Miley Cyrus has reached her zeitgeist saturation point several times over, and I would not be upset if I never saw her bare ass or exposed tongue ever again. We’ve just seen too much of Miley (literally) in the past few months, you know? She needs to, like, go on a six-month horseback-riding retreat in Idaho or something. Any regular old photo of Miley on a sweatshirt wouldn’t do it for me (it’d be sort of like the contemporary equivalent of wearing a Che Guevara tee), but the very special (married, ugh) gentlemen behind Beloved Shirts are really onto something with this geometric take on Destiny Hope featuring her creepy Gene Simmons tongue and violated foam finger. It’s equal parts bizarre and strangely artful, almost Picasso-esque in its fractured design. Is the sweatshirt a worthy $59 investment? Probably not, and by the time the 20-day processing period has ended we’ll probably (ah, but a pipe dream) have forgotten all about the troublesome scene in question … but on the other hand, there’s also a chance it could become a collectible commemorative piece from an, um, iconic moment in Miley’s movement. Read: it could potentially be worth something one day! If the world hasn’t folded in on itself yet, that is. Things are not looking good. [Refinery29]
“Probably, while we were underneath the stage, maybe…[Kevin is] so close to the ground he can smell it.”
–Joey Fatone responds to host Kevin Hart’s claim that he let one rip during the *NSYNC reunion performance at the VMAs with a zinger of his own. Genius followup question by the TMZ paparazzo: “Were you winded from the performance?” Clearly he was. [TMZ]
It’s hard to choose the best part of Sunday night’s MTV Video Music Awards, but if I had to pick just one memorable nanosecond, it would be the bored, faintly annoyed reaction Rihanna gave to Miley Cyrus’s out of control tongue-out twerkathon performance of “We Can’t Stop” and “Blurred Lines” (with Robin Thicke). Rihanna had the same expression that I put on when my dad tries to explain my tax returns to me or tells me about how much he loves the new John Mayer record: I can it the “when will this be over?” face. Also, she was likely very, very out-of-her-mind high.
With that in mind, we imagined what Rihanna might do when face with some other incredible moments/unbelievable shitshows. Like the following: Keep reading »
We’re covering all the action at the MTV Video Music Awards tonight, and it all starts with the stars on the red carpet in front of the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn. Stick with us tonight on Twitter — @TheFrisky — for all the latest. And check back here often for more amazing red carpet looks.
The MTV Video Music Awards are on Sunday, and we’re watching them the best (and only) way we know how: The Frisky way.
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Last night was kind of stressful. Between Fashion’s Night Out, the DNC Obama speech and the MTV Video Music Awards there were not enough hours in the night to get it all done. So much TV to watch! So much shopping to do! Bad timing aside, the VMAs did deliver their usual round of well choreographed dance/lip syncing performances (um, I never thought I’d actually like a Taylor Swift song) and host/audience hijinks (Kevin Hart, such a tiny weirdo!). That said, what we really care about is the fashions. And there were so many! Let’s see what the stars wore, shall we?