The Thing About Miley Cyrus Is…

She’s a celebrity. Her dad was a country star and made a gajillion Achy Breaky dollars. She was raised where being the center of attention is the norm. When she got a little older, she did the Hannah Montana thing. After that, she was nobody again for a little while and I guess she didn’t enjoy that too much because she began to move into a different direction.

My guess? She’s just looking for attention through shock value, whatever on earth that is these days. Everything else has already been done. Elvis and his pelvis did it, Michael Jackson moonwalked and crotch grabbed, Madonna had pointy cone boobs, Lady Gaga hatched from an egg and waddled around in a meat dress. And Miley Cyrus twerked and stuff. Next year, some other ex-child star shithead will do something else even more shocking. God knows what that will entail, but I’m sure we’ll all be open mouthed and read far too much into it than what is really there and we’ll all say we seen it coming because we DID see it coming.

I don’t understand parents saying they won’t let their kids watch Hannah Montana reruns, either. Hannah Montana was a silly kid show. No twerking on that show whatsoever. There was a lot of corny comebacks and hair flipping, though. And that, my friends, is TRULY terrifying.

So, tell me. What did you all expect her to do with her post Hannah Montana career anyway? Did you see a country music career in there for her? Did you think she’d grow up and go to college and get a real job? No, me neither. She’s Billy Ray Cyrus’s daughter–she is doing exactly what was expected of her and maybe she even bumped it up a notch.

Now, if you don’t mind, I’m going to go back to what I was doing before the VMA’s expelled a level of ridiculousness on the entire world unlike anything we’ve ever seen before just like it does every single year.


3 thoughts on “The Thing About Miley Cyrus Is…

  1. Never watched the VMA and have no intention of watching it in the future. If these ‘celebrities’ want to act like idiots, let ’em. Wonder how they’ll feel about these things when they’re older and have kids of their own.


  2. I have never watched the VMAs either…simply because I have no interest in music as a “visual” medium (at least not the way they present it). I agree with your assessment and can only add that in the entertainment industry the best way to make an impression is to “one-up” your predecessors – which makes it scary to think what is around the corner. MTV was a great idea…but it went terribly wrong and became the single largest contributing factor in the downfall of good music.


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