2014-02-28 / 13:16:00 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz Tour: Fler videos från Staples Center

 
 

2014-02-28 / 13:04:00 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Miley tog upp en kille på Scenen & Mat

Minns ni killen som ville gå på bal med Miley?
Miley tog upp honom på scenen & sjöng adore you för honom :)
 
 
 
Jag döööör!!!!! 

2014-02-28 / 12:59:30 / Embedded in: Övrigt

4 mars

Den 4 Mars kommer Miley vara p med på  ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW!
 
 
 

2014-02-28 / 12:58:12 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

twitpics


2014-02-27 / 14:04:55 / Embedded in: Låtar/Musikvideos

Come Get It


2014-02-27 / 14:01:48 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz Tour: San Jose, CA - Meet & Greet

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2014-02-27 / 13:57:44 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz Tour: San Jose, CA

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2014-02-27 / 13:54:41 / Embedded in: INSTAGRAM

Instagram videos

 
 

2014-02-26 / 17:47:32 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

twitpics

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2014-02-26 / 17:45:46 / Embedded in: INSTAGRAM

Instagram videos

 

2014-02-25 / 20:00:41 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz Tour: Oakland - 24\02


2014-02-25 / 19:57:03 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz Tour: Oakland - Meet&Greet

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2014-02-25 / 19:53:35 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz Tour: Oakland - 24\02

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2014-02-25 / 19:45:00 / Embedded in: Photoshoots

Nya bilder från Bangerz Photoshoot

 
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2014-02-25 / 19:44:49 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

ny profilbild på twitter


2014-02-25 / 09:58:31 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

twitpics

 

2014-02-24 / 22:05:57 / Embedded in: Låtar/Musikvideos

Buddy - "Smoke Signals" Med Miley Cyrus - NY LÅT!


2014-02-24 / 17:34:00 / Embedded in:

Stillbilder från Real&True

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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2014-02-24 / 17:31:45 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz Tour, Anaheim , Meet & Greet

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2014-02-24 / 17:27:40 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

fler bilder från Efter festen


2014-02-24 / 17:27:04 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

johnny Depp % hans familj var på Bangerz tour


2014-02-23 / 22:02:43 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Söker biljetter Fooort!!

Sökert två biljetter till Bangerz tour om du har o vill sälja eller känner någon som vill sälja kika: sandyabouhana!
(biljetterna e inte till mig)
 
 
 
 

2014-02-23 / 20:49:59 / Embedded in: Övrigt

Miley The Movement: Deluxe

Här finns hela Deluxe
 
 

2014-02-23 / 20:46:44 / Embedded in: Svar på tal

Svar

Kolla peacemileyray.blogg.se där ser man B på en av bilderna. 
Och BTW mileyraycyrusblog tog det där från peacemileyray
Svar: vad ska jag göra åt saken om hon tog det ifrån peacemiley?
 

Var beyoncé också där för är det inte hon på en av bilderna

Svar: Nej, beyonce var inte där..
 
vet du när mileys nya låt kommer ut? last goodbye alltså
Svar: nej, ingen info om det hat kommit, men lägger upp den så fort låten släpps helt..
 
Kan du fixa en frågestund? Kram!
Svar: ja :)
 
Det går inte att hitt appen på AppStore
Svar; den heter flying cyrus
 
Vad är det för bråk mellan dig och peacemileyray?
Svar: haha inget?
 
 

2014-02-23 / 20:25:53 / Embedded in: Övrigt

Wiz Khalifa pratar om Miley


2014-02-23 / 20:20:53 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Mileys Konsert var den mest högljuda

"Miley’s concert last night was louder than Justin Bieber’s and One Direction’s. It’s the loudest concert they’ve been to. " - STAPLE CENTER LA
 
 
 

2014-02-23 / 20:18:12 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Fler uppträdanden från STAPLE CENTER LA

 
Miley gråter medans hon sjöng Wrecking Ball
-
 
 
 

2014-02-23 / 15:01:20 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Oprah var också på Bangerz Tour igår

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2014-02-23 / 14:59:49 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

fler bilder från Efter festen

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2014-02-23 / 14:59:49 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

fler bilder från Efter festen

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2014-02-23 / 14:56:14 / Embedded in: INSTAGRAM

Instagram bild


2014-02-23 / 14:55:49 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Twitpic från Chirstina Agulera


2014-02-23 / 14:54:00 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Backstage med fan

  
 
 

2014-02-23 / 14:52:36 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

twitpic


2014-02-23 / 14:52:17 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Efterfest


2014-02-23 / 14:51:46 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Kändisar som var på Bangerz Tour

Hilary och Hailey Duff, Katy Perry, Harry Styles, Kellan Lutz, Khloe Kardashian, Max George från The wanted, Diane Keaton, Sarah Paulson från American Horror Story, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Chris Massey, Ali Simpson, Kourtney Kardshian, Christina Aguilera.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Källa: Mileyraycyrusblog

2014-02-23 / 14:43:54 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz Tour - Anaheim

 
 
 
 
 

2014-02-22 / 23:32:50 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

twitpics

 
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2014-02-22 / 23:29:00 / Embedded in: Låtar/Musikvideos

Miley Sjunger ''Someday'' med sitt ex Justin

 Klicka här för att lyssna
 
 
Det är en gammal inspelning

2014-02-22 / 23:28:00 / Embedded in:

Ny Design?!?

Har fått många frågor om när den nya desigen ska komma!
Jag har skrivit till Johanna flera gånger och hon har inte svarat.. Så jag vet inte när det kommer ny design på bloggen men jag hoppas på att det kommer en ny snart :)
 
 

2014-02-22 / 16:43:00 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz Tour, Anaheim , Kalifornien

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2014-02-22 / 16:22:36 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Meet & Greet - tacoma

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2014-02-22 / 16:15:00 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz Tour, Anaheim , Kalifornien Fans

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2014-02-22 / 16:13:34 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bakom scenen : Bangerz tour Anaheim , Kalifornien

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2014-02-22 / 16:12:28 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Sky fierra spelade inte igår - SKADAD

 

2014-02-22 / 16:10:28 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

twitpic


2014-02-22 / 16:09:42 / Embedded in: Låtar/Musikvideos

COME GET IT

Miley kommer att vara med i Parell Williams nya låt ''come get it'' som kommer ut den 3 mars :)
 
 

2014-02-22 / 16:08:09 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Publiken i ANAHEIM CA

Inbäddad bildlänk

 
Trace & Tish
 

2014-02-22 / 16:06:58 / Embedded in: Seriously Cyrus

Seriously Cyrus - Avsnitt 28 & 29

 

2014-02-22 / 16:05:29 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Billy Ray (Mileys pappa) var på Bangerz Tour

 

2014-02-22 / 16:04:29 / Embedded in:

Instagrams från Noah


2014-02-22 / 16:04:00 / Embedded in: INSTAGRAM

Instagrams från Noah


2014-02-21 / 12:15:33 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

fans - Bangerz tour Anaheim

 
 

2014-02-21 / 12:14:11 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

bild från Konserten igår

Inbäddad bildlänk

2014-02-21 / 12:13:09 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

ANAHEIM - Bangerz tour

konserten igår i ANAHEIM vart slutsåld!
Bilder & videos kommer komma snart...
 

2014-02-20 / 20:28:10 / Embedded in: Photoshoots

fler bilder från Marc Jacob photoshoot

 

2014-02-20 / 20:27:05 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

tredje konserten ikväll!

ikväll är nästa Bangerz tour konsert i Honda center, Anaheim, Kalifornia!
håll utikik för bilder & video från konserten!
 

2014-02-20 / 20:25:42 / Embedded in: Album

Vad ska man säga, queen eller vad?

Inbäddad bildlänk
 
Miley är den enda i historien som toppat iTunes listorna för låtar, album, musikvideos, filmer, tv-serier och appar!
 
