Cyrus’ new video has all the drama of a Ralph Lauren fragrance ad, with Cyrus doing her best to recreate the closing scene to HBO’s Is she a Bonnie, or more of a Renata? The new video is a compilation of just about every Miley video we’ve ever seen.
The stunning nature backdrop is giving us Hanna Montana-era flashbacks to videos like “The Climb,” while flashes of cheek, underboob and brown roots are much more “We Can’t Stop.” Maybe all this means is that we’re seeing the purest form of Miley’s true persona, an artist that can inhibit visual and music spaces from a variety of genres while still making them her own.
Update: Here’s the video chat archive via You Tube: A sampling of Cyrus’ responses: On her favorite part of filming the ‘Hannah Montana’ movie, Cyrus said, “I loved going back home to Nashville. I got to hang out with my friends and meet a lot of cool people so that was nice.”Asked about the favorite song she wrote, Cyrus responded, “I wish I would have wrote this one, but I didn’t, and that’s my favorite song right now.
The favorite song I’ve written is probably ‘I Miss You’ because it was for my grandad.
On 19 November 2015, the web site Now8News published an article (updated on 5 September 2016) reporting that the singer (who is now 23 years old) had been found dead in a bathtub after she drowned from a prescription drug overdose: Miley Cyrus’ lifeless body was found by her entourage in a bathtub at her Hollywood home on Wednesday, authorities revealed.
Los Angeles investigators are trying to determine the cause of death.
I found some really hot fakes of the Brazilian-American beauty and had to share a couple of my favorites.
Miley is back, but she’s left her twerking and tongue-barring in 2016.
From topless beach pics with her sexy tits exposed to her amazing ass twerking on stage to fully naked modeling shots, to lesbian kisses with models, it's never boring with Miley around.
Destiny Hope Cyrus, better known as Miley Cyrus (or formerly Hannah Montana, the character she played on a Disney Channel television series), has been a frequent subject of celebrity death hoaxes.
Officials refused to comment on reports that the famed actress/singer drowned from a prescription pill overdose.
They have, however, made it clear that there were no signs of foul play. Now8News is a clickbait fake news site that masquerades as a local television news web outlet, trafficking in sensationalist and outrage-provoking fabricated stories (including celebrity death hoaxes).