Miley Cyrus teamed up with Quentin Jones for a kinky collaboration that can’t be missed. The two-minute, bondage-based short film has Miley “tongue-tied,” but it’s worth a view. It’s been floating around for some time, but it just caught my eye. Enjoy.
Miley Cyrus in “Miley” by Quentin Jones – NOWNESS from NOWNESS on Vimeo.
Please don’t be fooled by the title of Miley Cyrus’ ‘Adore You’ video, because 3.4 seconds in, you’ll realize it’s a ruse. She really adores herself. And 57 million hits later, you’ll reach an unfortunate revelation that the public adores her too. The creativity of such scintillating self-love is beyond my grasp, but her clever ploy to win attention has helped the former Disney zygote become a massive success, so I suppose my distaste is irrelevant. Watch below — or don’t — it’s your call.
It’s interesting that Katy Perry is singing about a “Dark Horse,” after being vomited on by high-voltage hues, but who cares, right? In fact, as long as she’s not rolling around the stage performing gross-out gestures (see Miley Cyrus
), I’d say her less than desirable aesthetic choices get a pass. Watch below.
In case you doubted Harry Connick Jr.’s well-deserved position on the American Idol panel, take a look at the video below, where Connick criticizes Emily Piriz’s performance of Grace Potter’s ‘Paris (Ooh La La).’ Connick felt the lyrics were a little too racy for an 18 year old and asked that she recite the original two lines which insinuated oral sex. Though Seacrest dubbed his dig “daddy-mode,” it’s a valid critique. We don’t need another Miley Cyrus on our hands.
Emily Piriz – Paris Oh La La – American Idol 13… by IdolxMuzic
Madonna’s failed attempt to stay relevant landed her in a pathetic zone of desperation. The entire debacle happened on MTV Unplugged, where Miley Cyrus and Madonna tried to strip down their music. Instead, Miley stripped and Madonna . . . well — WATCH BELOW.
The reviews for Britney Spears’ Planet Hollywood show
are in, and it appears that the pop princes delivered the powerhouse performance she promised. The 90 minute show includes a retrospective set-list
that the fans feverishly fought for, along with two new tunes off her latest record, ‘Britney Jean.’ As for her dancing, the videos indicate that she’s close to her old self. While she still appears nervous, who wouldn’t be on opening night? Give the girl a month to tighten up her choreography and acclimate to the awe-inducing venue, and I’m sure she’ll rid the kinks. Overall, one thing is clear. Britney is back! Watch Miley Cyrus lip-syncing on opening night. I’ve also included a clip from the show. Enjoy!
Though I’ve boarded the Miley Cyrus hate train in the past, even The Dishmaster changes her mind from time to time. She killed it on Saturday Night Live, and I’ll give credit where credit is due. Doubling as a host and musical guest, she performed her two biggest hits. Watch below.
What exactly is Miley Cyrus trying to accomplish? Am I to be convinced she’s grown out of her pre-pubescent image and officially entered sexy town? Though sex sells, it’s also unoriginal. There’s many ways to get attention, and parading around in a nude bikini or spreading one’s legs atop a wrecking ball, seems to be the most prosaic plead for praise. And as an aside, I can’t help but wonder about Pink’s reaction, considering Miley seems to have hijacked her entire persona (minus the original songwriting, of course).