Miley Cyrus' 'Bangerz' Special Reveals the Real Reason For Her Hospitalization

Miley Cyrus Whoa Nelly. Miley Cyrus in tears? I don't know about you, but that's not the first thing I expected when I tuned into her 2-hour 'Bangerz' special on NBC. But that (in addition to some high-powered theatrics) and a confession about her time in the hospital is exactly what we got. Miley totally opened up about the events that led to her spending some time in the hospital, and it wasn't what anyone expected. Yikes!

So why the massive crash? She didn't wind up melting down because she ran out of high-cut leotards nor did she weep because she pulled a muscle in her tongue rendering it useless. No, no -- Miley was crying about her dearly departed dog Floyd. Again. Don't get me wrong, losing a pet is a hard, hard thing -- I've been through it, and it's miserable. But I don't think it warrants a T.V. confessional AND A GIANT STUFFED VERSION OF YOUR DEAD DOG TAKING CENTER STAGE! AH! 

I feel like I'm being too hard on Miley, especially given how open she was talking about her feelings during this special. I was nice to get this glimpse of Miley's life. In fact, for a rock star on the road with the sort of reputation she has for off-the-chain insanity, her adventures seemed pretty tame and fun-loving, if not for everyone.

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But that stuff celebrating Floyd was just over the top. It would be one thing to quietly dedicate a track to her poor pup, but with this sort of over-the-top display is it any wonder that Miley had to be literally hospitalized because of grief?! I know everyone processes stuff differently, but it seems like Miley is dwelling in the sad memories of the past and not moving forward. It made her sick before, couldn't it do so again?

Do you think Miley needs help with her grief?

 

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nonmember avatar gie

MILEY CYRUS GRIEF IS PRETTY DEEP BECAUSE MILEY CYRUS IS CAPABLE OF LOVING SO DEEPLY BY NOW WE ALREADY NOTICED THAT CLEARLY.ANYWAY, THERE'S NOTHING WRONG OR WEIRD ABOUT LOVING OUR PET DEEPLY I CAN ATTEST THAT IT TOOK 5 YEARS FOR MY BEST FRIEND TO HAVE A DOG PET AGAIN AFTER HIS DOG DIED, SO, MILEY CYRUS MIGHT TKAE SOMETIME FOR HER TO RECOVER FROM THE DEATH OF HER DOG. THAT'S WHERE DOG EMU COMES IN FOR HER, IT'S A GOOD MOVE FOR MIL;EY TO LISTEN THE GRIEF EVENTUALLY.

PRIMA487 PRIMA487

I think you're the one who needs help with letting people grieve in their own way...even over a dog. This may have been her first real loss. But I see you're a cat lady, so...

PinkB... PinkButterfly66

Miley needs rehab, a stylist and someone to knock some sense in her head.

nonmember avatar shan

This dug is probably the only friend or family member she had that didn't make constant crazy demands of her. If I had grown up as my family's meal ticket getting slammed (in the old days) for any little thing that could even vaguely considered sugestive. I'd cry buckets if he did l died too. The dog didn't care that she was famous.

Rhond... RhondaVeggie

At first glance I thought that was a picture of Boy George.

nonmember avatar lee

would love to sue NBC for showing that shit, my ears are still bleeding and just a disgusting show, so useless

Margaret Romao Toigo

I think Rebecca Stokes needs help with sensitivity toward other human beings.

nonmember avatar KariB

I think that Miley is very talented, honest and doing amazingly well for someone constantly judged by internet sheeple.

Morri... MorriganzMommy

Her dad is a country singer. Aren't 90% of all country songs about your dog dying and your truck wont start? I think her grieving for her dog is nothing new for country folk.

irish... irishstarz

Leave the girl alone. Losing a pet is hard, and she probably felt like the dog was her child, in a sense. Obviously, losing a child is indescribably devastating and nothing could be worse..but we're talking about a childless person here, with pets she bonded with.

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