It's her mouth, she can say what she wants to. But if I were to offer Miley Cyrus some advice right now, it would be to shut that mouth of hers ... because everything coming out of it sounds absolutely ridiculous.
Case in point: Miley is finally opening up about her shocking VMA performance last week -- and despite all of the negative media attention she's received, she's still keeping her head up high.
A little too high if you ask me.
She starts off by comparing herself to pop legends like Britney Spears and Madonna:
I don't pay attention to the negative because I've seen this play out so many times. How many times have we seen this play out in pop music? Madonna's done it. Britney's done it. Every VMA performance, that's what you're looking for; you're wanting to make history.
The thing is, Britney and Madonna's performances were good. They were shocking and provocative, not cringe-worthy and embarrassing. There's a difference, Miley. There's a big difference.
And apparently "making history" was something Miley had planned even before going on stage with Robin Thicke.
Me and Robin the whole time said, "You know we're about to make history right now."
Make history? Hmm, not quite. I think Justin Timberlake made history that night. *N SYNC perhaps made history that night. But Miley Cyrus dry-humping a foam finger? I don't think so.
What's scary is all of this attention Miley's getting, despite being negative, is only fueling her future performances. I'm starting to get legitimately worried about what she's going to do next. Who will be her next victim? Is it you? Is it me? Nobody is safe anymore. I mean, just look at the photos that have come out since Miley's televised twerking.
She can't stop ...
She won't stop ...
And of course, my personal favorite ...
Like, what? No! This is NOT okay.
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Do you think it's ridiculous that Miley thinks she "made history"?
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