Miley Cyrus gave a glimpse of more than she maybe intended (or not?) as she posed on the red carpet before the show. What do you think, a little inappropriate for a 17 year old? Better or worse than the Vanity Fair photo shoot she did several years ago?
Miley turns 18 on November 23, 2010, and she told MTV News that her birthday wish is for her parents to be reconciled – even temporarily. “I think we need time to all be together,” she said. “So that would be rad if we could all go to the beach or something.”
Yes, Miley, that would totally be rad. Or something.
Miley Cyrus is no Adam Lambert … at least according to “Good Morning America.” After simulating a girl-on-girl kiss while on “Britain’s Got Talent” two weeks ago (bottom left), the 17-year-old pop sensation performed on ‘GMA’ today (top).
Interesting move … considering they banned Adam Lambert from performing back in November after he kissed a male band member on the American Music Awards (bottom right).
Translation: Heterosexual underage female singer simulating a lesbian kiss = good. Gay male singer actually kissing a man = bad.
“I’m not trying to be ‘slutty,'” said Cyrus in a recent interview. “I’m not trying to be like, go to the club and get a bunch of guys … What I’m trying to do is to make a point with my record and look consistent, in the way my record sounds and the way I dress.”
What she wears has been put under the spotlight recently. Some thought the video for “Can’t Be Tamed” was too provocative, and others have criticized her for revealing too much skin in her outfits. Cyrus admits to being partial to shorts and hot pants. But she sees nothing wrong with flashing her legs. “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. I feel more comfortable dressing with a little less, which is just how I’ve always been,” she said. “Now I’m able to do that a little more freely and, also, I’ve just grown up to be this way too. It’s not like this was me five years ago. It’s me now, presently.”
Maturing is Cyrus’ current mission. She’ll finally shed the blonde wig of her Disney pop star persona, “Hannah Montana,” when it ends this year. Then Cyrus will be free to embrace her solo stardom and sex appeal. “When you’re 11, the word you would use to describe someone is definitely not sexy, and as you get older I think you grow into that. And I think I’ve done that 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.”