Parents and religous groups, recently, went loco over this picture of Miley Cyrus, aka Hannah Montanna, aka daughter of “Achy Breaky Heart” singer Billy Ray Cyrus, when it showed up in Vanity Fair. Apparently, it’s kinda sexy and a 15 year old Disney Channel star cannot be sexy because little children watch her and look up to her. First of all, I think Disney stars are the biggest sluts around anyway. I mean, think Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Hilary Duff and Lindsay Lohan. Don’t they just scream “LOOSE MORALS”? Anyway, that’s not the blog entry I’m writing about. I’m writing about Miley and her beautiful photo. I’m serious, I love this photo of her ’cause usually, she’s just ugly. Now, don’t get me wrong, this girl is pretty fierce. I loved her Idol Gives Back performance. That was pretty hot, but boiling it down to her face, it’s just not pretty. I think this photo makes her look good and all I can see is her back anyway. I think the photo is very nicely done and if little children happen to come across it while reading their favourite magazine, Vanity Fair, I don’t think they’re going to find it sexy. Seriously, if parents and religous groups didn’t react to this photo, it probably won’t be the first thing that pops up when you google “Miley Cyrus.”
I read that Miley went into hiding because she was embarrassed by the photos. Also, it seems, her parents are claiming that the photo was taken when they left and Miley was tricked into taking the photos and that Miley was confused and uncomfortable with the situation. What did Vanity Fair do? They released some behind the scenes photos.
(tricked my arse?!)
The photographer, Annie Leibovitz, apologised for the photo because she didn’t expect it to come off as something sexual. I have questions!! Isn’t Photography an Art? And don’t people interpret art in their own way? So, if people find that picture of 15 year old Miley Cyrus sexual, doesn’t that make them pervy? Just a thought.
Anyway, I wish I had a picture taken by Annie Leibovitz. She’s quite famous for these 2 magazine covers.
Maybe he should have kept the pop idol image instead of going rocker, yeah?