Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Miley Cyrus Dutch Magazines Cover Girl

Miam Cutest Couple

Miley comes 4th in a list of superstars who fans would most like to see in a Broadway show

Miley Cyrus came 4th on a WENN.COM poll, with 12% of the votes where fans chose who they’d most like to see in a Broadway show.

Lady GaGa topped the list with 32% of votes ahead of fellow pop princess Britney Spears who came behind with 28%.

Tom Cruise came at 3rd with 26% of the votes, and lastly, Justin Bieber came 4th with 5% of the votes.

Miley Cyrus Tells Fans To Stay Away From Gossip Sites

Miley admits that she thinks her fans should stay away from any Gossip sites, apart from ones who only post positive news: "There’s so many fake & bad news out there these days, you never know who or what to trust. So my advice to my fans is that stay away from Gossip sites. They can post really fake news that can put that person down and their fans. Only go on the sites you know and trust, preferably those who never post anything bad, whether its true or not. On my websites & are the 2 places where you can be sure its official news."

"Can't Be Tamed" New York Times Review

Miley Cyrus will turn 18 in November, though she’s been an adult for some time now. Ever since a suggestive 2008 Vanity Fair photo shoot thrust her out of the Disney cocoon into the mainstream consciousness, she’s been the subject of speculation, concern and fear. Ms. Cyrus, the chatterers argued, was in trouble but could still be saved.

And yet innocence has never been the core of Ms. Cyrus’s appeal. As the star of the Disney Channel’s “Hannah Montana” series, she plays a knowing character — regular kid by day, pop star by night — who understands the duality of celebrity. Being famous is work, and not always of the glamorous kind.

A similar duality is now beginning to undo Ms. Cyrus in real life, where she’s still tied inextricably to her Disney identity but looking for a safe landing spot. As surely as the teen idol is a part of pop culture, so is the molting of her shiny veneer.

Last week Ms. Cyrus released “Can’t Be Tamed” (Hollywood), the first album that’s shown the frayed seams of her identity. But Ms. Cyrus’s metamorphosis isn’t nearly as radical as “Can’t Be Tamed” — the title track, the video, the title — would suggest. Rather, she’s evolving into something far less controversial: a pop star, confused like all the rest of them.

“Can’t Be Tamed” may be the least consistent of her several albums to date — the ones released under her name and the ones as Hannah Montana — but it’s also the most unexpectedly thrilling. There are phenomenal dance-pop songs but also stilted ballads and high-energy screamers. It continues the anchorlessness that’s been clear in Ms. Cyrus’s music the last year and a half. In that time she’s had two major hits: “The Climb,” a soaring, inspirational pop-country ballad from the soundtrack to “Hannah Montana: The Movie,” and “Party in the U.S.A.,” a saccharine, chirpy confection that’s almost the exact opposite (and, notably, does not appear on this album, or any other).

“Can’t Be Tamed” continues the chaos. The title track is Rebellion 101: “I want to be a part of something I don’t know/and if you try to hold me back, I might explode.” In the video she’s trapped in a cage, wearing wings, and teases her female backup dancers with near-kisses. As ever, on this song Ms. Cyrus displays a husky, distinctive voice that undermines any attempts at naïveté, but still, there’s no frisson to this attempt at rebirth.

Her lashing out is perfunctory too — “Can’t Be Tamed” is merely the song that gets her past the teen-pop ghetto and on to other choices. “Don’t live a lie/This is your one life,” she sings at the beginning of “Liberty Walk,” the album’s first song. But the lie might be that Ms. Cyrus has some core truth that she’s faithful to — on that song alone, she tries out four different vocal strategies, including rapping. Her greatest crime isn’t that she’s maturing too quickly: it’s that it’s unclear where she wants to go.

That’s most likely because Ms. Cyrus was formed in the cauldron of public scrutiny, but not in any particular music scene outside of kid-pop.

“I listen to zero pop music, which is really weird for someone who makes pop music,” Ms. Cyrus improbably told Billboard magazine last month.

If anything, songs like “The Climb” and “Party in the U.S.A.” were scrubbed far cleaner than her Hannah Montana material, which often had a sassy, aggressive edge to it, a mood that’s barely touched on “Can’t Be Tamed.”

Instead, the most exciting songs on this album are club-oriented dance-pop, a genre Ms. Cyrus hasn’t previously shown any affinity for and may never again. Still, it’s a timely and sharp sound. “Who Owns My Heart” — produced, like many of the album’s best tracks, by the pop impresarios Rock Mafia — is full of rubbery synths and swooning choruses in the vein of Cascada.

On “Two More Lonely People,” bright acoustic guitars slash hard against bouncy synthesizers, suggesting, of all things, vintage Debbie Gibson. And at the bridge, there’s a faint echo of Starship’s “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now.”

On “Permanent December,” written with Claude Kelly — who also helped write “Party in the U.S.A.” — Ms. Cyrus tries out a sneering type of sing-rapping, à la Fergie: “Don’t call me a Lolita/’Cause I don’t let ’em through.”

On a more coherent album, that idea would be explored further. But the fact that Ms. Cyrus feels little need to assert her sexuality, or lack thereof, is consistent with her rejection of a single new identity in favor of a cluster of experiments. Perhaps she hasn’t had time to think it through, or maybe she’s realized that evading the subject for now is a more flexible strategy than tackling it head-on.

Still, she may not have those options much longer. “Hannah Montana” will end this summer after its fourth season, bringing the dual identity portion of Ms. Cyrus’s career to a close. At that point, untethered to any old modes, she may in fact look back with some envy on the time in her life when her choices were as simple as either/or.

"Ordinary Girl" Music Video Sneak Peak

Friday is the premiere of the "Ordinary Girl" music video – the first single from Hannah Montana Forever on the Disney Channel! Enjoy a little sneak peak photo from the music video which will air this Friday on Disney Channel.

