Lookee, it’s Miley Cyrus and she looks … well, pretty dang good. She looks clean, there’s nary a trace of skanky, black PVC-and-leather studded bustier in sight, and she’s not nearly as bloated-looking. Someone’s either laid off the salts, or, you know, just the booze. While I adore the dress and the fresh-facedness, however, the hair is just not doing it for me. I don’t know if it’s the cut, or if it’s the color, but something’s not sitting right and something’s got to be done about it.
What color should Miley go?
August 15, 2011 at 3:30 pm by Sarah
Miley Cyrus’s new equal sign tattoo sparked discussions on Twitter over the weekend after the 18-year-old tweeted a photo of the ink along with a message: “All Love is Equal,” reported Us Magazine on Sunday.
Many of her followers responded in praise for her perceived support for LGBT rights. However, others challenged the self-proclaimed Christian’s stance, asking where in the Bible “God says homosexuality” is okay. Cyrus responded, “Where does it say in the Bible to judge others?”
According to Us Magazine, the negative reactions to her support for LGBT rights led her to quit Twitter in 2009.
“I said on there that I believed in gay marriage because everyone should have the right to love each other,” she toldParade magazine in an interview. “I got such hate mail about being a bad person.”
While body art isn’t for everyone, there are still plenty of ways to show your support for LGBT equality.
Ugh. I’ve had this debate too many times, the whole “God says gay people are evil so it’s ok to hate them and hurt them and be horrible to them” vs. “Hey, how about believing what you want without being cruel to people?” argument. I wish I could give Miley a strong high five for all this, I really do. And it’s been a long time since I’ve thought that.
August 2, 2011 at 3:30 pm by Emily
Here’s Miley‘s latest body art – it’s that little equality sign on her finger there. Isn’t that nice? She posted it on her Twitter with the caption “All LOVE is equal.” Good going, Miley! This is loads better than that dumb dreamcatcher you have! Congrats!
Ok, everybody, I know that Miley doesn’t care what I think about her tattoos. I know this because she ignores my emails, phone calls, post cards, Twitter replies, and that one fax I sent when I was drunk and feeling competent at the library. I know that she has better things to do than worry what a fellow party-lovin’ Tennessean has to say about her tattoos. But you know what? I can’t just stop caring. I can’t just turn my heart off. So excuse the hell out of me, but I won’t stop feeling my feelings for anybody, especially not Miley.
What do you guys think about Miley’s sweet ink?
July 31, 2011 at 8:00 am by Emily
… What, like you don’t?
Here we have Miley Cyrus, finally back in the USA, wolfing down a hot dog. I had a dream last night that I had a meal of chili dogs and they were SO GOOD, so maybe this is a sign that I need to head to the store and buy up some Hebrew Nationals and onions.
Either that or I need to have my tastebuds scraped again.
July 15, 2011 at 9:30 am by Sarah
Though the tour is officially over, there’s been no word as to whether Miley has plans to add dates, or if she’ll bring it back to the US and do a show here for the bajillion ungrateful fans who made her who she is today.
Would you forgive Miley if she came crawling back on her knees?
July 4, 2011 at 2:30 pm by Sarah
Does anyone understand the impulse to get all inappropriately touchy with your favorite celebrities? And I’m not talking about stalking or getting inappropriately touchy with a knife, I hope none of you understand that at all, I’m talking about working yourself up over a celebrity to the point where you cannot help but sneak around security to give a very unwanted hug. Like this poor girl at the Miley Cyrus concert who has too much obsession in her to stay behind the barrier. What’s that all about?
I also love how Miley’s so tough, but she can’t handle the terror of a tiny teenybopper. I get it, my initial reaction would probably be to flip my shit as well, but once I saw that it was a harmless little girl that was being wrestled to the ground anyway, I think I’d be a little more cool, don’t you? Then again, I bet that’s just how Whitney Houston felt in The Bodyguard, you know? It’s a fine, fine line.