 
- Mileyrayblog

2014-02-20 / 20:23:14 / Embedded in: Låtar/Musikvideos

LAST GOODBYE - Hela låten


2014-02-20 / 13:27:32 / Embedded in: Fans

fan tatuerar in Mileys ansikte


2014-02-20 / 13:26:07 / Embedded in: Album

Bangerz har sålt platinum

 

2014-02-20 / 13:24:02 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Meet & Greet - tacoma


2014-02-20 / 13:23:26 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Alla som ska på Bangerz tour


2014-02-20 / 13:22:55 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

hela konserten i Vancouver


2014-02-20 / 13:22:15 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

hela konserten i Tacoma

 
dålig kvalite

2014-02-19 / 22:04:16 / Embedded in: Övrigt

Ask

glöm inte att ställa frågor på Ask!
svarar på allt fråga vad som helst :)
http://ask.fm/SandyAbouhana
 
 

2014-02-19 / 15:04:24 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

twitpics

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2014-02-19 / 15:03:35 / Embedded in: Photoshoots

Vouge - Backstage


2014-02-19 / 15:01:15 / Embedded in: Seriously Cyrus

Seriously Cyrus - Avsnitt 27


2014-02-18 / 14:25:28 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

twitpics


2014-02-18 / 14:23:19 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Miley filmar & tog bild med ett fans mobil - Tacuma

 

2014-02-17 / 22:05:52 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz tour - Tacoma

 
fler videos kommer

2014-02-17 / 20:51:37 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

Bangerz Tour - trend

Inbäddad bildlänk

2014-02-17 / 20:50:36 / Embedded in: Övrigt

Flappy Miley

Inbäddad bildlänk
 
finns på appstore

2014-02-17 / 20:47:03 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz Tour - Tacuma, skylt


2014-02-17 / 13:18:34 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

twitpics

 
 

2014-02-17 / 13:16:51 / Embedded in: Photoshoots

Mer bilder från Bangerz photoshoot

 
 

2014-02-17 / 13:14:28 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

twitpics

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2014-02-16 / 10:47:00 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

twitpics

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2014-02-15 / 23:14:31 / Embedded in: Övrigt

Bomba min ask

Hej!
har du\ni ask? 
Ställ så många frågor som möjligt till mig så frågar jag något tillbaka, fråga annonymt eller med användarnamn spelar inte någon roll. Fråga om Miley eller annat :)
 
http://ask.fm/sandyabouhana
 
 

2014-02-15 / 22:46:53 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Fler videos från Bangerz tour Vancouver

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

2014-02-15 / 22:26:52 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

twitpic


2014-02-15 / 22:26:00 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Sprid vidare


2014-02-15 / 14:52:26 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz Tour - Book


2014-02-15 / 14:51:15 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz tour - Vancouver - backstage

 
 
 

2014-02-15 / 14:48:18 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Allla låtar Miley sjöng

1. SMS
2. 4x4
3. Love Money Party
4. My Darlin’
5. Maybe You’re Right
6. FU
7. Do My Thang
8. #GETITRIGHT
9. Can’t Be Tamed
10. Adore You
11. Drive
12. Rooting For My Baby - Acoustic
13. Jolene (Dolly Parton cover) - Acoustic
14. Hey Ya (Outcast country cover) - Acoustic
15. 23
16. On My Own
17. Someone Else
18. Wrecking Ball
19. We Can’t Stop

Encore:
20. Party in the U.S.A.
 

2014-02-15 / 14:47:35 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Fler bilder från Bangerz tour Vancouver

 

2014-02-15 / 14:37:09 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Fler videos från Bangerz tour Vancouver

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

2014-02-15 / 14:30:52 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Fler bilder från Bangerz tour Vancouver

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2014-02-15 / 14:28:30 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Saken man kan köpa innan konserten

image
 
Klicka på bilden för att se den i fullstorlek
 
 
 
Deeta får man med Vip biljett:

2014-02-15 / 14:24:58 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz Tour Vancouver - SMS

 
Fler bilder & Videos kommer

2014-02-15 / 14:20:56 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

twitpics

 

2014-02-14 / 18:04:29 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

nya bilder från Bangerz photoshoot


2014-02-14 / 18:03:57 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz Tour Startar idag!!

 
Kanada, Vancouver idag

2014-02-14 / 18:01:53 / Embedded in: Photoshoots

Ny bild från photoshoot


2014-02-14 / 18:01:28 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz tour Posters


2014-02-14 / 18:00:53 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

twitpic


2014-02-12 / 16:11:44 / Embedded in: Photoshoots

Nya bilder från olika photoshoots


2014-02-12 / 16:11:03 / Embedded in: Övrigt

Mileys nya naglar


2014-02-12 / 16:10:15 / Embedded in: INSTAGRAM

Instagram Video


2014-02-12 / 16:09:05 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Övar inför Bangerz Tour


2014-02-11 / 17:08:12 / Embedded in: Dagens bilder

dagens bild

Foto: Opinion on Miley Cyrus...

HearTBreaKer </3

2014-02-11 / 17:05:00 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

twitpics

 
 

2014-02-11 / 17:04:29 / Embedded in: Photoshoots

ny bild från Bangerz Photoshoot


2014-02-10 / 20:58:41 / Embedded in: Dagens bilder

dagens bild

(1) ~Solo Para Chicas~ | via Facebook

2014-02-10 / 20:53:22 / Embedded in: INSTAGRAM

Instagram Videos

 
 

2014-02-10 / 15:29:47 / Embedded in: INSTAGRAM

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2014-02-09 / 19:56:19 / Embedded in: Övrigt

Miley; Unplugged - slår rekord

Det är det högst rankade Unplugged avsnittet på ett decennium. På 24 timmar har det 1.7 miljoner visningar
 
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2014-02-09 / 19:54:54 / Embedded in: Bangerz Tour

Bangerz tour Datum (påminnelse)

February 14 - Vancouver, BC Pepsi Live
February 16 - Tacoma, WA TacomaDome
February 20 - Anaheim, CA Honda Center
February 22 - Los Angeles, CA Staples Center
February 24 - Oakland, CA Oakland Arena
February 25 - San Jose, CA SAP Center
February 27 - Phoenix, AZ U.S. Airways Center

March 01 - Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena
March 04 - Denver, CO Pepsi Center
March 06 - Omaha, NE CenturyLink Center
March 07 - Chicago, IL Allstate Arena
March 09 - Milwaukee, WI BMO Harris Bradley
March 10 - St. Paul, MI Xcel Energy Center
March 12 - Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
March 13 - Tulsa, OK BOK Center
March 15 - San Antonio, TX AT&T Center
March 16 - Houston, TX Toyota Center
March 18 - New Orleans, LA New Orleans Arena
March 20 - Tampa, FL Tampa Bay Times Forum
March 22 - Miami, FL American Airlines Arena
March 24 - Orlando, FL Amway Center
March 25 - Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
March 29 - Montreal, QC Bell Center
March 31 - Toronto, ON Air Canada Center

April 02 - Boston, MA TD Garden
April 03 - East Rutherford, NJ IZOD Center
April 05 - Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center
April 07 - Charlotte, NC Time Warner Cable Arena
April 08 - Raleigh, NC PNC Arena
April 10 - Washington, DC Verizon Center
April 12 - Detroit, MI The Palace Of Auburn Hills
April 13 - Columbus, OH Shottenstein Center
April 15 - Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
April 16 - St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center
April 18 - Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena
April 19 - Louisville, KY KFC YUM! Center
April 22 - Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
April 24 - Uniondale NY Nassau Coliseum

Tour Dates (Europe):

May 02 - Amsterdam, Neatherlands Ziggo Dome
May 04 - Antwerpen, Belgium Sportpaleis
May 06 - London, UK O2 Arena
May 10 - Leeds, UK First Direct Arena
May 12 - Glasgow, UK Hydro
May 14 - Manchester, UK Phones4u Arena
May 16 - Birmingham, UK NIA Birmingham
May 19 - Belfast, UK Odyssey Arena
May 20 - Dublin, Ireland O2 Arena
May 23 - Montpellier, France Parks & Suites
May 24 - Lyon, France Halle Tony Garnier
May 26 - Köln, Germany Lanxess Arena
May 28 - Oslo, Norway Telenor Arena
May 30 - Sweden, Stockholm Globen

June 01 - Helsinki, Finland Hartwall
June 04 - Copenhagen, Denmark Forum
June 06 - Frankfurt, Germany Festhalle
June 08 - Milan, Italy Milan Forum
June 07 - Zürich, Switzerland Hallenstadion
June 10 - Vienna, Austria Stadehalle
June 13 - Barcelona, Spain - Palau Sant Jordi

2014-02-09 / 19:52:55 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

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2014-02-09 / 11:49:53 / Embedded in: Övrigt

Vad tycker ni?