Miley Cyrus "Love For London" Behind The Scenes

Miley Cyrus Spent $24,000 On Hair Extensions

Miley Cyrus recently spent $24,000 on hair extensions. An insider told InTouch Weekly: 'Miley bought the best hair possible, and then had it dyed to match hers exactly. Her hair is an investment.' Miley is said to have flown the extensions in from Italy to New York to hairstylist Kristina Barricelli at Gemini 14 salon. Then her hairstylist was flown to LA to attach them.

Hannah Montana "Ordinary Girl" Music Video Premiere Date

Hannah Montana's new music video "Ordinary Girl" will premiere on Disney Channel this Friday, July 2nd.

E! News "Dolly Celebrates 25 Years With Miley"

A clip of Miley on E! News advertising the Hallmark special 'Dolly Celebrates 25 Years'. Aired June 29, 2010.

Miley & Liam At Cosmo Nails

Ashely Greene And Thomas Jane To Join Miley in 'LOL'

Ashley Greene and 'Hung' star Thomas Jane are in negotiations to join Miley Cyrus in an English-language remake of the French comedy 'LOL', according to The Hollywood Reporter.

'LOL' centers on a teenaged girl, played by Miley, who is dumped by her more sexually experienced boyfriend [George Finn] while her divorcee mother [Demi Moore] struggles to move on with her life. Greene will play a high school bad girl, and Jane will be Miley's' father.

Miley Paris Fan Meeting

JLS Talk Miley & Her New Image

JLS have told MTV UK exclusively that when they met Miley Cyrus at a recent award show, she confessed she listening to their music.

We sat down for a chat with the X Factor boyband who recalled what it was like bumping into 17-year old Miley at the Much Music Video Award's in Canada.

Jonathan 'JB' Gill explained: "We saw her backstage at the MMVA's and we presented an award and she was coming off stage just as we were going on."

"She came to us and said ‘Yeah I listen to your music whenever I’m on the road in England’ So we were like cool man..."

He continued: "She’s doing so well, I mean she’s a young girl but she’s achieved so much already. I love her song Party In The USA. I was all over that one."

While on the subject of the Can't Be Tamed singer, we asked the boys what they thought about the negativity surrounding Cyrus over her raunchy new image.

Ortise Williams stated: "There comes a time in every artist's career where once you’re doing really well there’s someone who wants to find something to bring you down..."

"We know how people criticise you and find any kind of gaps or holes in what your doing when your achieving great things, and there’s no doubt about it she’s a great act and talented."

He added: "She’s a very hard worker and we met her to see that this girl has literally put everything into what she does and that’s something for every artist and creative person to defiantly be inspired by."

Miley Cyrus Heads To The Gym

For more photos go here.

Blake Mitchell: I look to my right and I see… Miley Cyrus?

Blake Mitchell tweeted: Party in the U.S.A. After I spent yesterday with the Burberry model, everyone in the office was giving me a hard time today. But it was all in good fun. I’m pretty sure they all think I’m just ridiculous. Maybe because I am. Anyway, so that was going on, and my boss, who was at the hotel all day today doing stuff for DFF’s upcoming feature “LOL,” sent me a task via email. The director of the film was looking for a particular fitness book, and she really wanted it today. So, as the intern, I got to search all the stores near Beverly Hills, put a copy on hold, take the company credit card and pick up the copy and deliver it to her at the hotel. No big deal. Well, as I was driving to the hotel to make my delivery, I had an “OH. MY. GOODNESS” moment. My boss was at the hotel all day with the heads of DFF (her bosses), the director of the film, and the cast. I started to get nervous. How had I forgotten about this? It was on her calendar. I knew who was going to be there. When I walked into the room to deliver the book, I first saw Douglas (who I escorted yesterday), and then I turned and saw Miley sitting right next to the director. I gave the book to my boss who gave it to the director who gave it to Miley, and she proceeded to look at me and shout “yeah, man!” The little things. I was out of the room as quickly as I came in — I realized I wasn’t welcome at their little lunch meeting. But it was a cool moment, and Miley is definitely cuter that I expected her to be in person.

Dolly Parton Sticks Up For Miley

Country music legend DollyParton thinks Miley Cyrus has staying power and wishes people would ease up on their criticism while she “finds her way,” the buxom mega-star said Wednesday in an interview with Fox News Channel.

“I’ve known her since she was a baby,” Parton said. “I hate it when people criticize her.”
Cyrus, the daughter of “Achy Breaky Heart” singer Billy Ray Cyrus, is Parton’s “honorary goddaughter.”

“I mean, we never had a ceremony or nothing,” Parton, 64, laughed before praising Cyrus’ talent. “She is a great singer; she has a great voice. She’s a great little entertainer and she can speak to you like she is 50 years old.”

Cyrus, 17, has been widely criticized for her risque outfits and adult shenanigans. Earlier in the month, video of the teen sensation performing an impromptu lap dance on a much older colleague went viral.

But country music’s reigning queen thinks Cyrus is just a teenager struggling to grow up in the international spotlight who has a very bright future ahead of her.

“She’ll land in the right place. I really know she has everything it takes. She is just trying to find her way and she will.”

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

"Can't Be Tamed" Debuts at #3 on U.S. Charts

"Cant Be Tamed" Review

Album: Miley Cyrus, "Can't Be Tamed" (Hollywood)
Story by Tara Hall
SoundSpike Contributor
Published June 28, 2010 12:35 PM

The intention behind Miley Cyrus [ tickets ]' new release is hardly subtle, with the difference between the just dropped "Can't Be Tamed" and 2008's "Breakout" as obvious as a boy's vocal shift at puberty. The award-winning performer is attempting an image makeover from pre-teen sensation to sexy pop star, an entirely possible feat and something the music world has witnessed before with both Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears.

