Sweet Miley, Elvis never put on a skin colored bikini and got faux-doggystyled on national tv!

From MSNBC:

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This is the latest chapter in Miley Cyrus’ brand handlers to try to make something substantial out of the former Disney television star.

It’s a deception, or an illusion, or a bullshit argument, whichever terminology you prefer — she doesn’t stand for anything except the Miley Cyrus brand and the bank accounts associated with it.

It’s free publicity people (and a waste of bandwidth).

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3 thoughts on “Sweet Miley, Elvis never put on a skin colored bikini and got faux-doggystyled on national tv!

  1. She does have a point though. People were all sorts of angry about the way Elvis danced when he first came out. I really can’t think of any other musicians who have had as much time and press dedicated to their overtly sexual dance styles as Miley and Elvis.

    • hi zack and thanks for dropping by. i agree with what you’re saying about elvis causing an uproar and i would be more sympathetic to what miley cyrus says on this topic if she had more musical talent. elvis had a cracking band and songwriters and obviously a ton of musical success where miley cyrus is a musician just starting out. she uses outrageous behavior and statements to distract from the fact that her music really isn’t very good. i can’t stand beyonce but at least she can sing, miley can barely carry a tune in a bucket. it comes across as a cyncial public relations maneuver and not a heartfelt statement.

      • You do post some very interesting points there that I really can’t argue with.
        But you have to admit she’s doing something right if she’s still getting people to talk about her. I really don’t think she’s that terrible of a singer, but I do find it impressive how many people feel the need to talk, tweet and blog about her.
        Don’t get me wrong though… I’ve done it too: http://tomsin83.wordpress.com/2013/10/24/miley-cyrus-wrecking-ball/

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