And she thinks Roman Polanski is AH-MAH-ZING. Limousine hippie Miley Cyrus is the star of Woody Allen’s upcoming series for Amazon, Crisis in Six Scenes. Vanity Fair caught up with the anti-red carpet activist at the show’s premiere in NYC on Thursday night. Presumably not on a red carpet. Perhaps it was taupe, or they stood on the tile. Nevertheless, Miley loves her some tiny daughter-marrier.
“What I love about Woody Allen is that he’s never putting anything on. He’s never fake and he’s exactly who he is through and through,” said Cyrus. “For me, I have the highest respect of anyone who is truly themselves. He even runs his set in a way that is truly him. He’s super-resourceful and he’s not over the top. The budget of the movie goes into the project. It doesn’t go into fuckin’ crème brûlée for everybody and a hot tub in your trailer,” she added. “It’s for the project. So the styling, the casting, the location, the sets, it’s all the best. He doesn’t use anything that’s luxury and a waste of money, which I really like. I think every set should be like his.”
It’s interesting that she saves her vitriol for “fuckin’ crème brûlée” and not for her shady-ass director who married his ex-lover Mia Farrow’s 35-years-younger adopted daughter and has also been accused of molesting his adopted daughter. Especially when she says her guilt over child sex trafficking is so distracting that it ruins her hikes. Well, “fuckin’ crème brûlée” does have that mini-torched, crusty top that can give your mouth the ouchies.
Miley went on to praise Allen so much that she may as well have asked him to drop his sensible old guy khaki slacks and gently bend over so she that her tongue could have access to his ass. Christ, you would think he’s holding oen of her dogs hostage.
“I had so much fun, and it was the best experience. I learned a lot by watching the way he worked. I love that I didn’t have to do things a million times. There is like magic in the way he does things and gets the right angles. He sets everything up in the right way, where you do two takes. You don’t do multiple takes. You don’t do multiple angles. He’s done this for such a long time that he’s perfected what he wants, so the actors aren’t like, in a vegan saying, beating a dead horse. He’s really awesome.”
That’s a vegan saying now? Vegans came up with that? Ok. Question: When you hit it big in show business, do they issue an app that shows you exactly how to put your head up your own ass or is there a service you can call?
That being said, I’d like to personally compliment Miley for deftly drawing my attention away from her love for Woody by quoting “vegan sayings.” I briefly forgot my distaste for Woody. You should have handle ALL of his press, Hannah Montana. You distract from the real grossness of a situation.
Check out more pics of Miley Cyrus (and that weird curtain rope-secured, 1970s iron-on pantsuit she’s sporting) and Woody Allen at the premiere of Crisis in Six Scenes at the Crosby Street Hotel in NYC in the gallery below.