Cyrus' metamorphosis slowly began last year, when she released the summertime hit "Party in the U.S.A.," which landed at No. 4 on Rolling Stone magazine's Best 25 Songs of 2009. The dance-pop single made it onto radio station and club playlists nationwide and gave adult audiences a little taste of what was to come with her third solo effort.

Now, with the new pop album finally on shelves and heating up the charts, Cyrus is really laying on thick her attempt at grown-up. The danceable title track, coupled with the provocative bird-leaving-the-nest analogy in the video, seems to be her personal anthem, a reminder that the pint-sized entertainer is going full throttle and has no plans of slowing down.

Cyrus has taken a page from Lady Gaga's ultra-successful book, adding vocal effects to a few tracks, including the opening song, "Liberty Walk," and "Permanent December," which sounds like a tune originally written for but turned down by Ke$ha. One charming touch: the worthwhile cover of Poison's "Every Rose Has Its Thorn," in which Cyrus' slight country twang feels just right.

Even with a couple of standout tracks, the album still contains moments of teenage idealism and simplicity that indicate Cyrus' transition to adulthood isn't yet complete. "Forgiveness and Love," a cheesy ballad, has the 17-year-old lecturing the listener on the importance of not holding a grudge, while the love-centric lyrics of "My Heart Beats For Love" are a little too sweet for this adult audience to swallow.

Cyrus has made some strides with "Can't Be Tamed," showing a more mature side of herself as compared to previous efforts. But there's still has some work ahead of her. Later this year, the actress/musician will begin the final season of her Disney Channel show and alter-ego "Hannah Montana," a character whose witty personality matches Cyrus, but whose bubble-gum image she will need to distance herself from if she wants to continue appealing to older audiences.

Miley Cyrus To Help Dolly Parton To Celebrate 25 Years Of Dollywood

Dolly Parton’s Dollywood may be older than Miley Cyrus, but that does not stop her from joining the celebration. Recently it was announced that Miley would help Dolly Parton to celebrate 25 years of Dollywood, which is Dolly’s own theme park along with a few other country stars. This would include Miley’s own father Billy Ray Cyrus. The show will air on the CMT station, July 3rd.

I always got the feeling that Miley Cyrus was never a country music fan, I mean she even said that she would never sing her own dad’s songs. So I guess this surprises me to say at the least. But I will give her credit that she wants to help celebrate a country music stars career legacy. I just hope that Miley stays true to herself and not give into what people expect out of her.

For more Miley Cyrus news and clips, check out her commercial for the final Hannah Montana season. You can also see her duet with Bret Michaels, if you are more of her music fan than anything else. Hopefully someone will post the CMT show for all of her fans.


Forbers' 100 Most Powerful Celebrities for 2010

Forbers' 100 Most Powerful Celebrities for 2010: 6 Britney Spears, 12 Taylor Swift, 13 Miley Cyrus, 40 Jonas Brothers, 50 Robert Pattinson and 66 Kristen Stewart. Do YOU agree with the ranking?

Source: OceanUP

Miley Cyrus At Togos Restaurant in Toluca Lake

More Photos From Hannah Montana Forever Photoshoot

New Miley Youtube Video: "TCA Nominations"

Thanks for the rad nominations! My fans are the best! I love you guys so much! Go to to vote! X

Eminem Talks About Miley Cyrus

Skip to 1:40 for the part where Eminem talks about Miley.

Miley Cyrus Leaves A Fan A YouTube Comment

Miley wrote: Dude you had rad seats! Either your cam has rad zoom or you were right at the stage! Glad ya had fun babe xo

She left a comment on this video:

New Hannah Montana Forever Song "Ordinary Girl" Full

Monday, June 28, 2010

RUMOR: "Two More Lonely People" is Miley's next single?

A Radio of Tennessee known as "The River" announced, as the second single for Miley's "Can't Be Tamed" album, the song "Two More Lonely People". The song is already in 37th place on the chart of the radio.
If "Two More Lonely People" ends up being a single, do you think Miley made a good choice here? Or do you think there are better songs for singles on her new record?

NOTE: Nothing was confirmed by Miley or her team, this is only a rumor caused by the information that radio station gave out.

Miley And Liam At Starbucks

Miley Cyrus Fan Meetings

It seems like when Miley met these two fans, she was talking about how sick she was of the paparazzi that won't leave her alone, not even when she has some days off.

Miley & Liam Bike Riding Together

Miley Cyrus Gets 12 TCA Nominations

Miley Cyrus was nominated for 12 TCA's this year. WOW! Here's what she was nominated for:
Best Hissy Fit
Best Lip Lock (The Last Song)
Best Love Song (When I Look At You)
Best Single (Can’t Be Tamed)
Red Carpet Fashion Icon Female
Best Celeb Fashion Line
Choice Dance
Choice Chemistry
Choice Drama
Choice Actress Drama
Choice Female Artist
Choice Fanatic Fans

Make sure you vote for Miley here.

Justin Bieber "Party In The USA" Youtube Video

Miley Cyrus Not Performing At World Cup After All?

Miley & Liam Making Out At The Park

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Miley, Liam & Mate at Petco

Miley Cyrus Not Worried About School For Now

Miley Cyrus said: “My sister went to college for two years and then decided she wants to be a musician and now she is a musician. I just already know what I want to do and if there is ever a time where I want to go back, I can. I learned that from my grandma. She went to college at 67 and graduated at 70 and was a teacher from then. She’s 77 now, so you can go whenever you want.”

Soulja Boy Follows Miley Cyrus On Her "Bye Bye" Twitter Decision

Well, it seems if nothing else, Rapper Soulja Boy and pop star Miley Cyrus have one thing in common : they've both deleted their Twitter accounts.

