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Miley Cyrus: A turn for the worst?

A couple of years ago myself and many young girls were excited about this new show airing  called Hannah Montana. It was about a girl living two lives. In her one life, she was a big superstar, and in the other, she was a normal high school girl.

If you think about it, that’s kind of how Miley portrays herself in real life. Once she started to break away from her role on Disney, she wanted to show the world that she wasn’t this little girl anymore. And that she did. Rumors say that ever since she cut her hair, she’s been on a wild streak, but I beg to differ. Does anyone remember the Kids Choice Awards where she pole danced? Here is a reminder:

I think after that, she was giving us a warning sign of the “new Miley”. Since then, she has started smoking weed with artists like Wiz Khalifa, she cut off her long locks (for a good cause), dyed her hair blonde, started  twerking (as Kevin Hart says moving her pelvis really fast) and made a song produced by Hip-Hop producer Mike WiLL Made It.

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To make her image even better, she decided to sing with Robin Thicke at the VMA’s to a song entitled “Blurred Lines”. The performance truly shocked everyone at the awards show ,especially when she started to hump a foam finger and twerk on Robin Thicke who is happily married to Paula Patton.  Miley definitely got world wide attention and she still has some supporters. All we can do is sit back, watch, and try not to get embarrassed as Miley’s song clearly tells us that she can’t stop.

If you haven’t watched the VMA’s here is the performance:

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