Hej!
Vad tycker ni om Miley nya photoshoot för Vouge, är det för mycket?
Visar hon alldeles för mycket? Många Miley fansidor på Facebook har blivit blockade för att dom lagt ut bilderna på Facebook. Själv tycker jag om Miley väldigt mycket kommer inte sluta gilla henne för det här, gillar henne lika mycket, men gillar inte bilderna alls. Fick en kommentar där det stog ''Min mamma satt brevid mig när jag kollade bloggen & så kom det här upp''  Så nu vill jag inte att ni tror att jag inte gillar mMiley eller något sånt. Jag blev ju inte chockad när jag såg bilderna, man e ju glad att on trivs i sin egna kropp & vågar visa upp den sådär, inte alls många som vågar så på det sätter gillar jag det :)
 
 

2014-02-09 / 11:42:07 / Embedded in: Photoshoots

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2014-02-09 / 11:40:21 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

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2014-02-09 / 11:39:47 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

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2014-02-09 / 11:38:46 / Embedded in: Övrigt

ninadobrev.se

http://ninadobrev.se/ är hackad det är inte ägaren (amanda) som skriverdumma saker.
Så ni vet!
 

2014-02-08 / 13:51:48 / Embedded in: Seriously Cyrus

Seriously Cyrus - Avsnitt 24, 25 & 26

 
 

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Instagram Video från French Montana


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2014-02-07 / 19:26:39 / Embedded in: Photoshoots

nya bilder från Vouge


2014-02-07 / 19:26:07 / Embedded in: Intervjuer

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2014-02-07 / 19:25:47 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

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2014-02-06 / 15:16:45 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

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2014-02-06 / 15:15:59 / Embedded in: Photoshoots

Vouge

 

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2014-02-05 / 17:09:00 / Embedded in: INSTAGRAM

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2014-02-04 / 15:33:22 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

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2014-02-04 / 15:32:08 / Embedded in: Twitter/Facebook

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2014-02-04 / 15:31:00 / Embedded in: Photoshoots

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2014-02-04 / 15:29:19 / Embedded in: Tidningar

SCREEN TEST - w magezine

 


2014-02-04 / 15:27:57 / Embedded in: Låtar/Musikvideos

Miley Cyrus - Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High ?


2014-02-03 / 20:15:46 / Embedded in: Låtar/Musikvideos

Honest

Future kommer att släppa en ny låt nästa vecka ''honest'' med Miley & Nicki Minaj!
 

2014-02-03 / 20:12:57 / Embedded in: Tidningar

Intevjuv med W MAGEZINE

“She’s cool, she’s scandalous,” Kristal, an apple-cheeked 13-year-old, shouts over the din. “I like her hair,” adds Morgan, a 12-year-old standing next to her. “She’s a slut,” declares Kaylee, a sullen 14-year-old with a fading magenta dye job and a mouthful of bubble gum. “I’mhere for Ariana Grande.” For all I know, she’s referring to a Microsoft Word font or a new kind of latte. This is not my scene. I am in the oppressive mayhem at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, packed on this December night for the Jingle Ball, a concert series featuring of-the-moment pop artists. Kristal and Morgan are Smilers, as Miley Cyrus diehards call themselves. Some carry a torch for Hannah Montana, the Disney Channel role that made her a star. Others favor the edgier persona introduced with her 2013 album, Bangerz.But all are fiercely devoted, waiting hours for a glimpse of Cyrus.

Onstage, the lights dim. Red sequins flash through a smoke-machine haze. Cyrus, in a spangled two-piece ensemble hiked high enough to require intensive bikini waxing, steps out. Behind her, a tall black woman sways in a Christmas tree costume that Cyrus will later overturn, pointing at the women’s rear end and impishly wagging her tongue at the audience. Next to her, a little person prances in a silver leotard with conical foam breasts. Cyrus kneels and squeezes them playfully. Eighteen thousand audience members explode into unhinged jubilation. “Oh, my God,” Kristal shrieks, near tears. “I love her!”

“I don’t love kids,” a tired Cyrus tells me the night before the concert, ashing a cigarette. We’re in her living room, sitting in front of a white stone mid-century-modern fireplace. There are three fireplaces in her mansion in the hills overlooking Los Angeles, which is sequestered behind high gates and monitored by countless security cameras. The fire throws shadows across Cyrus’s languorous form, now draped over an uncomfortable-looking Tulip chair. A black and white striped Chanel T-shirt hangs slack on her thin frame. With pageboy bangs falling over her makeup-free face, the performer looks vulnerable, childlike. Only the word bad in bold red on her right middle finger—one of her 21 tattoos at last count—betrays the puckish impresario she will be onstage the next night. She has just turned 21.

I begin to respond, but Cyrus is not listening. “I don’t love them because, I mean, I think I was around too many kids at one point—because I was around a lot of kids.”

A conversation with Cyrus plays more like a breakneck stream-of-consciousness soliloquy. She’s Molly Bloom—the character who closes James Joyce’s Ulysses with a chapter of unpunctuated run-on sentences—for the Instagram set. She rarely draws a breath. Cyrus speaks in the language of her generation: She is a human text message.

Cyrus speaks in the language of her generation: She is a human text message.

“They’re so fucking mean,” she continues. “Sometimes I hear kids with their parents, and I want to go over and, like, smack them myself…Like if they meet me, they’ll be like, ‘Mom, don’t you know how to use an iPhone? Like, can you take the picture?’ I’m like, ‘Dude, if I ever talked to my mom like that when I was a kid, I would have had no phone, no computer, no TV, no anything.’ And so, yeah, kids are just mean.”

Cyrus gets a lot of mean these days. She has 16.7 million followers on Twitter, and every day her feed is deluged with slurs. (Cyrus: “I. Hate. Packing.” Twitter response: “GET CANCER.”) She is the personification of a new generation of fame. She both courts and bears the costs of an ever more intrusive media; of a public ravenous for that intrusiveness; and of a networked world that has placed all of us, celebrity or not, under the microscope. Cyrus lowers her voice conspiratorially and tells me, “I think with, like, Instagram, Twitter, whatever, everyone is a paparazzi now. How scary is that? Like, you’re never safe.” Even ordinary people, Cyrus says, “just think they can, like, talk about you like they know you. Especially because I grew up in it, and like you grew up in it, too, there’s a sense of entitlement.” She’s not wrong about the parallels: both of us raised by performers, both driven to work in the spotlight on our own terms.