Miley deleted her Twitter account a few months ago and as of tonight apparently Soulja Boy will no longer be tweeting either. He's decide to say See ya later to Twitter and instead he'll use social media sites such as Myspace to his full advantage. It's not clear why the "Turn my swag on" rapper decided to close his Twitter account, but I'm sure there is a valid reason which will reveal itself in the days to come. Maybe he's leaving for the same reason as Miley did, hate tweets?

Miley Cyrus Moving Into Her New Home In November

The current plan is for Miley Cyrus to move into her new $3.4 million mansion in Toluca Lake, California this November 2010. The home is close to her parents, but she definitely will have her own space in this huge new home!

Here’s what Miley had to say about her new place: "The first time I think I ever got a check and I knew what I wanted to do with it was actually recently. I bought my house and I want to decorate it the way I want and I think I worked really hard to be able to have a place that is purely my environment and exactly the way that I envision — kind of like a serene, tranquil place that can be just my space. There’s not many times I have something that is just mine.”

Miley Cyrus Talks About How She Reacts To Negative Comments And What She Is Going To Do Now That Hannah Montana Is Over

More Messages From Twilight Stars To Miley

Robert Pattinson thinks Miley Cyrus needs to see Eclipse. Taylor Lautner hopes the former Hannah Montana star digs werewolves. And Kristen Stewart is cool with Cyrus not liking vampires.

So what do Stephenie Meyer and some of the other Twi-stars think about Miley’s public declaration that she hates our favorite kind of bloodsucking dead people? Read on to find out…

Stephenie Meyer: “I didn’t like vampires before I started writing about them. I was so not into vampires. Maybe it will come to her when she’s 30 like it did for me.”

Peter Facinelli: “I’m not necessarily a huge vampire fan, but I do love the books that Stephenie Meyer created. I love that you don’t see fangs. It’s not a horror movie by any means.”

Elizabeth Reaser: “I’ve always been a fan of vampires since I was a little girl. I loved all the Anne Rice books. Maybe Miley’s resisting. Maybe they’re so popular now that it’s annoying or she’s sick of seeing us.”

Kellan Lutz: “She hasn’t met me then. I would change her opinion on that, I’m sure. I have my ways.”

Ashley Greene: “That’s so unfortunate because I love her new songs…I’m going to sit Miley down and force her to watch Twilight.”

And, Wolf-packer Alex Meraz adds: “Tell her she might like it ‘doggy’ style.”

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Miley & Liam Walk With Mate

Miley Cyrus & her boyfriend Liam taking Mate for a walk at Toluca Lake in Los Angeles, CA today.

Miley Cyrus interview

Miley: "'The Climb' is the best thing that's ever happened to me. It went on every different kind of radio. I met everyone. I met 3-year-olds, I met 30-year-olds, I met 80-year-olds. I got so many different fans."

Joan Ulrich worries about the affect Miley's recent sexy behavior will have on her young nieces: 'Their mom bought them tickets to see her show and they were so excited about her. They had her videos, T-shirts, the whole thing. Then she evolves into this sex kitten and there's no control with her.'

Miley said her critics are unhappy with their own lives: 'It's just kind of a sad thing to think about people and how they are. I never really let it affect me. My mom is at the side of that stage and if I ever felt I was disappointing her or not making her proud, I would not do the things I do, but she's proud of me every time.'

Miley on why Hannah Montana needed to be canceled: 'We would just destroy what we did if we continued to do it for too much longer, because it would become more of a kid show than a family show. It would be hard not to make it more immature. You've done 101 episodes. What else can Hannah get into?'

On Disney support: 'I don't care how big a company is. You can't say, `You can't do this' or`You have to do that,' because then I'm not an artist. Then you're a robot. That's not who I am. I don't classify myself (as) the face of what Disney needs me to be. I'm myself so otherwise they'd have to hire someone else, because I'm not that person.'

Five Questions For Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus Fifa World Cup Final Performance Details

Miley will perform at 7:30 PM (South African time) on Sunday (July 11), one hour before the 2010 Fifa World Cup Final, at the Soccer City Stadium.

New Hannah Montana Forever Preview

Miley & Tish LA Medical Building

Miley Cyrus rushing outside of a medical building in LA with Tish, Friday afternoon.

New DVD "Who is Hannah Montana?"

The end is in sight for Hannah Montana, as the show’s 4th and final season gets ready to begin airing in mid-July. The final season, promoted as “Hannah Montana Forever”, has Miley Cyrus (who plays “Miley Stewart/Hannah Montana” in the show) planning to hang up her wig…though contrary to a joke she made, she doesn’t plan to really burn it (after all, there could possibly be more Montana movies at some point!).

Since the secret will soon be out to Miley’s in-show closest friends, and then the world, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment is planning a very special DVD for November 2nd, titled “Hannah Montana – Vol 07: Who Is Hannah Montana?”. This release will carry 8 episodes of the show, and is billed exactly as you see it above in our headline: a sell sheet sent to retailers is topped with the claim that “Hannah Montana’s Biggest Secret is Revealed on DVD First!…The Must-Have Collection For Fans!”

No further details or hints are given by the studio about the contents. But they do show that it will be a 182-minute disc in full frame video, with English Dolby Digital Sound, and subtitles in French and Spanish. Cost is $19.99 SRP.

*the package art is not necessarily final and could be subject to change

Source: eMileyHQ

The Soup: Miley Madness

Friday, June 25, 2010

Twilight Cast Talks About Miley's Hate For Vampires

As you may know, Miley Cyrus is not a fan of blood-sucking dead people.

“I hate vampires,” she recently said.

So what do Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner have to say about that? We caught up with the Twi-trio at last night’s Eclipse premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival to find out.

Robert says he has a simple idea to get the “Can’t Be Tamed” singer to come over to the fang side. He laughed, “It’s so obvious—just watch Eclipse.”

