Miley Cut From Vogue Cover Over VMAs: Report
Apparently Anna Wintour is not a fan of twerking
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Posted Sep 9, 2013 1:33 PM CDT
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(Newser) – Cut from the cover? Seems Miley Cyrus twerking at MTV’s Video Music Awards may have cost her the cover of Vogue.

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Sep 12, 2013 8:04 PM CDT
Miley is getting exactly what she wanted ATTENTION. Maybe if everyone ignores her she will go away. It is sad that this behavior is allowed on TV.
Sep 11, 2013 6:14 PM CDT
Miley is so stupid. i used to like her. She has no talent. Horrible drunken-style very very amateurish dancing, and a laughable (not remotely sexy) outfit... She made up the word "twerk" which actually means "i have no real dance ability". She's pretending that nonsense dance was what she intended, that's why she named it. That was more like what you'd see any common drunk girl do. She was given the "big break" that most people work hard to try and earn, just because her father was once famous. Producers always do that because they know there WILL be some sales. She was probably sitting back just trying to think of something that'd make her as outrageous as Lady Gargoyle. (Watch. Her next move will be to publicly kiss a girl. That's always the secret formula for the kind of gossip and attention she's seeking. Wait and see...) She'll be apologizing on TV when her career starts going down the toilet.
Sep 10, 2013 10:38 PM CDT
Miley surely knows little of the writers who shape 21st-Century thinking, but she serves as a conduit for today’s intellectual currents as much as anyone in that long line of iconoclastic and outrageous thinkers extending back to Socrates. No, I am not asserting her intellectual prowess, but she is a woman of her own times and not that of her priggish critics living in their outmoded mental landscapes. She has absorbed the digital age with its enhanced freedom of speech that militates for the increased personal freedom, sexual expression, and suspicion of authority that flow across modern social networks and characterize young thinking people. She is our future shock, a product and an expression of those ideas making life in society different from that of 20 or 40 years ago.