Cyrus thrived in that spotlight early, first as the daughter of the famed country singer Billy Ray Cyrus. Destiny Hope, as Miley was christened, was born in 1992, the year Billy Ray’s “Achy Breaky Heart” topped the charts. On a 500-acre farm in Franklin, Tennessee, she and her five siblings spent long summer days outdoors. “We never were inside, and we never wore shoes,” she recalls. “I think it’s why I like wearing no clothes so much and I’m always naked.” Cyrus is close to her mother, Tish, who manages her career. “I never had, like, a nanny that took care of me,” Cyrus recounts. “My mom always fed me breakfast, lunch, and dinner.” But her parents also served as an example of what not to do, starting with trusting too easily. “My dad, like, he’s the most trusting human in the world,” she says. “He trusts everybody, basically, until they fuck him over. And my mom, too, holds no grudges. She’s really like it’s the—you know, shame on—” Cyrus pauses, a rare occurrence. She furrows her brow. “What is it? ‘Shame on me’?…or whatever.”

“Fool me once—?” I offer, but Cyrus is talking again.

“She’ll let someone, like, fuck her over twice, and then she’ll let it go, and then she kind of forgets about it. And I used to be like that. And now I just keep it in the back of my mind.”

Other influences from Cyrus’s pre-fame years include her grandfather Ron Cyrus, a Kentucky state legislator who inspired a counterculture streak (“To be a Democrat in a superconservative state, it can be crazy because people look at you like you’re some type of sinner,” she says) and Dolly Parton, Cyrus’s godmother. (“What I love about Dolly is she says hi to the person that’s doing the catering on set before she goes and says hi to the cast.”)

By age 9, Cyrus had already won a spotlight of her own, appearing in a bit part in her father’s television program, Doc. Three years later, at 12, she landed the TV role that would make her a star: every girl in America’s best friend, Hannah Montana. Lee Shallat Chemel, who cast Cyrus in that role, recalls that the child actor was green but game. “I didn’t see driven at that point,” she muses. “I did see very open and very willing to go.” And go she did. Cyrus became one of Disney’s most profitable, most merchandized stars. The Hannah Montana franchise earned the company $1 billion over the course of its run from 2006 to 2011.

But fame brought increasingly harsh judgment. In 2008, a 15-year-old Cyrus scandalized her audience by wearing what appeared to be nothing but a sheet in photographs shot by Annie Leibovitz for Vanity Fair. (“I feel so embarrassed,” Cyrus said at the time. “I apologize to my fans, who I care so deeply about.”) The following year, a video of her pole dancing at an awards show prompted a collective clutching of pearls. Not long after, she found herself in the headlines again when a videotape of her taking a hit from a bong made the rounds online.

Public interest in Cyrus’s personal image has never faltered; but for a spell, her ability to capitalize on it did. Her 2010 album with Disney,Can’t Be Tamed, proved her least successful. Fitful attempts to kick-start her acting career sputtered. Then 2013 arrived, and with it, a radically reinvented image—no apologies necessary. Gyrating in a flesh-tone latex bikini for her infamous performance at the MTV Video Music Awards, swinging naked on a wrecking ball in her most popular music video, and providing a drip-feed of intimate selfies via social media, Cyrus laid siege to public consciousness. At the close of the year, she was the most Googled person in America.

Cyrus also reinvented her music. She hired a new music manager, Larry Rudolph, famous for orchestrating Britney Spears’s controversy-laden career. She assembled a powerhouse team of producers, including reliable hitmakers Pharrell Williams and Doctor Luke and up-and-comer Mike WiLL Made It. This, too, paid off.Bangerz topped the Billboard 200, and Cyrus has been earning mounting critical respect. “They did a write-up in Rolling Stone—like, the best albums of 2013,” Cyrus says, taking a drag of her cigarette. “And my album was one of them! I printed it out. I give myself things to look at like that.”

Cyrus insists that her provocative image is calculated. In part, she tells me, it’s a response to what she sees as a lack of authenticity in her peer group. “I just don’t get what half the girls are wearing. Everyone to me seems like Vanna White. I’m trying to tell girls, like, ‘Fuck that. You don’t have to wear makeup. You don’t have to have long blonde hair and big titties. That’s not what it’s about. It’s, like, personal style.’ I like that I’m associated with sexuality and the kind of punk-rock shit where we just don’t care. Like Madonna or Blondie or Joan Jett—Jett’s the one that I still get a little shaky around. She did what I did in such a crazier way. I mean, girls then weren’t supposed to wear leather pants and, like, fucking rock out. And she did.”

But Jett didn’t grow up in the age of social media. Cyrus is often under fire, and not all of it is senseless Twitter bullying. Recently, she has weathered more-serious claims that she exploits her minority backup dancers, like the black woman in her Jingle Ball show.

The Guardian called her use of black dancers and the focus on their rear ends “a minstrel show.” A column on the culture websiteJezebel.com, viewed more than 746,000 times, accused Cyrus of “accessorizing with black people.” Amazon Ashley, the burlesque performer who is featured in Cyrus’s “We Can’t Stop” video and wore the Christmas tree costume, defends the performances. “I say, ‘Bah, humbug’ to that,” she says of critics. “Miley treats me with the utmost respect. Twerking is my act. It’s what I enjoy; it’s who I am.”

Cyrus’s use of little people has stirred even deeper rancor. Hollis Jane, who appeared dressed as a teddy bear in Cyrus’s VMA performance, wrote afterward that “standing on that stage, in that costume was one of the most degrading things—I was being looked at as a prop, as something less than human.” Brittney Guzman, the little person who was hired after Jane’s departure and appeared in Cyrus’s Jingle Ball performance, dismisses Jane’s complaints as a ploy for attention. She says Cyrus’s handling of her body comes from a place of sisterly affection. “When she grabs my boobs, we’re just having fun,” she says. “It’s not degrading.” She tells me the routine mimics their offstage rapport. After shows, “sometimes she’ll touch my boob, and she’ll be like, ‘Oh, yeah, I just wanted to grab it’…Or she’ll be like, ‘Next time I’m going to grab your ass…’cause Brittney has the biggest booty.’ ”

“I’m not Disney, where they have an asian girl, a black girl, and a white girl wearing bright-colored t-shirts.”

When asked about the criticism, Cyrus simply says, “I don’t give a shit. I’m not Disney, where they have, like, an Asian girl, a black girl, and a white girl, to be politically correct, and, like, everyone has bright-colored T-shirts. You know, it’s like, I’m not making any kind of statement. Anyone that hates on you is always below you, because they’re just jealous of what you have.” Cyrus seems to have developed a preternatural ability to tune things out. (“I have a hard time listening,” she concedes.) That goes for both criticism and other people. “I have a lot of people that I could call and hang out with, but I have very few friends, if that makes any sense,” she tells me. “Like, I just don’t tell a lot of people anything. Everyone’s always like, ‘You’re so sketch.’ ”

She admits that her reluctance to trust has made dating fraught since she and the 24-year-old Australian actor Liam Hemsworth ended their one-year engagement last September. “Guys watch too much porn,” she confides, absently prodding a bedazzled iPhone. “Those girls don’t exist. They’re not real girls. And that’s like us watching romance movies. That’s girl porn, because, like, those guys do not exist.” The kind that do exist, she continues, “just try too hard with me, and it’s just like, ‘I don’t need you to impress me. I don’t want you to, like, take me to fancy restaurants.’ I hate sitting down for dinner!” Cyrus’s tone begins to sound accusing, though I’ve taken her to no meals, seated or otherwise. “You don’t have to do that to me! You don’t have to take me on trips! I literally just want to chill here!”

She collects herself: “That’s why I’m, like, not trying to jump into a relationship…I love my music so much, and I love what I’m doing so much that that has become my other half—rather than another person. And so, yeah, I feel like I had to be able to be 100 percent—oh, Hi, Maya.”

A petite Asian woman has shuffled to Cyrus’s side.

“I’m doing a little interview,” Cyrus tells her. “But you can set up right here if you want.”

She turns back to me. “This is Maya. She does my nails.”

