My thoughts exactly.
As if she did not know what she was doing. GMAFB
Wonder what Daddy thinks.
Reminds me of Jodi Foster in Taxi Driver.....a teenage whore.
The photograph is a simple, classic portrait, shot with very little makeup, and I think it is very beautiful."
SavannahStar wrote:The photograph is a simple, classic portrait, shot with very little makeup, and I think it is very beautiful."
Very little makeup my ASS!
And WTF is with her hair????????? Color??????
Ya know, I really think she looks gorgeous and sexy in that pic......BUT IT IS VERY, VERY, VERY INAPPROPRIATE for both her age and the "image" she is supposed to convey with her particular career.
prolific wrote:I don't like that picture of her and I don't think it really represents her and I agree with Jamie Lee Curtis. Where were the adults and what were they thinking? Being 15 and being photographed by Annie Lebowitz I don't think any kid would challenge what she said.
I hope she doesn't get exploited and I hope she doesn't wind up like Britney or Lindsey Lohan.
I love this song Billy Ray wrote for her.
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Good song, pro!
Isn't that sweet.
Myley Cyrus/Hannah Montana has been around for about 3-4 years now but no one would know about her unless they had preteen and young teens who watched her shows and Disney concerts. My daughter's been watching her for a few years and has sat through quite a few Hannah Montana marathons.
But IMO, with all the publicity she got from her recent concerts ( I'm not sure but I think this was her first ever real concert tour) and it being all over the media about how much people were paying to go see her concerts and how fast they all sold out, I think adults are going to latch themselves on to the money train. It's too bad because she was really a wholesome kid, one of the reasons she was so popular with that age group.
Billy Ray plays her dad on her show and Miley's popularity revitalized his career.
gwen wrote:Miley, who is on track to become a billionaire
woebedamned wrote:this is a snippet from a commentary I read. Interesting food for thought, IMO.
Hannah is the fictional character made famous by 15 year old Miley Cyrus in the last few years. She is the idol of young girls everywhere, and most agree until recently, a good role model for kids. In recent weeks Ms. Cyrus has been seen dancing in a sexually suggestive manner on "American Idol". More recently, news has broken that Vanity Fair will release semi-nude photos of Ms. Cyrus in its upcoming June release of the magazine. The photos include what are considered by many to be sexually provocative poses, amounting in effect to soft porn. According to Ms. Cyrus, she is now embarrassed about the photos and insists she was persuaded to do them by the photographer, Annie Liebowitz. Ms. Liebowitz is reportedly a lesbian and political activist. According to a marketing rep, Ms. Cyrus is taking the baby steps to grow her image for the future.
Why does the alleged exploitation of girls result in a raid on a community in which hundreds of children are removed, and the rights of many others subverted. Why is a publication which clearly sexually objectifies a young girl, with the potential to influence millions of girls nationwide, justified?
Miley Cyrus and her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, photographed in Calabasas, California. Their easy on-screen rapport is a key part of Hannah Montana’s success. Photographs by Annie Leibovitz
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