It’s over between Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth. The pair, who were co-stars on The Last Song, split after more than a year of dating, People.com has confirmed. Back in June, Cyrus, 17, denied breakup rumors, saying on her website, “Just wanna clear up a rumor. Liam [Hemsworth] and I did not break. EVER!” Bummer.
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Miley Cyrus is done with pop music. The singer, 17, says she wants to be…edgier. Usmagazine is reporting that Cyrus said, “I kinda want this to be my last record for a little while and … take a break.” She is currently working on “her last pop album.” After taking a break, she said she wants to explore other musical styles and create “something edgier.”
People.com reported that Cyrus will be teaming up with Poison frontman Bret Michaels, remaking the popular 80’s ballad “Every Rose Has It’s Thorn.” Her rep confirms that she had recorded her version of the song in New York.
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Someone explain to me what is wrong with Miley Cyrus, her family, and her stylists. The singer met the Queen of England at Monday’s Royal Variety Awards in London, and chose to wear a cleavage baring orange dress. Even better, when the 17 year old performed, she was barely clothed in tiny leather hotpants and a crop top. She also has recently sported a tattoo under her left breast that reads “just breathe.”
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Usmagazine is reporting that a tour bus carrying the concert production crew of Miley Cyrus overturned in Virginia Friday morning. The accident injured nine passengers and killed the driver of the bus. The singer, 16, was not on the bus when is overturned on Interstate 85, 40 miles away from Richmond. The bus was part of a four vehicle caravan with 14 passengers, and seems to have drifted off the road possibly due to wet pavement from the rain.
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Ah, finally some Miley Cyrus news that I can agree with. Sixteen year old Miley has been named the 2009 Worst Celebrity Influence. To make it worse for Miss Miley, this was not a poll taken by adults that would be turned off by her choices, outfits, and dance moves. No, no, this poll is strictly for tweens- kids between the ages of 9-15. So why is her fan base suddenly turning against her? Why did 42% vote for Miley Cyrus, while Britney Spears only received 27% and Kayne West 19% of votes? My take would be that Brittney and Kayne don’t claim to be role models for tweens. They are adults; they make mature videos, sing about mature topics, that’s what adults do. But why is a sixteen year old dancing on a pole and making a music video where viewers can almost completely see up her shorts? I can only hope that people are realizing what a mess Miley Cyrus is, and can only imagine it is going to get worse before getting any better. I agree completely with this poll, taking by JSYK.com (Just So You Know), an AOL pop culture blog.
On the other side of the poll, Selena Gomez, Nick Jonas, Taylor Swift, Emma Watson, and Justin Bieber were named “Best Celeb Influence.” Way to go kids.
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Looks like Miley Cyrus’s younger sister is following in her footsteps. Noah Cyrus, who is nine years old, dressed as- well it looks to be a dominatrix at the 2009 Dream Halloween event in Los Angeles. I am not sure why a nine year old thinks they need to dress this way, or why the parents would allow her to step foot out of the house looking like that. The internet is abuzz with backlash over this too mature costume, and I agree with every post. First we have to see sixteen year old Miley grind on a stripper pole at the Teen Choice Awards, now we get to deal with her younger siblings dressing way too sexy. All I wonder when I see this is why does Billy Ray and Tish Cyrus think this is okay? Are they that hungry to get their picture taken and make sure their family is in the news that they will subject their daughters to the media scrutiny that they had to have known was going to follow? What a shame.
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