This is pretty hilarious! Carrie Underwood dropped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon over Thanksgiving weekend and joined Jimmy and Rashida Jones (Quincy's daughter) in a holiday-flavored medley of some big pop hits. Check out Carrie's spoof of Miley Cyrus' American Music Awards performance . . .
Last night, Miley Cyrus came into the American Music Awards like a wrecking ball. Like it or not, Miley is one of the biggest acts in music these days. Yes, her music is actually good, but it's often overshadowed by her antics. She twerked up the VMA's and did unspeakable things with a foam finger (I thought you were supposed to use those to cheer on your favorite college sports team, but what
Dolly Parton can do it all, even rap. Parton will pay a visit to her Joyful Noise co-star Queen Latifah's new talk show on Monday. Here's a sneak peek of the country legend rapping and she even has a shout out at the end for her goddaughter, Miley Cyrus. Check it out!
As if Miley Cyrus' performance on the VMA's wasn't bad enough, now there is yet more video proof that twerking is just a bad idea all around. This gal decided to make a sexy twerk video for her boyfriend. To say it didn't turn out the way she had hoped is an understatement. Instead of twerking, she was stopping, dropping and rolling. WATCH!
Uh oh! Kizzy just caught Miley Cyrus' video for her new single "We Can't Stop" and thinks that little Hannah Montana has gone bananas. Take a look at the video then listen to what Kizzy has to say about it. LOL!
Stalkers have different approaches when seeking the object of their affection. I'd say in this case, this guy may have been too late to the party. Miley Cyrus recently underwent another supposedly shocking makeover. She buzz-cut her hair and she dyed it platinum blonde, which I don't think is a big deal, but it has left critics befuddled.
...Miley Cyrus gets a new tattoo....and it's not just any old tattoo, oh no! It's of a dreamcatcher! Mesmerizing stuff! I think the big part of the story is, Cyrus just recently returned to Twitter, and I think the world may have stopped then too...