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Miley Cyrus: ‘I Made History’ At The MTV Awards

From Fox News:

Miley Cyrus: I made history at the MTV VMAs

By Cory Lopez | September 03, 2013

After much too much media hoopla, Miley Cyrus is finally tossing in her two cents about her controversial, twerk-tastic performance with Robin Thicke at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards.

“I don’t pay attention to the negative because I’ve seen this play out so many times,” the former Disney star says of her detractors in an MTV News interview. “How many times have we seen this play out in pop music?” …

“Madonna‘s done it. Britney‘s done it,” she continues. “Every VMA performance, that’s what you’re looking for; you’re wanting to make history.”

Well, it could be worse. Other people try to make history via suicide belts or mass shootings.

Even before taking the stage this year, Miley knew she would be joining the ranks of those stand-out VMA performances.

“Me and Robin the whole time said, ‘You know we’re about to make history right now,” she recalls.

“What’s amazing is … people are still talking about it. They’re overthinking it,” she adds. “You’re thinking about it more than I thought about it when I did it. Like, I didn’t even think about it ’cause that’s just me!”

Somehow we can believe that not a lot of thought was involved.

Maybe now we can put the Miley talk to rest.

Not if she and her high priced PR firms can help it.

In other Millennial outreach news, we have this from the Daily Caller:

18-35 year olds search Yahoo for the dumbest things

By Sarah Hofmann | September 3, 2013

Yahoo recently shared some of the top searches from users 18-35, Uproxx reports. The disappointing and confusing list is:

how to twerk
how to boil an egg
what is molly
what is a ratchet makeover
what is hummus
what is a synonym
what is hpv
what is a gif
how to write a resume
who is robin thicke

For the record, the Urban Dictionary defines Ratchet: "A diva, mostly from urban cities and ghettos, who believes she is every man’s eye candy. Unfortunately, she’s wrong. A degenerate Chaka Khan look-alike."

Still, we suppose we should be slightly encouraged that there is some interest in writing a resume.

This article was posted by Steve on Wednesday, September 4th, 2013. Comments are currently closed.

8 Responses to “Miley Cyrus: ‘I Made History’ At The MTV Awards”

  1. GetBackJack says:

    Yes, you did. History of the Bad Taste Award. You happy, now? Finally got Daddy’s attention?

  2. Noyzmakr says:

    Jeffery Dahmer made history too.

  3. Astravogel says:

    It seems lately, that when female singers
    can’t sing, they start taking their clothes off.

    • Noyzmakr says:

      I’ve often told people that Not-a-Lady Gaga wears such outrageous outfits to draw attention away from her face. My liberal silver pony-tailed neighbor says, “But she’s got a hot body” to which I answered, “You think pot cures alzheimers. Coming from a guy who can’t tell me what he ate for breakfast, I don’t give much weight to your judgement.” He walked away in a huff, mumbling.

    • Rusty Shackleford says:

      Along those lines, Madonna truly is the “Face Of Detroit”.

  4. canary says:

    Can’t wait to see Beyonce up the ante. When she proved again her statement that she was so brilliant it was scary, she perfectly lip synced when her hair got caught in a fan on stage. This out did her lip sync act in front of the 1st family.

    Beyonce must be fuming her naked costume for her Mrs. Carter tour got less publicity, so no telling what brilliant act she will come up with to out scare herself.

    You have to pity all these bimbos who think going blond isn’t enough.

  5. mr_bill says:

    She’s appealing to the most base impulses of her audience, just like a whore does. Although, to be fair, the prostitutes on television never dress in such scant “clothing.” They apparently have some respect for themselves.

    What’s next for the VMAs? Full-on orgy on stage? Maybe they can get some more Disney performers to screw each other live in front of the audience while their over-produced, soul-less, music is played with a “vocal backing track.” They aren’t far short of such a thing, now.

    A truly sad commentary on this generation.

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