Provocative chanteuse Miley Cyrus has done it again! Of course, by "it" I mean "taken her clothes off with the correct assumption that in response she will be rewarded with attention." This time, we get to see her boob. HER WHOLE ENTIRE BOOB.
Like every standard employment contract, Britney Spears' back-up dancers were given specific instructions to keep Britney away from drugs and alcohol, if at all possible. The contract states, "Contractor acknowledges that it is essential that [Britney] not be exposed to any alcohol, drugs, or controlled substances."…
After tonight, Hannah Montana will be no more. Will the series end with carefree Hannah completing a Black Swan-like transition into Can't-Be-Tamed salvia-smoking Miley? Waking up and realizing it was a dream all along? What do you think, readers?
- After some pointless blather about terrorism and economic recovery during today's White House Press Briefing, Robert Gibbs addressed the question weighing most heavily on Americans' minds: Will the State of the Union preempt Lost's 3-hour season premiere?
If there's one pop-cultural shift that will most likely be studied long after this decade ends, it is the public shift from viewing fame as a strange sort of entertainment to viewing fame as a legitimate career path.
- Is Britney being forced to tour? An insider says she's emotionally fragile, but her father insists the show must go on. The source claims:
- Miley Cyrus wants to dump her boyfriend Justin Gaston, but her father doesn't approve:
Mark Blankenship from NPR's blog Monkey See reviewed the new "Hannah Montana" movie and found a "sinister hidden message" lodged in at the end. Spoiler alert! after the jump.
Two Conde Nast titles feature Miley Cyrus this month. In Teen Vogue Miley's a wild child who thinks dating rules are dumb (but doesn't break them). In Glamour the "girl-woman" is openly dating a 20-year-old.
The world premiere of Hannah Montana: The Movie at Hollywood's El Capitan Theatre is one of the most horrifying spectacles we've ever witnessed.