I already updated Ami’s previous post about Sinead O’Connor’s open letter to Miley Cyrus with a link and screenshot of Miley’s response on Twitter. But I couldn’t stop thinking about how angry it made me to see her so cruelly dismiss a women she called an inspiration just days ago. Miley may not be listening, but I gotta get this off my chest. Miley, here are four things I would tell you if you were willing to listen to and consider any criticism… Keep reading »
So, Miley Cyrus wasn’t able to go topless at the VMA’s, but she can (almost) do it on Instagram under the guise of “showing off her hair growth.” ”My hair is getttttting so long” was the caption for this selfie the singer posted on Instagram this morning. OK, Miley. [Huffington Post]
Miley Cyrus opened a can of worms when she told Rolling Stone that her “Wrecking Ball” video was inspired by the Sinead O’Connor classic, “Nothing Compares 2 U.” Naturally, this inspired the outspoken singer to pen a thousand-word missive to Miley and post it on her website. In true O’Connor fashion, her open letter cuts both ways — poignant and well, a little crazy. Some excerpts after the jump. Keep reading »
Miley Cyrus is hosting and the musical guest for “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, which means we can expect the following:
- licking something/everything
- rubbing an object against her crotch
- references to not being Hannah Montana/part of Disney anymore
- more references to not being with Disney anymore, in case you missed it the first time
Yes, she can poke fun at herself and yes, that’s admirable for a starlet in this day and age. But here’s hoping whatever “SNL” comes up with for Miss Cyrus is better than these painfully unfunny promos with Taran Killam. [YouTube]
“Weed is the best drug on earth … One time I smoked a joint with peyote in it, and I saw a wolf howling at the moon … Hollywood is a coke town, but weed is so much better. And Molly, too. Those are happy drugs — social drugs. They make you want to be with friends. You’re out in the open. You’re not in a bathroom … I really don’t like coke. It’s so gross and so dark. It’s like, what are you, from the ’90s? Ew.”
–Miley Cyrus ranks her drugs of choice in her Rolling Stone interview. I have a couple of thoughts on Miley’s drug commentary. Firstly, I want to know what kind of weed she’s smoking that’s making her tongue so dirty. Secondly, cocaine is so ’80s, meth is so ’90s. [US Weekly]
her his new show on Fuse, “Big Freedia: Queen of the Bounce,” Big Freedia gathered over 350 other people in Herald Square in New York City and set the Guinness world record for most people twerking. And no, Miley Cyrus wasn’t among them. So, how does one go about setting a world record? Well, you can’t just do what you want. Guinness set the rules for this twerking event and they were as follow: Keep reading »
Step 1: Press pause on whatever you’re listening to right now.
Step 2: Watch the awesome band HAIM cover Miley Cyrus’s song “Wrecking Ball” in the video above.
Step 3: Stream HAIM’s entire debut album, Days Are Gone, over at NPR.
I am running out of things to say about Miley Cyrus, I mostly just wish to see a little less of her exposed tongue. It’s just so much tongue! Even Cher thinks it’s too much tongue, and also that the Cyrus tongue was “coated,” which is v. true, and v. gross.
Anyway, Miley, tongue, et al. landed the October cover of “Rolling Stone”. Of her VMAs performance, she told the publication, “Honestly, that was our MTV version. We could have even gone further, but we didn’t.” I am frightened, but also curious as to what that would entail. There is something about Cyrus that makes me, a fairly freewheelin’ human of approximately the same age, feel like I am 90 years old and seeing women in trousers rather than skirts for the very first time. I’m generally a huge fan of badly-behaved women, so I really don’t know why this is.
Similarly, this new video for “23″ by Mike WiLL Made It (Miley’s rumored new squeeze, byyyyy the way), which features Cyrus, makes me want to rap my cane against the porch floor and holler about THE YOUTH THESE DAYS. Hear ol’ Miley try her hand at some rapping, after the jump. Spoiler: it’s not very good! Keep reading »