Friday, September 13, 2013

Miley You’ve Done It Again.

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She can’t stop.

She won’t stop.

And it seems her skanky provocative antics and overzealous tongue are outraging a lot of people. You thought the scandal peaked at the VMA awards. Oh come on guys give her a lil more credit. This is just the beginning. Miley gets superfluously tastefully naked in her latest music video clip "Wrecking Ball" and everyone's in a tizz about it. 

Outraged? No. Shocked? Hardly. Let’s face it, a naked Miley isn’t news. Vanity Fair took care of that years ago.

Anyway, don’t you get it? The nakedness represents like her raw emotion from a relationship breakdown. She may be coping with it by self demolition, but who can blame her?

Because who hasn't wanted to straddle a wrecking ball or ardently lick a mallet after a painful breakup. We've all been there right?

I guess some would argue ice cream is the conventional break up tongue target of choice but you have to realise here people that Miley is a very innovative and alternative artist who does not follow the pack.

She twerks, wears promiscuous clothes, shaves the side of her hair and... oh wait. Okay so maybe not everything she does is hella orginal but whatever she totes don’t care cause it’s her party she can do what she wants.

Some say sex appeal is understated confidence and leaving some room to the imagination, not aggressive gyrating and pointing a giant foam hand at your crotch, but they obviously just have no idea...  
In fact, Miley is actually very encouraging about us exercising our imaginations.

"If people can take their minds of the obvious and go into the imagination a bit and see what the video really means and the way that it's so vulnerable. Actually if you look at my eyes I look more sad than my voice sounds on the record. It was much harder to actually do the video than do the song. It was much more of an emotional experience." 

See? It’s not a desperate show for attention. Miley is only being so overtly sexual because she want us to look deeper at her EYES and get in touch with our FEELINGS.

So, if you felt violated after watching her VMA performance or just don't "get" her new "Wrecking Ball" video clip, it’s only ’cause you’re not perceptive enough. Don’t fret; we can’t all be that alluring combination of edgy badass and emotionally profound like our former Hannah Montana. Don’t feel bad, K? 

Plus the aforementioned video clip was directed by Terry Richardson so it was bound to get her some exposure. Or is it, expose her?


She don’t take nothing from nobody.