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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Miley's Moment of Shock and Awe

Quel horreur! Miley Cyrus decided to go all-out, desperate, headline-grabbing skanky last night, like the lowliest of crack-hos, at the Video Music Awards. To think, this event was taking place only a few subway stops from where I live in Brooklyn (in Barclay's Center).  I thought I felt something slaggy in the night air! Zoot aleurs, me darlin's! I felt like I had to take a shower after watching the viral video (now deleted, it seems, from YouTube).

Well, if attention Miley wanted, attention she got. Question is: will this serve her well in the long run? She certainly stole the spotlight from Lady Gaga and Katy Perry for the night! Booty-bumping, grinding her ass into co-performer Robin Thicke's crotch after she stripped down to a bikini (as if to test his thickeness), her sleaze factor went off the filthometer! Miley's tongue lolled about from her leering ruby lips as if she were having a seizure. All in all, she almost made Ke$ha look Puritanical. Especially when she used the foam-hand, big pointing finger in a faux-masturbatory manner! Good Lord, is nothing off-bounds? Sacre bleu! Even Madonna must have been aghast, grinding her newly bejeweled teeth! (While taking notes.)

Reception was mostly negative to say the least. Cyndi Lauper decided there was a limit to girls just wanting to have fun! Reported E! online: "'That was girl gone wild. So sad, so sad....

"'She's in a song that literally says that the blurred lines allowed you to—when a woman says no, she means yes—and that's frightful because that's date rape,'" noted Lauper.

"The 'She Bop' singer wasn't done, however. 'And there she is, a young twentysomething trying to prove she can hang with the big boys and girls, you know, basically simulating a Girl Gone Wild video onstage. And I just felt like that was so beneath her and raunchy, really raunchy,' added Lauper. 'It wasn't even art.'"

Adam Lambert dissented, also according to E!: "Listen if it wasn't ur cup of tea—all good but why is everyone spazzing? Hey—she's doin something right. We all talking,"


  1. She was like a little girl playing dress up to look like a "woman fully growed," and it didn't work. To a horrifying degree. She looked awful, she played right into Thicke's misogynist idiocy AND she was racist in her treatment of one of her black backup dancers.

  2. You go, Rebecca! And I must disagree with Adam Lambert. If getting people to talk is the ultimate goal, why didn't she just pull his thickeness out of his pants? (Good comment on that, DJ Buddy!) She was a skank, but so was Robin Thicke, and he deserves a heap of scorn as well.

  3. Well, this is a little flap here now, isn't it?