Inside Miley Cyrus, there’s a big girl waiting to get out. But can someone please tell her she’s not a big girl just yet? She’s not even legal for a few more months, yet last year she did a lapdance for producer Adam Shankman a (gay) 44 year-old man, and earlier this year she did a photo shoot in a corset. Now she’s performing for kids in skimpy outfits (a olive-colored one-piece leotard/ bustier/ bathing suit with “nude” leggings and black high-heel “come-eff-me-boots”) and rubbing her hand suggestively along her hip and thigh.
Now, it’s understandable that she doesn’t get the TV show Glee, and can’t “suspend her disbelief,” despite her background, but how does she not get that she’s behaving inappropriately? As far as I can tell, daddy Billy Ray Cyrus has don’t anything mean to his daughter, so she’s not a head case like some of her elder sister celebs.
So what’s going on with all these “dress up” games? And how come she’s saying that she’s not a fan of pop music? Isn’t that what she’s all about? Well apparently not, as her Can’t Be Tamed video, off her upcoming album of the same name, shows. In it, she’s wear a black one-piece, looks kind of like a goth-y Mary Kate or Ashley Olsen. Oh wait, she’s some mythical creature, the Avis Cyrus (?), and she has large black wings. And according to the lyrics, she “goes through guys like money.”
Hmm, yes. Maybe she and Avril Lavigne can compare notes about how tough they are. But at least Avril’s of age. I really find it hard to buy this new pop-punk Miley at the (maybe not so) tender age of 17. Then again, how many other “sweet” little lala land girls went on to be Monster Sluts successful adult entertainers? I’ve lost count.