Miley Cyrus’ Unforgettable MTV Video Music Awards Performance!
If there’s any justice in the world, any justice at all, then Miley Cyrus‘ unforgettable performance at the VMAs will be given a ticket!
Cyrus was country for about five minutes a few years ago when her song “The Climb” peaked on the country charts at number #25 and of course being the daughter of Billy Ray.
Her “performance” was easily one of the most pathetic attempts to appear sexy and “edgy” in the history of human existence. And no, I refuse to admit that’s even a slight exaggeration. (???)
Miley came out of a giant teddy bear, wearing trashy teddy bear lingerie, to sing “We Can’t Stop”. Although the singing itself was pretty poor.
Miley was more interested in sticking out her tongue, twerking, smacking and / or motioning toward her crotch . . . and sticking her nose in the rather large buttocks of a “hefty” woman onstage.
Then Miley pulled off what little clothes she was wearing, so that she was in nothing but a bra and a very inadequate pair of panties . . . as ROBIN THICKE came out to sing“Blurred Lines”.
Unfortunately, Miley didn’t leave the stage. She sang WITH Robin. Oh, and she also “Twerked” against his crotch . . . and rubbed it with one of those foam “Number One” fingers . . . which she also used as her own personal love toy.
I want to find all the words I can to describe how bad it all was, but the two that keep coming to mind are “sad” and “pathetic”. There are none that tell the tale any better.
Miley simply went out there and acted like exactly what she is: A child who has no idea what REALLY makes a woman sexy.
For all the hype surrounding the big ‘N SYNC reunion and the performances by Lady Gaga and Katy Perry, it was Miley who supplied the night’s TRULY buzz worthy moment. Everything else paled in comparison. Miley Cyrus made the biggest impression at last night’s “MTV Video Music Awards”, but for all the wrong reasons. Her performance included “twerking”, crotch-gesturing and a lot of bad singing. When she wasn’t sticking her tongue out, that is.
– Greg Thunder, 100.3 The Bull Houston