“I never leave the house,” Cyrus explains. “Why go to a movie? I’ve got a huge-ass TV. We’ve got a chef here that can make you great food. We don’t need to leave. I would just rather be here where I’m completely locked in.”

I glance around the room. The sun is setting over Los Angeles, the last shafts of light creeping across the dark-stained oak floor. The modern decor is punctuated by the occasional New Age detail, like the giant Buddha head in the driveway fountain. In the garage are Cyrus’s motorcycle, a white Mercedes S class, a Porsche, and a Maserati—but with the paparazzi outside, Cyrus says, exits require planning.

She betrays a note of yearning when I mention I’m about to depart for an assignment in Kenya.

“I want to go to Kenya,” she says.

I tell her to come: “No joke. You could do it.”

“Kenya’s my dream,” she says. “Kenya is my total dream. I wish I wasn’t going to be in Minneapolis next week, I wish I could be in Kenya.”

Her imagination is running riot now. “I want to go to Iceland,” she says.

“Yes!” I agree. “I’ve never been.”

“Let’s do an Iceland trip…and I want to go to Norway…Someone said the light there is just so beautiful…”

If Cyrus makes it to Kenya or Iceland or Norway, it probably won’t be for adventure. And it definitely won’t be soon. This year will be spent crisscrossing America and Europe for her Bangerz tour, which commenced mid-February. “I love being on, like, the road,” she says, brightening. “I just want to make music.”

Music is the one context in which I witness Cyrus listening exquisitely, deeply, wholly. When I tell her that I’ve worked as a singer-songwriter, she asks to hear my collaboration with a musician whose material she has covered. She clutches my phone’s tinny speaker to her ear for three and a half minutes. “This chorus is dope,” she says, her head nodding to the beat. “’Cause the verses are more poppy but cool, and the chorus sounds so old-school…” In a few minutes of music, she asks me more questions than she has in hours of conversation: about lyrics, melody, inspirations.

Cyrus’s own influences stand in stark contrast to the hyperproduced pop of Bangerz. Later, we pore over her vinyl collection, dusting off psychedelic rock courtesy of her favorite band, Pink Floyd, and standards by Dolly Parton, Bobby Vinton, and Irma Thomas. In 2012 Cyrus recorded a series of what she refers to as “backyard sessions” with her band, showcasing powerhouse vocals on standards like Parton’s “Jolene.” At the mention of a recent hit by one prominent pop princess, Cyrus wrinkles up her nose. “Oh, God! That’s the worst. I couldn’t imagine you doing an album that sounds like that.” Even as a child, she had a singular creative confidence. She recalls fighting with a producer from her Disney days because she thought he was “selling out.” I was like, ‘Why the fuck are you doing this?’ ” She reduced both of them to tears, fighting “to a point where I’d be shaking. But I’m just intense like that.”

Part of her power, Cyrus feels, lies in having nothing left to prove. At 21, she’s managed to turn herself into a juggernaut twice over. “You know, I’ve made my money. If no one buys my album, cool. It’s fine. I’ve got a house, and I’ve got dogs that I love. I don’t need anything else,” she says. In her view, that’s a luxury that has carried the legends she most admires. “Maybe they succeed because they don’t have anything to prove. They’re just doing it because they love it. I hope I’m like Dolly—where I’m just still going at 75.”

Beyond music, Cyrus is expanding her interests. After her breakup, she tells me, she asked Diane Martel, the director responsible for Cyrus’s “We Can’t Stop” and Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” videos, to “just completely, like, drown me in new movies and books and art. I lived in Nashville, where that shit isn’t accessible.” We flip through a book of photographs by Cindy Sherman. “Check it,” she says as we arrive at Sherman’s Untitled #276, in which the artist poses as a kind of grungy Cinderella. “Lady Gaga completely ripped that off.” Cyrus is finding her taste in movies, too. She tells me she just watched the Tom Cruise 1990 drama Days of Thunder three nights in a row. She’s also newly enamored with the 1951 film version of A Streetcar Named Desire. “I’m Blanche to a T, complete psycho,” she burbles cheerfully. I stare at her. I literally cannot imagine anyone less like Tennessee Williams’s fragile, lost Blanche DuBois. “Every time I watched her,” she goes on, “I was always like, ‘That’s me!’ ” If Cyrus is a Vivien Leigh performance, it’s Scarlett O’Hara in the early scenes of Gone With the Wind. She’s impetuous, beautiful, smarter than many give her credit for, slow to listen, quick to talk, adept at using her sexuality to her own ends.

As for the world beyond the arts, Cyrus is leery. “The news kind of gives me a little bit of anxiety,” she tells me. “So I’m less political.”

She’s loath even to join in the national conversation about the legalization of marijuana, though pot has become a centerpiece of her image. “I love weed,” she tells me. “I just love getting stoned.” But she’s less interested in policy than in quality control. “I just want it to be back to where it’s, like, organic, good weed.”

Trying to engage her in other current events, I come up empty-handed. When she tells me that at Thanksgiving with the Cyrus clan her brothers “literally got in a fight over, like, aliens,” I ask, “Immigration?”

“Yes. So he’s just—”

“Where did the family land on that?” I ask.

“Well, my older brother is obsessed with all those documentaries that have been banned. My brother’s convinced it’s the government not wanting us to know about aliens because the world would just, like, freak out—”

“Oh,” I say, realizing there’s been a misunderstanding. “Literal aliens.”

“—and so my younger brother is like, ‘That’s completely bogus.’ ”

“Tell your brother I worked for the government and saw no aliens.”

“I’m not so sure,” she says, telling me she once saw suspicious lights in the sky in the Bahamas. “My dad told me it was a satellite. But the way it zipped off was really weird.”

“I think it was a satellite,” I offer.

Despite her professed lack of interest in politics, Cyrus tells me she wants to have an impact on something. She runs through ideas in earnest. Animal welfare (“Like, all my dogs have been rescued and are amazing”), bullying (“I really want people not to be scared”), water purification (“I think water’s, like, a really important thing”), the environment (“I’m so scared the sky’s not going to be blue anymore. It’s going to be black from all the shit”). If there’s one thing Cyrus has, it’s time to figure out what she stands for.

I shut off my recorder and head for the heavy green front door. Its solid wood is sectioned off by four narrow panes of glass, now fogged, obscuring the outside world. I peer out and then open it. As I step into the chilly Los Angeles night, Cyrus calls after me. We had talked about favorite books, and now she asks me for a reading list. “Nothing too heavy,” she adds quickly. “Nothing boring.”


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2014-02-03 / 20:11:05 / Embedded in: Seriously Cyrus

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2014-02-02 / 14:34:48 / Embedded in: Intervjuer

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At first I wasn’t sure about Miley. A lot of people aren’t. It was tricky to borrow clothes for the shoot because she seems to divide opinion in a Marmite-esque way. Many people who I respect didn’t want to get involved. They thought there was something superficial about her – dangerous, even.
But then you meet her. And she’s the most charming, intruiging celebrity I’ve ever come across. She reminds me of a young Drew Barrymore – someone who is wiser than her years, who’s seen a lot and come out the other side (at the grand age of 21), and is about as dangerous as my rabbit. She’s extremely bright – mesmerising in fact.
To be honest, I ummed and ahhed about writing an introduction to this story. I didn’t feel like I needed to defend the decision to work with Miley as I just liked her – Marc Jacobs had told me I’d adore her – and I like Bangerz. But then there was the internet furore surrounding her supposedly dissing Beyonce in the interview that follows. She never did: Beyonce was never even mentioned. Neither she or I are very interested in dissing anyone – particularly not talented and fascinating artists like Beyonce. Life is far too short and, as Miley says in the interview: ‘I never say anything bad about anyone’.

