressed as other celebrities is that it makes them seem sort of normal. It shows how much the media’s image of one celeb appears the same to another celebrity. Jennifer Love Hewitt’s “Brangelina” (in the gallery at the link) is spot on but also shows how much Brangelina is defined by how many children they’ve adopted together and all the paparazzi photos we see of the family traveling as a pack. Read more on College Candy…