Miley Cyrus had to deny Arizona teen Matt Peterson when he got naked and asked her to prom. She wasn't offended by his nakedness. As if. (Hello, 'Wrecking Ball' video.) She had to ixnay him due to prior commitments. But she didn't just say no and move on. In fact, her reaction was quite the opposite.
In one of the strangest remixes we've heard this week, Miley Cyrus gives her best rendition of OutKast's 2003 hit 'Hey Ya.' The slowed-down version of the song was performed by the pop star during her Bangerz tour in Tacoma, Wash.
Seems like Billy Ray Cyrus is following in the footsteps of his duaghter. At least no naked wrecking ball sightings for the faint at heart. Billy Ray teamed up with Buck 22 in the remix to Billy's 1992 smash hit 'Achy Breaky Heart'
Before you roll your eyes and go, "Not another civilian asking a celeb to be their date to a formal dance," allow us to preface by saying this is funny, since the person, named Matthew, inviting Miley Cyrus to prom plays by her rules.
Justin Bieber has been grabbing lots of headlines for his behavior as of late. Miley Cyrus, who is in the spotlight as often as he and who endures just as much public scrutiny, offered him some advice and it was simple. Pay someone!
Miley Cyrus is a proud fashion risk taker but the results are sometimes questionable. That's what happens when you take style chances. However, the bowl cut that the singer sported on Monday, Jan. 14 is certainly not one of her best coifs.
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