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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Perez Hilton is furiously trying to backpedal and say it was fine for him to post an up-skirt photo of 17-year-old Miley Cyrus because she was wearing panties — but ABC is not having it. The station has pulled a rotating banner ad for “The View” from Perez’s blog. A source told MSNBC’s The Scoop blog, “It has to do with the morality of the issue. Miley is a minor, period. There are ethics involved in running an ad on a site that potentially violated the rights of a minor and that is what the conversation is about about a network level.” Will other advertisers follow ABC’s lead? Should they? [MSNBC] Keep reading »
Perez Hilton has taken to his blog to defend his choice
to post a photo of Miley Cyrus’ crotch
on his Twitter feed, which has many people chanting that he is peddling child pornography. His argument on why it’s not: because Miley was
wearing undies in the photo.
“Do you think Miley is that stupid to be out in public without panties? I may nickname her Slutty Cyrus, but she’s not a moron. Do you think I’m stupid enough to post a photo of Miley if she’s not wearing any underwear down there? Sure I like to be controversial, but I don’t want to go to jail. The reason I linked to that photo is because I thought she was exiting this car in a very un-ladylike fashion. People, snap out of it!”
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“I’m not trying to be ‘slutty,’ I’m not trying to be, like, go to the club and get a bunch of guys. What I’m trying to do is make a point with my record and look consistent, in the way my record sounds and the way I dress. I’m really comfortable with my body, I work really hard to be fit and to know that I can wear whatever makes me most comfortable. [...] And I think I’ve [grown into being sexy] but that’s not my schtick. That’s not what I’m trying to do to sell records. I want people to buy my record because of my music.”
— Miley Cyrus on recent criticism that she’s been dressing too sexy lately. Look, she’s trying to be consistent with the way her record sounds and the way she looks … but she wants people to buy her records for the music, NOT the way she looks. Got it?! Yeah, I don’t either. [via Us Weekly] Keep reading »
Every blog and media outlet in existence has weighed in on Perez Hilton‘s fixin’-for-a-jail-cell tweet that linked to an up-skirt photo of Miley Cyrus. Perez quickly deleted the tweet, so most of us have not actually seen it. But, apparently, Miley wasn’t wearing any underwear while she was exiting a car and … well, you know what happened next.
Miley Cyrus is only a few months shy of turning 18 years old, so everyone is wondering if Perez will be busted for “child porn.” Now, nothing really shocks me anymore, but as deep as my utter cynicism can be penetrated, I’m shocked that so many smart, compassionate people are missing the real story here:
It doesn’t matter if Miley Cyrus is a few months shy of 18 or she’s 100 years old. When a photographer distributed, and Perez then posted, a crotch shot, Miley was violated. Keep reading »
So yesterday, king of class Perez Hilton published a very interesting photo on his Twitter account along with the words, “If you are easily offended, do NOT click here. Oh, Miley! Warning: truly not for the easily offended.” The photo shows Miley Cyrus getting out a car in a short white dress. Naturally, she’s not wearing underwear and her bits are out there for all to see. Keep reading »
“Girls are immediately going to say, ‘Oh, she’s trying to sell sex.’ Well, I love Zac Efron, but what’s he selling? He’s gorgeous, he’s hot, [but] I don’t go see his movie because I’m like, ‘He’s such a fantastic actor.’ He’s a great actor, but he’s hot. He’s just not in a leotard with his legs out. He has his shirt off. So what’s the difference? In “High School Musical” … he’s in basketball shorts and his cutoff tank top and all the girls are dying. It just isn’t as obvious when guys do it. I was on tour with the Jonas Brothers my first year and boy bands get away with a lot. For girls, it’s always going to be harder. That’s not an excuse, it just means we have to work harder.”
— Miley Cyrus might be the new reigning queen of barely legal publicity stunts, but she still has a point about double standards. [Access Hollywood] Keep reading »