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Miley Cyrus At The VMAs- Way Too Much

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So it wouldn’t have been the VMAs without a bit of scandal, right?

Miley Cyrus.  Oh, dear.  There is far too much to criticize, but the important things to point out can be put into a convenient list.

1.  When did Miley decide that she was going to be black?  Cos she’s not.  Also, what was the deal with her hair.  She’s a mess.

2.  I understand she wants to be shocking and make a scene, but you don’t have to dress skimpily and imply things to get that done.  It just seems that it’s the only way that she knows.  Yikes.

3.  The bit with Robin Thicke…he has a wife.  I’ve already written about that, when I talked about his “Blurred Lines” vid.  Okay, Miley, please respect that and don’t twerk on him.  Or, if it was predetermined, wtf?  In that case, I feel bad for his wife.

It’s always a bit pathetic to see someone trying too hard, and Miley should just give it a rest.  She’s become something I’m pretty sure none of us expected, and it’s disappointing.

Her performance of her song “We Can’t Stop” was…interesting.  First off, the network blocked out the word “Molly”- I had thought it was “Miley”, but I guess not.  It was all pretty gross, with the oversexualisation of it all making it pretty uncomfortable.  To think that children watch this show just makes Miley’s behaviour totally out of line.

I hope that the shock factor was worth it, because now I simply cannot respect her at all.  The Hannah Montana days are long gone, and soon, Cyrus is going to hit bottom.  I wonder if Amanda Bynes has a spare room for her…

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