Musclehead Lautner doesn’t care if Cyrus is hating on vamps. “She doesn’t need to like vampires,” he said. “As long as she likes werewolves, we’re cool.”

Stewart was a bit surprised to hear Cyrus dislikes our favorite creatures of the night . “She does?” Stewart asked wide-eyed when we broke the sad news to her. “Is she scared of them or does she just not like them?”

Whatever the reason, Stewart said, “I don’t think you should convince people of something if they already have their way of thinking about. Whatever—if she hates vampires, that’s cool.”


Hannah Montana Forever Photoshoot

New "Get Ur Good On" Video

Miley & Liam Sushi Date In Studio City

Miley Cyrus LAX Arrival

MileyWorld Videos Of Rock In Rio Lisbon 2010

Miley Talks About Her Inspiration for "Can't Be Tamed"

Can't Be Tamed #1 VH1 Countdown

MileyWorld Videos At House Of Blues

Sarah McLachlan Sticks Up For Miley Cyrus

Sarah McLachlan chatted with Parade about Miley Cyrus & Selena Gomez. Selena Gomez will perform at Lilith Fair which means fun for the tweens: 'I'm pretty sure she's the youngest. [My daughter] is pretty excited about that. She was hoping for Miley, too. But I couldn't swing that this time.'

On Miley's sexy transition to adulthood: 'She's 17. Imagine if you had a camera following you around. Do you remember what you were doing when you were 17? In a way, I feel really bad for her. She can't just be a stupid teenager, everything she does is so scrutinized. She's 17! She's probably thinking, 'Screw you all!' She's been a good girl for so long and she's rebelling now.'

Will Miley make it through the controversy: 'You know what, she's got a lot of talent. There's going to be some pissed off people and some upset kids, and probably some even more upset parents. But it's kind of a natural progression that she does this. I'm sure she's a good kid at heart. She certainly seems like she's got, for the most part, some really good sense and really good parents. I don't know her personally and I'm not one to judge. Really, ultimately, I feel bad that she has to grow up in the spotlight the way she is, that she can't just go off and do some stupid things and no one would know about it. Now everybody knows about it.'

Miley Cyrus Hates Vampires

Miley Cyrus announced to E! that she is Team Jacob and hates vampires: 'I hate vampires.'

Does Miley watch the hit vampire TV show True Blood? 'What channel is that on? We don't have HBO. My mom only gets about 10 channels at their house. So we don't watch a lot of TV. We don't know what's on. All we have is like the Disney Channel and Nick at Nite because my sister is only 10 years old.'

Will she ever watch True Blood: 'I'll think about it. I'll have to YouTube it.. Or you can send me the DVDs.'

Source: OceanUP

New MileyWorld Video About "Can't Be Tamed" Album

Miley: "I can still be a role model for kids but I have to move on and grow up"

Miley Cyrus is at an awkward time in her career. Now 17 and less than six months from turning 18, she is no longer the innocent teen who became a worldwide superstar in the Disney hit Hannah Montana.

Yet she is constantly scrutinised as she raunches up her saccharine-sweet image.

Earlier this month on Britain's Got Talent, she caused a storm when she simulated a lesbian kiss with one of her backing dancers.

Then she wore a short dress that looked like suspenders and a ripped Union Jack top for a G.A.Y. performance of her rockier new single Can't Be Tamed. She likes wearing hotpants, leathers and chains and very little else.

At last weekend's MuchMusic Video Awards, she wore a white lace basque which nearly exposed too much to the young girls in the front row.

But Miley is determined that she can still be a role model while being allowed to grow up in public.

She said: "I can't only base my career off of six year-olds, it's the 16-year-olds, 26-year-olds that I am trying to reach now.

"It's not letting the younger ones down. I'll continue to do things that will be good for them too but I also have to move on."

Child stars have had a rocky road to adulthood. Many have succumbed to the pitfalls of sudden fame, fading into obscurity or ending up burned out like Brittany Murphy, Corey Haim, Michael Jackson or Britney Spears. But for every tragic death or head-shaving incident there are success stories, such as Justin Timberlake and Christine Aguilera.

Miley is determined to be in the right group.

On this week's Can't Be Tamed, her third album credited to Miley Cyrus, the teenager sings: "Stop trying to live my life for me/I'm not your robot/Stop telling me I'm a part of this big machine" on the tune Robot.

Of course, as a Disney franchise character, she is part of a very big machine until the fourth and final series begins next month.

Earlier this year, she claimed she was going to burn Hannah's wig when the series finished.

Now (perhaps thanks to a quick word in her ear by a furious Disney employee, pointing out that they don't want young fans freaked out) she is backtracking.

"I'm not going to burn it," she said. "I made a joke and people took it very literally and pictured me over my campfire and actually burning my $10,000 wig and Disney's pride and joy, so I'm not going to do that to people's dreams. I was just kidding.

"I'll probably keep one and someone will take the other and put it in a museum or something. I'd like to keep one, so if I ever want to do it again I could.

"My little sister wants to wear it to school the next day, so, yeah, I think she'll have to have a bodyguard."

Many child stars such as Natalie Portman and, currently, Harry Potter's Emma Watson have gone to college as a bridge between childhood and adulthood but Miley doesn't want to go down that path.

She argued: "My sister went to college for two years and then decided she wants to be a musician and now she's a musician.

"I just already know what I want to do and if there is ever a time where I want to go back, I can.

"I learned that from my grandma. She went to college at 67 and graduated at 70 and was a teacher from then. She's 77 now, so you can go whenever you want."

It's not like Miley NEEDS to go to college to get a good job.

The daughter of country star Billy Ray Cyrus, who also played her on-screen dad in Hannah Montana, she reportedly spent a good chunk of her multi-million-dollar savings buying her first home - a $3.4million estate at Toluca Lake in Los Angeles, which she will move into in November - when she turns 18.

