If you've been wondering how to recreate Miley's soon-to-be classic look from the VMAs, wonder no more -- this video will teach you. All you need are some lemons, some tape, some plastic wrap and no pride.
Today's (Aug. 26) hot button Twitter topic is about one thing and one thing only, last night's Video Music Awards on MTV -- in which Miley Cyrus twerked onstage and twerked on Robin Thicke, and everyone was begging Billy Ray Cyrus for some help. Something tells us it won't do any good.
The highlight of last night's VMAS, MTV's annual reminder that they're still tangentially related to the music industry, was easily the multiple shots of stars reacting to Miley Cyrus' super awkward performance. Oh, also 'N Sync reunited or something and provided an answer to "what does Chris Kirkpatrick look like these days"?
Miley Cyrus continued her "urban" transformation at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards. Clad first in a onesie, then stripping down to a nude bra and panties, the twerking enthusiast did her best to attain more cred in her duet with Robin Thicke.
Apparently, Miley Cyrus hasn't learned a thing from Britney Spears, Paris Hilton or Anne Hathaway. The singer suffered a horrific wardrobe malfunction in London this weekend, and she couldn't stop herself from showing a little too much.
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