I'm with Bristol on this one. His comment was immature and uncalled for. But then again, a lot of famous guys seem to be making immature and un-called for comments lately. Bill Maher, Rush Limbaugh, The Wanted.
@diana young: She's almost 20 and lives on her own, meaning her parents don't determine what she wears.
Personally I'd feel a little uncomfortable walking out the house like this, but that's just me. I'm ok with her wearing it because:
1.) I respect everybody's right to wear whatever they want.
2.) She's an adult. She's almost 20, not 12.
3.) She's a pop star. I'm used to pop stars playing by their own rules when it comes to clothing and taking fashion risks, and I like that they do this.
If Angelina Jolie, Halle Berry, Lady Gaga, Gisele Bunchden, Beyonce, or Sofia Vergara (however you spell her last name)wore this, we wouldn't even be debating whether or not this was ok. But because it's Miley Cyrus, people are being very narrow-minded about it. I realize that she originally started out as a disney preteen with lots of child fans and a g-rated image, but people need to move past that, because she clearly is. She's not even on disney channel anymore.
I can't believe that people are actually having a problem with what she said. Then again, should I really be surprised at all? People have always been very uptight and narrow-minded when it comes to Miley Cyrus.
She's right. She spoke the truth. Sorry if you're too much of a prude to handle her speaking out about sexuality in a positive way, rather than in a negative, traditional, puritanical way. There was nothing false in anything she said.
She is almost 20 years old, no she isn't required to only wear modest clothing if she doesn't want to, and she's no longer on disney channel. We all know that it's common for pop stars to take fashion risks. Miley Cyrus likes taking fashion risks and experimenting with looks that are daring, sexy, risque, provocative, uncommon, or edgy. That's her right.
@Julie: She is almost 20 years old and has the right to wear whatever she wants. Yes, the Hollywood glamor look is fabulous, but that shouldn't be the only look allowed. Variety and boundary-pushing styles are good. Miley Cyrus, like many other pop stars and celebrities, likes to take fashion risks and there's nothing wrong with that.
It's not inappropriate. Bikinis show a lot more skin than this. Even the average outfit worn by performing pop stars at live performances show just as much- if not more- than this. I've seen many celebrities in outfits just as revealing. Miley Cyrus is a pop star who likes to take fashion risks. Nothing wrong or unusual about that.
@:): Just because a female doesn't conform to your views about clothing and dancing doesn't mean she's trash or a whore. A person who can't even spell the words 'you're' (it's not your) and 'compliment' (it's not 'complament') has no room to call names and lecture others.
@Harry Karry: I'm not fat. I'm 5'5" and weigh 126 pounds. But I don't think it's healthy to become so skinny that your boobs look almost nonexistent. She didn't need to lose so much weight. She wasn't even fat before. She's not exactly anorexic looking, but she's almost there. Hopefully she won't lose any more weight. Maybe it's none of my business, but that's just my opinion.
I agree with her, but I wish you had included the other part of the interview, where she talks about how early in her career she was just being who others wanted to her to be instead of who she wanted to be. How she started to decide to be who she wanted to be instead.
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