She said: "The first time I think I ever got a cheque and I knew what I wanted to do with it was actually recently.

"I bought my house and I want to decorate it the way I want and I think I worked really hard to be able to have a place that is purely my environment and exactly the way that I envision - kind of like a serene, tranquil place that can be just my space. There's not many times I have something that is just mine."

Miley also seems to have mapped out her future, which won't see her tied to the music industry. Since she became a household name for under-10s as Hannah Montana, she's been a television actress and a pop star. But while she's releasing her album this week, it seems it's films she really wants to build her adult career on.

This year, she made her transition to grown-up films with The Last Show. It starred her hunky Aussie boyfriend Liam Hemsworth (who she met on set) and dealt with a young adult relationship.

She had a cameo in Sex And The City 2 and her next film LOL: Laughing Out Loud teams her up with Demi Moore.

Miley says she is excited and nervous about LOL because it is an independent film - a huge contrast to the massively commercial and hugely successful Hannah Montana. She added: "It's scary because you don't know how people are going to react."

She's been famous since 2006 when she won the role of Hannah Montana at the age of 13.

Born Destiny Hope in Nashville, Tennessee, and nicknamed Smiley - that later became Miley - she appeared back in 2003 on her dad's television series Doc and was also in Tim Burton film Big Fish that same year.

Does she remember that first day on the Hannah Montana set?

"My mom had me in this T-shirt that said, 'I should have my own TV show' and I had my skirt and full-face make-up, sitting there like, 'Oh my god, I'm on a Disney set, my life is about to change.'"

And sure enough it did.

"I denitely didn't expect it to take o the way that it did, especially so soon. I can't believe it is coming to an end either. It feels like we kind of just started."

Back to her first day.

"I just remember turning up in full-face and now we're all in our pyjamas when we come to work, like 'hey guys' - so comfortable. It's definitely changed a lot and I am a lot more comfortable with myself. I don't even feel like that any more, like I have to dress up every day, this is just a home to us."

In Hannah Montana, she plays a pop star who decides to keep who she is a secret so she can have a normal childhood and hides her double life as Miley Stewart. As well as acting, the series gave her the chance to release music and she's now sold 15million albums and released the single The Climb, which was last year covered by X Factor winner Joe McElderry.

How does she think the fans will react to the end of Hannah Montana?

"It's a chapter coming to an end but a new chapter beginning, which is very much like our real life as well, so I think the fans will relate well to that more than it just being how sad it is.

"It's about how the show has inspired so many people and how we've inspired so many people and how we want to keep going."

Hannah Montana may soon be over but Miley Cyrus plans on being around for many years to come.


Miley Cyrus MSN Interview

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Miley Cyrus Nashville Rising Performance And Backstage Pics

Your Chance To Be On 'LOL'

Click here for a chance to be on 'LOL'. If you get the role, let us know ;)

Miley Is Going To Perform At The World Cup Closing Ceremony

Miley is going to perform at the World Cup closing ceremony in South Africa in July.

Miley Says Hi To Isabella

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Miley vs. Eminem Album Showdown

It’s a strangely busy week for new album releases, and no matter what sort of sounds you’re into, there are plenty of options. If you’re a fan of classic metal, there are new albums by Ozzy Osbourne, Danzig and Vince Neil. Into funky, groovy hip-hop? The Roots‘ How I Got Over streets today. Still dig those big, block-rocking beats? Check out the just-released Chemical Brothers album Further. Macy Gray, Marah, Cyndi Lauper, Herbie Hancock, Stars, Robert Randolph and Sia all have new music that is in stores today. It’s an embarrassment of riches.

But really, there are two new albums that will battle it out for chart supremacy this week, a pair of highest-profile LPs that are already creating buzz from coast to coast. In one corner, there is Eminem‘s new album Recovery, which ditches a lot of the rapper’s gimmicks in favor of raw, straightforward songs that recall his earlier, harder work. On the other side of the coin, today marks the release of Miley Cyrus‘ latest album Can’t Be Tamed, a departure from her typical sound that ventures deeper into the world of electronic music, dance rhythms and even a bit of hip-hop.

What we have are two dominant pop stars with two huge albums. Which one will come out on top? Here’s the tale of the tape.

Eminem: Slim Shady has been rhyming since the age of 14 and has been a mainstream star since 1999′s The Slim Shady LP. However, he has jumped in and out of the mainstream since then, at one point essentially disappearing for nearly four years.
Cyrus: The young star got her first acting job in 2001 and began recording music on “Hannah Montana” in 2006 and has been consistently in the spotlight since then.
Advantage: Eminem. He only has a few extra years at the top of the game, but he has already had at least one comeback. That experience could mean everything.

Eminem: The man born Marshall Mathers is known as his main recording name as well as the alter-ego Slim Shady.
Cyrus: “Miley” is actually a nickname. The girl was born Destiny Hope Cyrus, but her parents called her “Smiley” because she smiled so much. That nickname eventually evolved into “Miley.”
Advantage: Cyrus. One nickname is better than two somewhat silly ones.

Sales Reach
Eminem: Mathers was named the best-selling artist of the first decade of the century, and he has moved over 80 million albums around the world. The Eminem-lead film “8 Mile” also earned over $116 million in box office receipts.
Cyrus: She has moved nearly 20 million albums worldwide and has sold millions of singles (including the 2009 smash “Party in the U.S.A.”). Her box office record is even more impressive. Her recent starring vehicle “The Last Song” pulled in over $80 million, “Hannah Montana: The Movie” roped in $155 million worldwide and 2008′s “Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert” took in over $65 million.
Advantage: Cyrus. Though Eminem has sold more albums, Cyrus’ cross-platform infiltration has exposed her to far more fans.

