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So of course I don’t expect everyone to look like Heidi-fucking-Montag whenever they go out in public, and especially not to the gym, but little Miley Cyrus here? Looks fucking awful. She looks like she’s been out on a week-long vodka bender that she’s just now trying to sweat out. She looks like she could use another couple hours of sleep, and not, you know, on the floor of some dude’s bathroom at Chateau Marmont.
Plus, the Joan Jett and the Blackhearts tee? Gee, where’d you get that, Miley, the Rave?
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March 15, 2011 at 7:30 am by Sarah
These are not photos of Miley Cyrus drunk, becuase Miley Cyrus would, like, NEVER drink. It’s just not legal, y’all, to drink if you’re under the adult age of twenty-one, so these photos of Miley partying until the wee hours of the morning at Chateau Marmont (the, um, classiest of the classy) in LA aren’t even really anything to give a second thought to. Miley probably doesn’t even know how she got there. Thank God there were some super-friendly people to help her out of the club, or she might not have found her way out and THEN, my goodness, what would the world think?
March 14, 2011 at 5:30 am by Sarah
If you ever find yourself thinking that Miley Cyrus is a little bit too Hollywood, just reference these photos. The 18-year-old singer/actress went after a paparazzo in an LA parking lot yesterday, full-on hitting the dude and then standing around for another minute to give some lip to everyone documenting the moment. And remember, kids: This is the second time this has happened this week.
March 11, 2011 at 7:30 am by Molls
Yesterday the singer and her mom Tish were eating at California Chicken Cafe (which always makes me LOL because back in like 2007, my gay husband used to practically stalk some dude that usually ate there and I’d get manic texts like, “OMG, I’m at California Chicken Cafe and the husband alarm just went off in here! Ding ding ding!”), and when they left, they were rushed by a couple of cameramen that had been waiting to swoop in. One of the paps was so desperate to get shots of Miley that he ran into her mother, swiping her with his camera. That’s when Miley lost her damn mind.
There’s a good 30 seconds of Miley telling off this dude and it’s pretty respectable. Tish seems like she could barely give a shit (I guess that’s what happens when you fuck Bret Michaels,) but it was really sweet of Miley to stand up for her like that. It showed that that big mouth of hers can be used for good, too.
March 9, 2011 at 3:30 pm by Molls
Miley Cyrus hosted Saturday Night Live last night, and although she seemed super nervous and sang in just about every sketch to avoid having to actually deliver comedic lines, she was generally pretty cool.
Anyone who’s been watching this season knows that new cast member Vanessa Bayer does a hilarious impression of Milers, so everyone was waiting for the moment when Real Miley would either face off with or confront Fake Miley. Instead we got something way better: Fake Miley sitting across from Real Miley, doing an impression of her good buddy Justin Bieber. This was, hands down, Miley’s greatest moment of the night. She clearly has Justin’s bit on lock, and I’m sure poking fun at her friend made sitting across from someone doing a borderline mean impression of her voice and mannerisms a little less awkward.
Other good bits from the show: A Disney Channel acting school sketch (Mickey is going to be PISSED when he sees this) and of course, the show’s Charlie Sheen intro, although Miley’s impression of Lindsay Lohan could use some serious work.
Check out the official photos in the gallery and let me know what you thought about Miley’s hosting job in the comments.
March 6, 2011 at 1:00 pm by Molls
“It is very important to me to work on mending my family right now. My family is the most important thing I have, and we are working together to make sure our future is stronger and healthier.”
Billy Ray Cyrus, speaking out in defense of his recent comments about how Hannah Montana ruined his family, and how much he regrets placing his kids – and marriage – in the spotlight of celebrity scrutiny.
Call me naive, but I believe this guy, you know. I think he’s being pretty genuine. I mean, it’s not as if he’s Michael-fucking-Lohan or anything – I truly think he loves his plaid-wearing, pickin’-and-grinnin’ family, and I think that it’s a good thing that he wants to heal his family and what not. However? True healing is probably going to occur behind closed doors, not through media outlets and ‘accidental’ interviews.
Ol’ Billy Ray has definitely got some good intentions and I hope the best for him and his family, but something like this is definitely going to take some time.