Former squeaky-clean pop stars that want to break into the grown-up (relatively speaking) mainstream usually do what Miley Cyrus has done: Go completely overboard in the sexiness department.
Cyrus consistently amps up the raunchy and subtracts the clothing, seemingly using her suggestive twerking as a way to metaphorically throw off her baby-doll past like a hoochie-fied bucking bronco. Her manager, Larry Rudolph, told the Hollywood Reporter that there is no master plan when a member of the Disney set tries to move on, asserting that it can only happen “organically” and that “it was not some record company executive and manager sitting in a room plotting this out.”
Regardless, girlfriend took it and ran with it!
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Jimmy Kimmel wed longtime girlfriend Molly McNearney last weekend in Ojai.
Justin Timberlake had “no idea” the name of his new single, “Take Back The Night,” is the name of an anti-rape group.
The Human Rights Foundation called out Jennifer Lopez for regularly performing for “crooks and dictators from Eastern Europe and Russia” in excess of $10 million.
Adam Lambert parted ways with record label RCA because they were going to force him to do an album of ’80s covers.
Whitney Houston’s grave in New Jersey finally got a headstone. It reads: “THE VOICE” and “I will always love you.”
Actress Jayma Mays (“Glee”) is 34.
Actress Robinne Lee (“Seven Pounds”) is 39.
Comedian Will Ferrell (“Anchorman”) is 46.
Actor Corey Feldman (“The Goonies”) is 42.
Actress Phoebe Cates (“Fast Times At Ridgemont High”) is 50.
Drummer Stewart Copeland of The Police is 61.