Does Miley Cyrus Belong On The Cover Of Vogue?
Miley Cyrus set out to give the world a Video Music Awards moment that would be as buzzed about as Madonna’s “Like A Virgin” performance or Britney Spears’ snake dance. Thanks to a foam finger, a sexually forward attitude and some skimpy clothes, she more than accomplished her goal. In fact, there were more than three hundred thousand tweets per minute while she was on stage. As such, you would think it would be all smiles in the Cyrus household, but thanks to the actual content of the performance, there’s been backlash among a huge number of people including a fiancé and apparently, a Vogue editor.
According to The Daily Mail, Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour was planning to feature Cyrus on the magazine’s cover in December, but after seeing her wagging her tongue around and behaving like a wild child, she reportedly had a change of heart and decided to go in a different direction. The magazine itself has refused to comment about the alleged switch-up, but it all certainly sounds believable enough.
On the one hand, Vogue might not be the single classiest publication in the entire world, but their voice isn’t exactly hoodrich. All involved want to be thought of on the sophisticated side of fashion, and while Miley’s twerking might be trendy, it’s not exactly high class. As such, it’s easy to see why Wintour might want to swerve away from Cyrus in favor of something else less Miley-y.
On the other hand, however, I’m not really sure anyone who has followed Miley’s career over the last six months should have been shocked by what happened at the VMAs. She’s been twerking up a storm and stripping on the regular without any apologies. So, if the decision to cut her wasn’t made until after the performance, it makes one think it has more to do with the backlash than Cyrus herself.
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