Miley Cyrus’s Bangerz tour has kicked off and there are lots of photos to prove it. Now, some people might complain that the show isn’t exactly the ‘educational’ performance that she’d promised. But we don’t think she ever seriously meant that half-clothed renditions of We Can’t Stop were ever meant to be educational.
Miley Cyrus taking a selfie on her Bangerz tour!
While Lady Gaga's habit of borrowing from other people's repertoires - whether it be visual or musical - is used as a stick to beat her with, Miley gets a lot of flack because everyone thinks that she’s the first person to ever, say, stick her tongue out. She's really not, so here we show you that everything Miley’s doing up on stage is a respectful nod to someone else. Basically, we've seen it all before, so don't get your knickers in a twist.
Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus were supposedly girlfriends — but are they anymore? Comments Perry made on TV while promoting her Prismatic tour Down Under made their way halfway around the world, and Cyrus is not happy.
It all started Monday on Australia's "Sunrise" program, when one of the hosts riffed off Perry's hit "I Kissed a Girl" to lead into a discussion of the "Roar" singer's recent lip-lock with Cyrus during one of the "Wrecking Ball" singer's shows.
@mileycyrus Girl if ur worried abt where tongues have been good thing ur ex boo is ur EX BOO cause we ALL know where THAT been
Yeah, so it is a bit gross that Miley's vibing off of her whole child star image by dressing raunchily next to teddy bears - if you want to be an adult artist and let people know you're an adult, then just do that, don't try to appeal to kids - but she really isn't the first pop star to dance about with some cuddly fluffy bears.
Kanye West dressed up as a teddy, Geri Halliwell did it in that unfortunately unpopular video of hers last year, Katy Perry did it, and you might very well be doing it. As well as Kigus, for all their portaloo impracticality, becoming firm festival favourites, brightly coloured faux-fur is totally in right now.
For the Marc Jacobs spring 2014 campaign, Miley Cyrus looks lost in thought as she pouts her way through the images, taken by legendary photographer David Sims. The Bangerz hitmaker, whose somber face first made its debut on the Internet back in January, looks fierce in brand new campaign photos released on Feb. 28.
Cyrus appears to be dead or in a daydream-like state as she lays in the sand underneath ominous-looking storm clouds wearing a navy corset ball gown featuring black sheer sleeves. The star of Jacobs' spring ad campaign is joined by two models, who in the other photos, serve as props in the backdrop.