Furthermore, she absolutely loves fashion: she looks good in it, she enjoys it. She walked into the studio wearing a Margiela see-through top, star nipple covers (seen here), skinny black vinyl trousers and heavy lace-up boots. She’s tall and lean, and wears clothes very well – in fact she should wear more of them more often. Her choice of music was weird and interesting, presumably influenced by her dad: it included Tiny Tim’s ‘Tiptoe Through the Tulips’ and ‘Ruler of My Heart’ by Irma Thomas, alongside the more predictable Lil’ Kim. She also turned up to the shoot on time, and has never taken a single phone call or replied to any texts on any occasion that I’ve worked with her – many a model might want to take note of this level of concentration and dedication. When we were photographing her for the Marc Jacobs campaign the shots were very tricky to set up, as we had several girls in the pictures and film set-type lighting. At one point David Sims thanked Miley for her patience, to which she replied: ;There’s nothing I’d rather be doing right now in the world. I’m wearing Marc Jacobs on a fake beach in a studio in LA.’ And she meant it.So here you have Miley…The perfect star today, and I’m a fan.
Katie Grand, 7 January 2014

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Miley Cyrus steps off the set of her cover shoot at the precise moment we are due to sit down and talk about her transitional year. In the popular telling of her tale, Miley’s 2013 saw her turn 21 by metamorphosing from Disney darling into a cipher for the collapse of Western civilisation, or at least the female pop wing of it. Perhaps given the enormity of this perceived shift and the star wanting to be at full clip to present her reasding of it, her management representative asks politely if I would mind reorganising the interview for two days hence. Miley is missing her dogs back home in LA. She’s tired. I can see her listening, a little distractedly, as the hair stylist offers to wash out the red rinse of today’s visual reimaging. She explains she can do it herself at the hotel.


In the previous week, Miley has travelled out of her hometown of LA between London, Amsterdam and Berlin. It is eight days before her landmark birthday, which she says she will celebrate by doing nothing (‘I am the biggest lame ever’), then performing the following evening at the American Music Awards. She kicked off this promotional cycle accepting the Best Video award for her sensational power ballad ‘Wrecking Ball’ (coda: ‘I never meant to start a war I just wanted you to let me in’) at the MTV Europe Music Awards in Amsterdam. In a silver Spandex dress she performed the pummelling signature hit to her adult ascension, ‘We Can’t Stop’ (hook: ‘Its our party, we can do what we want to’), Coda: ‘It’s my mouth I can say what I want to’), while carousing with a latex sex dwarf. She accepted the award from Will Ferrell in a glinting white swimsuit and voluminous fun-fur bomber, plucked a doobie out of her Chanel clutch and proceeded to spark it up on stage. The crowd roared its approval.

In Berlin she had performed a straight rendition of ‘Wrecking Ball’ on Germany’s biggest pop show Wetten, Dass..? in a vintage Moschino frock with a cute strawberry print, her hair scraped into two tiny topknots. Perhaps expecting her to play up to the speedy infamy of her bratty new public persona, she says the TV producters had been flummoxed by the concept. ‘I’m trying to explain to him – in English, and he’s German – why the strawberry. I was like, “The whole show was built around this strawberry dress and its strawberry content, it has to be.” And their faces are just the faces of “this person is insane”. But I see that’s what’s going to pull everything together and make everything a story. In my head I’m like, the strawberries are bursting so it’s like Fruit Ninja meets the way my heart feels and it’s deep but kind of funny.’In London she is due to perform on The X Factor and wants to miniaturise the big, shiny stage into something intimate, to stop it looking like another bad imitation of an Oscars stage. She has prepped a wonky picture-frame art direction for the set and brought along a harsh studio lighting reference, inspired by her dress for the performance, a Marc Jacobs gold crepe floor-length.
The realisation is recognisably anti-glamous. It sits perfectly imperfectly next to her current frames of reference. At the American Music Awards her performance revolves around an evil animated kitten; it looks like a nod to Odd Future, the LA hip hop collective with whom she shares a fondness for twisted interpretations of cartoon iconography. The closest visual touchstone to Miley’s succession of establishing shots in 2013 was not the work of her pop peers but the surprise commercial success of Harmony Korine’s numbed over-exposure of youth patterns in Spring Breakers. Between them, a brutal new aesthetic is emerging. It all feels like thesis material.
As often happens with pop stars in the middle of an intense promotional run, Miley Cyrus is beginning to get slightly bored  by herself. ‘Everything is so thought-out it’s just exhausting,’ she says. ‘I feel like I’ve been everywhere. And I don’t mean in a tabloidy wat. There was one night where I did Jimmy Kimmel at 11 o’clock and then I did Good Morning America at six in the morning. Like, literally, I didn’t sleep. That was their whole joke: “Miley’s not going to sleep tonight, so see how good she is at performing after not sleeping.”

In the popular consciousness, Miley’s 2013 has been defined by sex, drugs and twerking. The viral power of her first breakout post-Disney performance at MTV’s Video Music Awards back on 25 August was astonishing. When you have had that global water-cooler moment, producers expect the trick to be turned again and again. ‘When I go on morning shows and it’s like give in the fucking morning and they’re like, “We’re going to have a twerking party! And you’re going to judge a twerk contest!”, I’m like, “No, I’m fucking not.” You cannot pay me enough to do that. Literally.’ She later qualifies this. ‘Really, when people think of that, the first thing they think of is me, and I’m just this little white girl from Nashville who put up a funny video of me in a onesie dancing. Then people take it crazy. So it’s just insane how much control and insane power…’ You are given over a cultural moment? ‘Right? I think that’s why people become freaks when you become famous.’
Because she is in charge of her own creative, Miley feels best equipped to explain the nuanced tangents of her imagination. Inured to the fake glitz of award season after award season punctuating her Disney years, during which she was signed to the House of Mouse’s music offshoot, Hollywood Records, Miley brings lighting tests and full stage plots everywhere now. A small team she personally selected, of her age, disposition and temperament, ping ideas over from LA via email for chaotic, wrong new backdrops to ignite her performance instict.

“You know, people laugh and think it’s funny that I said I’m a big feminist, but what about me isn’t? I tell girls, be who you are.
Do whatever the fuck you want”

Overseeing the practical element of bringing all this to life is Diane Martel, the brusque director/producer who casued multiple controversies in 2013 by helming Robin Thicke’s ‘Blurred Lines’ video. Incubated in the cold, chaste perfectionism of Disney’s Cindeerella dream factory, Miley Cyrus now likes everything to be a little off, to present a version of confrontational femininity that gets what the Ugly Sisters were going through, too.
When we do sit down two days later, Miley explains clearly, reasonably and catergorically, that there were no male Svengali figures standing shadowy in her backgeround, instructing her on how best to engineer the repositioning of her career to the apex of commercial satisfaction. ‘No. There are only people telling me to not do what I’m doing.’ She explains her process. ‘Me and Diane send out an email with exactly what is going to be done. We’re so obsessive-compulsive before I do anything. That’s why it will be a little different.’

