Robin Thicke’s Mother Gloria Loring Doesn’t Understand What Miley’s Trying To Do

August 26, 2013 / Posted by:

Just like she wanted, everybody’s talking about Miley Cyrus’ terrifying and hilarious Fame Whore Revue (featuring the PedoBear dancers) and everybody has an opinion on that embarrassing, trashy mess. Kelly Clarkson called Miley (and CaCa, obviously) “pitchy strippers,” and Robin Thicke’s mother Gloria Loring was not amused by any of it. Gloria Loring sang and co-wrote The Facts of Life theme song, and usually I’d automatically agree with the opinion of a woman who co-wrote one of the most important songs in history, but I cannot agree with her about Miley. Gloria told OMG! Yahoo that she doesn’t understand what Miley was trying to do. What is there to understand? Miley was trying to trend on Twitter by motorboating the Mt. Everest of asses (or maybe she’s gazing into the future of her career?) and was taking all the attention away from Robin Thicke with her lizard tongue. That’s what she was trying to do. It’s simple.

But Gloria Loring didn’t like any of it. The mother of the dude who has a bunch of naked chicks in his video said this about Miley Cyrus running around the stage like a white trash Harley Quinn on meth.

“I don’t understand what Miley Cyrus is trying to do. I think she’s misbegotten in this attempt of hers. And I think it was not beneficial. I didn’t get what her point was. It was so over the top as to almost be a parody of itself.”

Wait, that performance wasn’t a parody? What Gloria is trying to say is that you take the meth, you take the coke, you take them both and there you have Miley’s performance.

Mika Brzezinski of MSNBC’s Morning Joe agrees with Gloria Loring, but she went even further by saying that Miley’s performance was disturbing and that Amanda Bynes’ spirit animal probably needs to go to rehab. Mika went IN:

“That was really, really disturbing. That young lady, who is 20, is obviously deeply troubled, deeply disturbed, clearly has confidence issues, probably an eating disorder, and I don’t think anybody should have put her onstage. That was disgusting and embarrassing.”

And she went on:

“That was not attractive. That was not fun. That was not funny. That was really, really bad for anybody who’s younger and impressionable, and she’s really messed up.”

And on:

“The whole thing was cringe-worthy, but I feel bad for her. She is a mess. Someone needs to take care of her. Someone needs not to put her onstage and make a complete fool of herself.”

And on:

“It was pathetic, desperate, sick. She’s clearly disturbed. She doesn’t look healthy.”

Pathetic, desperate, sick and disturbing…. Yup, I agree with all of that and that’s why I loved it!

And here’s Robin Thicke with his wife Paula Patton who wore a dress made from all the undeveloped camera film that you kept in your refrigerator for years.

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