Miley Cyrus only hosted Saturday Night Live a few weeks ago, but she made a surprise re-appearance this Saturday (October 26) to make a special announcement.
“She should just do what she wants. I’m nobody’s f***in’ mother. I think you should call somebody else [for advice]. I’m not the right person to ask about this sort of thing.”
No one could stop Miley Cyrus this week on the charts. Though Panic at the Disco, Drake and Justin Timberlake tried their hardest.
While pundits and artists alike have lined up to take pot shots at the young pop heroine, none less than the biggest rock star in the world has stood up and defended Cyrus’ right to twerk to her heart’s desire.
On ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,’ Miley performed an a cappella version of “We Can’t Stop” with The Roots and performed “Wrecking Ball” sans pants.
Disney has helped artists like Selena Gomez and Miley Cyrus jumpstart their musical careers, but the company is now aiming straight for the heart of all music-related content: the Internet.
Now, Cyrus seems to have raised the ire of Eurythmics’ Annie Lennox, who took to her Facebook over the weekend (October 5) to post her own open letter regarding young females in the music industry, though she made a point not to name any names.
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Spears commented on a series of burning pop music questions during an exclusive interview with San Francisco morning show hosts Fernando and Greg on 99.7 NOW.
After more than a month of media proliferation so impressive it will be studied in public relations classes for years to come, Miley Cyrus’ ‘Saturday Night Live’ gig as host and musical guest has finally arrived.
Sinead O’Connor has penned yet another open letter to the young pop star, demanding an apology and threatening legal action if she doesn’t get one.