Miley Cyrus had three people in her life who were celebrating birthdays over this past week. Her little sister Noah Cyrus turned 18 on the 8th, and both her fiancé Liam Hemsworth and friend Wayne Coyne celebrated their birthdays on the 13th. Miley decided to save her stoner brain the trouble of remembering all those dates by rolling all three into one giant birthday party on Saturday.
About a month after Miley Cyrus started scootin’ her hillbilly business on her ex-fiancé Liam Hemsworth again, she took the engagement ring he gave her out of its fancy box and started wearing it again. That “Why me?” face Miley made when she decided to re-debut her ring on Instagram might not have been because she was dressed like the eliminated look from the Strawberry Shortcake challenge on Project Runway.
During the same interview with Variety in which she hates on the name Supergirl, Miley Cyrus made it clear again that she’s on Team Woody Allen Is A Good Guy. Miley has said previously to Vanity Fair that she loved working with Ol’ Man Grossness on his Amazon show Crisis in Six Scenes because he was a great director and that she learned a lot from him. Now she’s telling Variety about the Woody behind the camera. Miley loved that Woody too, because they’re practically the same person. And she doesn’t give two beady-eyed high-waisted khaki shits if you’re side-eyeing her hard right now.
You may have already checked the fuck out of this post after reading “Miley Cyrus Has Serious Thoughts.” You’re smart in wanting to preserve your remaining brain cells.
During an interview with Variety, Miley Cyrus was asked why she thinks gender inequality in Hollywood still exists, and her answer led to her brain burping up a little rant the name Supergirl. SPOILER ALERT: Miley doesn’t like it.
When you think of Miley Cyrus, you immediately have to rinse your mouth out with industrial-strength Listerine since the taste of chipmunk smegma covers your tongue. But after you do that and think of Miley Cyrus again, you think of a serious artiste who is all about the art and her voice and isn’t at all about gimmicks or herself or what she’s wearing. Miley Cyrus thinks that of Miley Cyrus too! And Miley Cyrus is the complete opposite of Mariah Carey.
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.