Trendy Bits: Miley Cyrus Bleakly Exposed


So unless you have been buried under a rock, you must be privy to the hoopla surrounding Miley Cyrus’ gyrating antics during the VMA telecast Sunday night.


The 20-year-old singer and former Disney darling has been working overtime to shed her “good girl” image, and so far we have to say Mission Accomplished!

Cyrus has been indulging in an orgy of provocative vices for the past two years and like it or not, she’s on a roll. Her engagement last year to Australian actor Liam Hemsworth at the ripe age of nineteen demonstrated her allegiance to the unconventional route.

But it so far it seems like Cyrus is overdosing when it comes to asserting her independence. Like they say, too much of anything is not good for you and tends to make you sick. After her sexually explicit display at the VMAs, perhaps it’s time to pull the reins and bathe in a pool of serenity with sprinkles of youthful idealism.

Yes, as we get older and graduate from the teenage years, there is a sense of hurried maturity that almost always overwhelms our psyche and if you have the freedom and resources to live out your most outrageous fantasies, then all bets are off.

Now that I am almost old enough to have a teenaged kid, I am not so sure that I would be thrilled to see her on stage simulating various sexual acts that would make a porn star blush with envy.

Miley Cyrus is almost legal and as a superstar, she has the license to do whatever she desires because she can afford to…literally. But her performance Sunday night hindered on the slightly disturbing; it was overtly scandalous and sent a wave of shock and dismay that was elaborately played out on twitter. Even her fellow compatriots were stunned and slightly concerned after taking in the blasphemous offering.

There is nothing wrong with embracing the sweet euphoria of youth and basking in the glow of ageless appeal, but it has to be done tastefully coupled with purposeful restraint.

Miley Cyrus needs to adjust her rear view window and keep tabs on her signaling before making those sharp turns.