The hair was always going to be a nightmare. Two days later and word is the dye still hasn’t faded.
This afternoon’s meeting is an unexpectedly exciting affair in the foyer of The X Factor television studios in northwest London. In front of the forbidding steel gates of Fountain Studios, a bevy of screaming teens have gathered to declare their love for Miley Cyrus and fellow guests for Sunday’s dress rehearsal, One Direction.
The dirst person I see is Harry Styles getting out of a Mercedes with blacked-out windows, looking blank. Gary Barlow exchanges pleasantries as he walks briskly through to his dressing room. A runner excitably passes on the information that Kate Moss is in the audience tonight. Because their big guns are out, the heads of Sony Records and ITV have both come down for the occasion.Amid this laminated fracas, Miley Cyrus appears through the studio’s swing doors in latex leggings, platform brothel creepers, a cropped leopard coat and a gold safety pin through her left ear. She is sporting a turban ($4) that she has accessorised with a hefty Chanel broach ($4,000) at the forehead. ‘The hair won’t wash out. He lied!’ she says, though seems delighted with the makeshift Grey Gardens/Gloria Swanson headpiece she’s fashioned to keep the red hair exclusive. ‘You’re wearing that on stage?’ one of her retinue asks, indicating the turban. Of course she is.
She escorts me through to a Winnebago outside the studios that is thick with the smell of freshly smoked pot. She lights a cigarette and asks if I would like to accompany her to see One Direction do their dress rehearsal when the time comes. It sounds like fun. ‘Good, you’re gay,’ she responds. There is none of Friday’s ennui. In the hours before performance she is focused, alert, ready to give it. Her conversational stream is fast, sharp and unedited. She has opened conversation with a quick riff on pot within seconds of the tape switching on.
Her reasoning behind being transparent with her habit is not part of her punk thing. Marijuana is now legal in California, anyway. ‘And it wasn’t like it was the Teen Choice Awards,’ she says of the EMAs. Outing herself as a pot smoker wrestles the information back for her ownership. ‘OK, at this point how many times have you seen me smoke a joint? I smoke weed. I don’t care if you take a picture of me. I don’t care if you sll it. That’s it, you know? Why are people going to keep on talking about this if you’re just honest?’

Miley Cyrus has quickly established herself in the popular consciousness as the most divisive pop star of her era. It was never meant to be like this. She was born Destiny Hope Cyrus on 23 November 1992. The name ‘Miley’ was a derivation of ‘Smiley’, a nickname given on account of her jolly infant temperament. She was born just after her father, Nashville country and western star Billy Ray Cyrus, had enjoyed a global smash with the irrepressible ‘Achy-Breaky Heart’. Billy frequently dispenses nuggest of show-business advice to his daughter. ‘My dad has always told me the more you stomp in shit, the more it stinks. So to not give a fuck, basically. That’s his way of saying it.’Miley began auditioning for television work at 11. Any interference it caused her high-school work was welcomed. She was first suspended after returning from a filming trip to Canada. ‘They put me in ISS [in-school suspension], and you have to sit in the principal’s office which is all flass and do your work in front of everyone.’
What had she done? ‘I was explaining French kissing to the whole class. I dressed as Aphrodite. I was like, “I’m the queen of sex! I love having kids, babies, babies babies” – all this wrapped into a towel. They called my parents and were like, “She’s pretending to be Aphrodite,” because it was in a Greek class and it was all mythology and all of a sudden I’m all dressed up and I made a video. That was me like sitting at a piano withg a fig-and-olive situation; it was really hilarious. I had gotten to make out with this guy on a TV show so I came back and I was like, “This is what it’s all about. The tongue is where it’s at.”
The irony of her being suspended for explaining how to use her tongue is not lost on the singer. ‘I know, it’s too ridiculous.’ She has no idea how long her tongue actually is. ‘It’s this,’ she says, sticking it out. ‘But I can’t touch my nose? Isn’t that weird?’
At 13 she won the title role in Hannah Montana, The Disney Channel’s timely clash of celebrity and reality cultures for kids. Miley plays Miley Stewart, an ordinary schoolgirl by day who leads a double life as Hannah Montana, pop sensation by night. She won her first Teen Choice Award for breakout star in 2006 and fixed herself speedily as a fresh idol for the junior American psyche. Hannah Montana: The Movie opened with blockbuster figures in 2009, taking $17,436,095 on its opening weekend.
She didn’t watch the first episode of Hannah Montana when it aired. ‘I don’t know why. I get embarrassed?’ Her little sister Noah, 12, has been watching reruns of the franchise lately. ‘It’s awesome but it’s weird because it doesn’t seem like me. I can’t even imagine what was in my mind when I was doing that. I like really dry, sarcastic people. On a kids’ show it’s so opposite, it’s so physical.’
As promo for the film, she was shot naked by Annie Leibovitz for Vanity Fair, the first time Miley unpicked the hem of controversy. ‘I would never take any of that back, but the thing that I would take back is that I apologised.’ Her handlers at the time made her issue an effusive public apology to the fans. ‘Like, why the fuck did I have to put out a statement saying I’m sorry for taking a picture with Annie Leibovitz?’ Her resolve seems to have steeled in that moment.
For Miley, the problem with Hannah Montana was that the idea of femininity it presented felt ‘a little too done’. On this subject, she is mesmerising. ‘I think that’s what women are told to be and I think I was just following it because I have a stylist and a make-up artist and a hair person and that’s what they’re taught to be. That isn’t cute.’ She was also only 13 years old when all this apparatus of applied femuninity began being applied. ‘I don’t feel like I ever want people to feel like I know more than them, but I always tell people this isn’t a pageant. Let me look like me and let’s not make it who can outdo the other with the dress, the hair, the make-up or whatever. It’s so ridiculous how funny award shows have become. I’d rather care about looking cute in real life than looking good on the carpet. In real life? That’s who you are. Who really wants to go home and take their hair out? Take their eyelashes off? Take their boobs off? Take their pretty dress off and you’re lame and you’re boring. You know?’
Her contract was up with Disney before she was optioned to film the last season of Hannah Montana, but she decided to sign on for it. Her fans deserved a proper ending for Hannah. ‘I just felt like rather than, you know, pissing off all these people who really loved me, let me just do this for them and make all these episodes. They’ll have a year to play out and I can just go chill and learn how to be a human.’
After wrapping her final episode, she found the pressure valve of her success releasing. ‘When you take two years off, after a minute the paparazzi die down and people kind of die down and I was just able to ride around LA.’ She began hanging around Chuck’s Vintage store on Melrose Avenue, advising Japanese customers on the best Ralph Lauren pieces. There is a session of topless Polaroids from the time, of her literally releasing herself into the city. She listened to the music she wanted to listen to and looked after her own affairs. She was settled with a steady boyfriend, Australian beefcake actor Liam Hemsworth, just a couple of years her senior. They got engaged.

“I never say anything bad about anyone,’ says Miley. ‘I won’t do it.’

Miley Cyrus looked exactly like she would come back from her post-Hannah Montana sojourn in the manner of those contemporaneous, modern Nashville princesses, Taylor Swift and Kacey Musgraves, easing their way into the adult market by carefully escorting the pre-teens along with them. ‘Oh, I couldn’t,’ she says. ‘That’s never been me. It’s not a Shania thing at all. I just wanted to find out what life’s all about. I’d had someone dress me every day since I was 13. I was 11 when I started auditioning, 13 when I was really doing it and 18 when it was done.’
Her new found freedom suited her. She opted out of her contract with Hollywood Records and began assembling a new suite of songs to her own satisfaction, outside of any label control. ‘I’m a spiritual person but I’m not a religious person. I think there are a few things in the world that can make you believe in God and I really think singing is one of them. There’s never a moment where I feel unhappy doing it.’
The first song she cut for Bangerz, the first album she cut as the controlling artist, was the esoteric opening ballad ‘Adore You’, a song reminiscent of Frank Ocean’s more languorous moments on Channel Orange. Miley wrote it in Philadelphia with the formidable R+B singer Stacy Barthe, ‘who is the shit. She was actually the one that made me want to cut my hair. I was sitting there looking at her and I was like, “Do you like having a shaved head?” and she was like, “Bitch, I am always giving face. Yes. Yes. When you’ve got this body, you’ve got to show off this face.” Barthe was midway through a diet programme, trying to lose 100 lbs in order to get her own record out to market. ‘Once I didn’t have the hair I felt like, oh, I can play now. I think people should be who they are. That’s why tonight on The X Factor they were like, “What? You’re not going to wear make-up?” And I said, “No, I want to wash my face and do nothing,” because it’s so X Factor to come out with you glammed and with your ice-skater tights on under your dress. I don’t need that stuff. Make shit your shit. Our vibe needs to be a little chaotic and a little off and a little less serious. I think people should be who they are.’