Eminem: Shady owns 11 Grammy Awards, 10 MTV Video Music Awards, two Juno Awards and actually owns an Oscar for “Lose Yourself,” his song from “8 Mile.” That’s among the many other accolades that declare him one of the best rappers alive and also one of the best of all time.
Cyrus: Miley has an MTV Movie Award, a boatload of Teen Choice prizes and a smattering of Kids Choice Awards.
Advantage: Eminem. Heck, he has the same number of Academy Awards as Martin Scorsese, for Pete’s sake.

Newest Videos
Eminem: “Not Afraid,” which may or may not cast Eminem as Neo from “The Matrix” amidst a city full of destruction.
Cyrus: “Can’t Be Tamed,” wherein she wears angel wings and writhes in a cage.
Advantage: Draw. Both of them are visually arresting but not quite as eye-poppingly great as Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” or Lady Gaga’s “Alejandro.”


Miley’s Stylist Dishes on Album Cover

Miley Cyrus debuted her sexier side last month in the steamy music video for “Can’t Be Tamed” and now, with the release of her album Monday, she is officially making the move from teen queen to rock star. So what’s the inspiration for the new look? “Miley’s style is a natural progression of her growing up and being influenced by the music that inspires her,” the singer’s stylist, Simone Harouche, tells PEOPLE, citing rock legends Joan Jett and Blondie. “The album cover was basically a strong statement saying in the most simple way, that she can’t be tamed–literally and metaphorically,” explains Harouche. To achieve Miley’s rebellious new look, Harouche turned to designer denim brand, Robins Jeans. “[Miley] is really into leather,” says Harouche. “Robins Jeans leather jacket is such a cool staple piece: It’s embellished without being overly done and the fit is amazing. It’s the perfect example of rock ’n’ roll clothing.” Pairing the studded jacket with a laced-up crop top and low-rise leather leggings from the brand, Miley looks every bit the good girl-gone-bad.

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"Can't Be Tamed" Album Review

I had one main concern about bringing my grade school-age daughter to see Miley Cyrus at the House of Blues on the Sunset Strip, where she performed a show streamed live on the Internet celebrating the release of her “adult-themed” album “Can’t Be Tamed.” I was worried that the show might be too loud. So we made sure to pack the earplugs before heading to the concert, and we sat on the floor and ate a grilled cheese sandwich before America’s latest sexual menace took the stage and entertained us for an hour.

Does my lax parental attitude shock you? Try to consider this with a clear head. Cyrus is currently surviving Scarlet Letter levels of reproach for wearing costumes not much skimpier than what many elementary dance schools hawk to their prepubescent students, imitating Adam Lambert in a video and miming a kiss with a female dancer onstage — a reference to a form of exploration quite common among high school girls.

My daughter has heard jokes as suggestive as anything Cyrus offered Monday night at kids’ movies such as “Madagascar,” and saw racier images on the billboards hovering above Barham Boulevard on the drive to the club. Sexual display and broad innuendo run rampant in the forest of images and references in which she’s growing up; that’s part of contemporary life, and my job as a mom is to help her navigate it while developing self-respect and good sense.

I also believe in bodily joy, which is something pop music has always provided me. Miley Cyrus, product of the Disney machine that she is, projects more explosive happiness in her hits than cold Britney or calculated (if admirable) Gaga offer, and she’s more of a tomboy than Taylor, whose princess act I find grating, though I admit that the politic blond is, at this point, a better songwriter than her more uncensored friend.

Hannah Montana wasn’t too much of a hit in our house — my kid and her friends all prefer the snappier iCarly, and SpongeBob rules supreme. We never saw Cyrus’ movies. But we like her hits. “7 Things” kicks foolish-boy butt with a forgiving heart; “The Climb” shows her godmother Dolly’s influence. And “Party in the U.S.A.”? You haven’t really heard that song until a back seat full of kindergarteners has sung it to you.

So I didn’t hesitate a bit when the chance arose to make this review assignment a mother-daughter date. I wasn’t alone; the Cyrus show was initially planned as an 18-and-over event, but many concertgoers complained (including plenty of VIP’s, judging by rows of sparkle-drenched tweens and their little sisters lining the balcony) and, day of show, it was announced that youngsters would be admitted.

Cyrus emerged on time, as the live stream demanded, marching onstage in leather pants and a cut-out leotard that, like many of her recent costumes, seemed Bob Fosse-inspired. (Her “shocking” costumes of late haven’t really been that revealing, though the brownface of the ice skating-chola getup she rocked at Sunday’s MuchMusic Awards went too far in a different way.) She stalked the stage with her dancers, singing her album’s title track, and then proceeded to chart and belt her way through several selections from “Can’t Be Tamed,” including one song about not letting others rule her actions (“Robot”), another supporting “my gay fans” (“My Heart Beats for Love”), and another encouraging women to leave abusive or confining relationships (“Liberty Walk”).

The sound of the new material was classic rock-lite, with big power chords and a few dance beats thrown in. Cyrus sang the material emphatically, displaying serious lung power throughout. She’s a capable rock belter with that nice rough grain to her voice — a quality that will benefit her as she goes through this harder-hitting vein, which may prove a lifelong path but more likely will make for a logical transition from the candy pop of her youth to the crossover country that’s her best bet for a long career.

As for the content of her latest efforts, Cyrus, who co-writes with professional songwriters, is expressing the same fears and hopes that often preoccupy late adolescents. Freedom, individuality and the need to know whether love is true were certainly preoccupations of mine back when I was a 17-year-old Catholic kid with a first boyfriend and an eye on the world beyond high school.

They seemed a bit beyond my 6-year-old; she got bored and went to look at the colorfully decorated side balcony while Miley got deep into her new stuff, though she happily air-drummed during her cover of “Every Rose Has Its Thorn,” and returned to sing and dance along with the oldies the former Hannah trotted out after the live-streaming portion of the night ended. She really just wanted to sing along to “Party in the U.S.A.”

One telling portion of Cyrus’ House of Blues set, not included in the live stream and mostly ignored by my own child, really seemed aimed at the grown-ups in the room. Oiling the wheels of her music with the real rock band that backed her all night, she smashed together three songs representing an elder few might have expected her to cite — Joan Jett, the former “jailbait” star who became one of rock’s most important female figures after surviving her intensely packaged pop youth in the Runaways.

As Cyrus rampaged through “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll,” the Runaways’ “Cherry Bomb” and Jett’s signature “Bad Reputation,” I couldn’t help but imagine her sitting in a movie theater watching the recent biopic about that teen-age band. How could she not relate to the story of those wild girls, manipulated in ways connected to, though different from, her own youthful stardom, and struggling to find the will to go beyond that psychological serfdom?

By embracing the role and the sound of the rock rebel, Cyrus claimed Jett, who was herself 17 in the Runaways, as mentor. And she also showed that she’s still listening to Mom and Dad. One way to see her latest phase is as an attempt to claim the abandon and sense of power that rock offered her parents’ generation. Rock has always celebrated sexual liberation. It seems completely natural that Cyrus would not only present that as part of her act, but actually feel it.

– Ann Powers

New Disney Channel Commercial

Miley Cyrus GMA Backstage Video

Miley Cyrus & Jessica Tyler At MMVA 2010

Miley Cyrus and Jessica Tyler (Jenna in Degrassi) at the Much Music Video Awards.

Miley's App: "Scars is about past relationships that must be left behind"

E! News "Is Miley Dressing Too Sexy?"

Helen Mirren: "Miley Cyrus Is Fantastic!"

Legendary actress Helen Mirren is 'thrilled' that sexed up controversial young pop stars Lady Gaga and Miley Cyrus are embracing their sexuality. In 1969's 'Age of Consent', Hellen stripped as the teenage muse of an older painter.

She told New York Magazine: 'I much prefer overt sexuality to sleazy, vulgar prurience.. I was kind of a trailblazer because I demanded to do it my own way. I'd say, 'I'm not having it put on me by someone else..' I'm thrilled young girls are claiming their sexuality for themselves.

I love bold women like Madonna and Scarlett Johansson, sexy and gorgeous, but not only that. And Miley Cyrus, fantastic! And Lady Gaga. I love the way she's elevated pop to performance art, or dragged performance art down to pop, or maybe made a wonderful amalgam of the two.'

"Can't Be Tamed" Release Concert

Can’t Be Tamed

Who Owns My Heart

Liberty Walk

Every Rose Has Its Thorn


My Heart Beats For Love

Joan Jett Medley

LAX Fan Meeting

Miley & Liam Arrive Back at LAX

Miley & Liam Leaving Toronto

Monday, June 21, 2010

Miley Cyrus at MMVA 2010

Can’t Be Tamed Performance

Party In The USA Performance

Miley’s Opening

Miley with Jonathon Toews introducing Drake (she messes up, it’s funny)

Miley with Girlicious introducing Katy Perry

Miley wins International Video of The Year for “Party In The USA”

Miley with Shanae Grimes

Miley with Snooki (No audio, sorry)

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Miley Cyrus 10 Hour Hair Do

Miley Cyrus arrives at 12 noon at Gemini 14 Hair Salon. Momma Tish arrives to see her daughter,and departs a few hours later.
Australian actor and Miley boyfriend, Liam Hemsworth arrives and spends the afternoon and most of the evening in the salon.
Finally almost 10 hours later Miley departs escorted by a dozen policemen, her security and her crew. By now hundreds of people are startled to see her head covered by her sweater. A few of her young fans try to pull it off. Miley did have her security bring in some fan items for her to sign, nice gesture.
Miley Cyrus arrives at "The David Letterman Show" wearing the same sweater as yesterday and a hat to cover her 10 hour hair salon cut. Miley signs a few autographs gets booed by photogs for not posing and steps inside.
The show ends and we get to see Miley's hair as she signs for lots of fans.

Live At The O2 Arena In London Backstage Scene

Miley Cyrus MMVA 2010 "Can't Be Tamed" Rehearsals

Ken Baker Loves Miley Cyrus

Ken Baker tweeted: @MemiSupportUK i luv miley c

Miley Cyrus Left Hollywood Records

That's right, Miley is no longer signed with Hollywood Records and is now signed with Universal Music.
Go to Univeral Music's website to check out the list of their artists and you'll see. Click here.

Saturday, June 19, 2010

The Most Successful Teen Celebrity Entrepreneurs

The Most Successful Teen Celebrity Entrepreneurs, according to Forbes, are:
1. Miley Cyrus
2. Justin Bieber
3. David Archuleta
4. Miranda Cosgrove
5. Selena Gomez
6. Jonas Brothers
7. Victoria Justice
8. Demi Lovato
9.Taylor Momsen
10. Keke Palmer
11. Dylan & Cole Sprouse

Here's what Forbes said about Miley: "Miley had this machine behind her, but she also knew how to use the Internet to generate the undercurrent for her extraordinary rise. The machines like Disney are looking to young people to help them figure out how to use the Internet most successfully."

Live At The O2 Arena In London: "The Show Can't Go On"

Live At The O2 Arena In London Scene Where Miley Sings "Bad Romance"

Miley Cyrus MMVA 2010 Performance Rehearsals

Miley Cyrus performing Party in the USA at the MMVA Rehearsals on Saturday, June 19th, 2010.

She wore a fringed black dress and black bowler hat, with a loose denim shirt thrown over the top but by the time she steps on stage the modest dress is bound to have been exchanged for an eye-catching outfit.

Miley, Liam & Scottie At The Keg Mansion in Toronto