In 1850, the American author Nathaniel Hawthorpe wrote The Scarlet Letter, his historical masterpiece set in 17th-century Salem. In it, his heroine Hester Prynne is branded with the letter ‘A’ after conceiving a child through an adulterous affair. The whole of the town attends Hester’s public humiliation. Throughout the book she assumes the mantle of an emblem for the community’s strange moral puritanism and evident hypocrisy. It always surprises me that the book isn’t referenced more in the divisive contemporary feminist debate around slut-shaming.The anlogy with the reaction to Miley Cyrus’s performance on 25 August 2013 at the VMAs is too close not to mention. One quote stuck in my head when rereading it by way of research before meeting Miley. Really, there are only so many TMZ gossip bulletins you can wade through without searching out a bit of richer, wider context. ‘She was the common infamy,’ Hawthorne says of Prynne, ‘at which all mankind was summoned to point its finger.’
Is that you?
‘Right, uh-huh, exactly.’ She won’t be drawn into personal spats with individuals who have thrown themselves publicaly into the ring of critiquing her performances: Sinead O’Connor’s open letter, Lily Allen’s mocking video, the entire marketing campaign introducing the young New Zealand singer Lorde to the global market seemingly being built on the oppositional and opportunistic timing of simply not being Miley Cyrus. ‘I never say anything bad about anyone,’ says Miley. ‘I won’t do it.’
What she will do is defend her own corner on the young female sexuality door she has flung right open. ‘You know, I think my whole thing, and what I’ve encouraged, is just “I’m being myself”. I don’t think I’m anything. I just know it’s such bullshit and that’s why I don’t think about it, because I feel like I’m actually doing something. I’m speaking to my young generation.’ She has set her message out time and again. ‘Don’t give a fuck. Be you, to the fullest.’

She keeps her thoughts coming, fast, hard and unrepentant. Her toughness is dizzying. She knows what the criticisms levelled at her are largely idiotic. ‘What’s so crazy to me, and this is nuts, is that sexuality is still so offensive. Kids need to know about sexuality. Girls need to be comfortable in that. You know, people laugh and think it’s funny that I said I’m a big feminist, but what about me isn’t? I tell girls, be who you are. Do whatever the fuck you want.’
She doesn’t think the criticism for her transition comes directly from people not wanting their Disney princesses spoiled. ‘I think it’s just because there’s no one else doing it, so I’m the only one to go hard on. I’m also doing it in this less glamourous version of what people think sexy should be.’ When you start thinking of Miley as a lesson in anti-pretty, she starts to assume weight and significance. ‘I’ll be in a thong, but it’s not going to be the Victoria’s Secret thong with my hair down to here and a face full of make-up on. It feels more; even going back to punk again, there’s something sexy about that.’
Prevous quotes when she was promoting Hannah Montana have been reprised to damn her. ‘People will always be like, “At one point you had a ring that said you weren’t going to have sex until you got married.” That was like a fad.’ She grew out of it. ‘So many kids I’m sure hear their parents be like “Miley’s this” or “Miley’s that”. But then they see me. And I think kids are the biggest bullshit detectors, because they know I’m not doing that to try and sell them my fucking CD; that’s not really what I fucking care about. I’m not going to sit here and tell you what I’ve done or how many albums I’ve sold or whatever. I don’t even fucking know. I know it sells a shit-ton, but I don’t know because I don’t care about numbers.’

Towards the end of the allotted interview time, Miley Cyrus approaches something like her life mantra. ‘I think you can either choose to be happy and live life in a positive way, or you can choose not to. I see people who are stressed and who have negative thoughts, and they don’t even know that they’re negative. They just say little negative things all day and I notce that little negative things happen to them all day. Even when life throws me shit I try to just turn it around and smile and find something funny out of it.’
The night’s X Factor performance goes perfectly. If Miley’s purpose is to confound and confront the received wisom and visual lexicon of contemporary pop fame, she looks like nailing it right there. She sings a brilliant love song brilliantly. She never meant to start a war. Yet the next morning, headline writers have clearly struggled to find a banner angle on the confusing didactic, fresh new approach to pop employed by the most Googleable woman in the world. Heat magazine’s website opts for literalism: ‘Miley Cyrus performed on The X Factor wearing a turban.’ ‘Sadly the star failed to rebel,’ bemoans the Daily Mail online.
Miley added her own wisdom on Twitter: ‘Damned if you do, damned if you don’t.’

We never did get to see One Direction rehearse. Instead, Miley showed me some images on her phone of ideas for the tour she was about to begin across America, and which she hopes to take across the world for the next three years. She is excited by the proposition of being joined by her support act, kindred pop rebel Sky Ferreira. The likelihood of their tour buses conjoining into some sort of detention situation reminiscent of Miley’s old in-school suspension seems like a given.
‘It’s fucking sick,’ she says on the subject of Sky joining her. ‘There’s something about her wearing Saint Laurent with her mismatched socks that is so a fit for me. I think that most girls…OK, always be afraid of girls that say they don’t like girls. I’m one of those girls and so is Sky. It’s not that I don’t like girls, it’s because girls can be really fake. Sky just isn’t fake and I’m not fake, so I really like having at least one girl that’s fucking genuine. If something’s shit, she’ll be like, “That’s shit.”‘
The early plan at this stage is for them to duet on Hole and Stevie Nicks songs during the show. Miley and Sky are perhaps not the first but at least the most noticeable pop kids to have learned as much from Courtney Love’s audacious, addled approach to the spotlight as Madonna’s impeccable, controlled ambition. ‘We’re both at a time in our lives where I feel like we need to just get on the road and experience music again. Don’t think about labels, don’t think about singles, it’s not even about selling records any more. Sky was the one who I really wanted to come and it was just because I don’t want to be alone when I’m in fucking Oklahoma. I want to be with Sky.’

                                       “What’s crazy to me is that sexuality is still so offensive.”

Miley and Sky are the first generation of pop stars that saw Britney Spears shaving her head in a Santa Monica hair salon not as her moment of lunacy, but the first time she wrestled any kind of visual control back over the compliant, Barbie-ish presentation of the 21st-century pop model. Miley likens their friendship to Joan Jett and Cherie Currie’s in the golden days of The Blackhearts. ‘I think it’s fun to play on that.’
When she split up with her fiance, Miley can’t remember what she did with the engagement ring. ‘Don’t know. I think it’s still in the shower.’ She doesn’t look particularly perturbed by it. ‘We still talk and communicate. I was with him since I was 16 and nothing’s ever going to make that go away. I’ve known this guy all that time and if it doesn’t work out I can still smile and love him and he can love me and that’s great, that’s the way to be. Life is too short. If you get called one day and, God forbid, that person isn’t there, then the last thing you want to know is that you had your ego in front of you. If you love someone, tell them you do. If you want to be friends with someone, be friends with them.’
She’s on a roll. ‘Don’t give a shit what anyone else says. Break the rules, because it’s fun and you’re going to remember it. You’re not going to remember the time you sat in class not writing that note to your friend you wanted to write. You’re going to remember the time you got in trouble for writing the note to your friend. That’s all I remember through high school. I remember, like, accounting class. I remember Home Ec to cook. I remember all the good shit that I had to remember – and then I remember getting in trouble, because it was so much fun. Getting suspended when you’re a kid is fun because now you have a really awesome story to tell. Getting in trouble was the best.’


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Vart hittar du all info om miley? Vilka bloggar tycker du att man ska följa, svenska och fansites, vilka följer du? Älskar din blogg ❤️
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jag hittar de på olika ställen. läser inga speciella bloggar just nu, men fansites så läser jag zendayadaily.blogg.se och tycker att ni alla ska checka in den :)
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