Miley Cyrus is putting Indiana Governor Mike Pence on blast over his religious freedom bill that allows businesses and associations to discriminate against homosexuals.
The 22-year-old “We Can’t Stop” singer took to Instagram earlier today to share a picture of the Republican politico with a pro-LGBT message.
“You’re an asshole @govpenceIN,” the pop star wrote Thursday. “The only place that has more idiots than Instagram is in politics@braisoncwukong thank you for standing up for what is right! We need more strong heterosexual men fighting for equality in both men and women! Why are the macho afraid to love muchoooo?!?”
Miley tagged her brother Braison in the post because he too took a stand against Pence and his bill.
“This is Indiana Senator, Mike Pence. He is currently trying to pass a law in Indiana to allow businesses to discriminate against gays under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. This is wrong in so many ways. Tweet him and tell him he’s an asshole @govpenceIN,” Braison posted on Instagram.
Miley isn’t the only celeb to speak out over Pence’s bill. Openly gay stars have been taking to Twitter to slam the governor too. “A sad day for all in #INDIANA. Gov.Pence, you did not lead today. You were not courageous,” Dustin Lance Black wrote.[Source]
We have added new scans from Miley’s official Bangerz Tour DVD to our photogallery!
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Today we launched our brand new gallery layout for Miley’s MAC Viva Glam!
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Miley Cyrus and Elton John are set to feature on the new Chic album.
Founding member of the group, Nile Rodgers, is currently completing work on their upcoming ninth studio album ‘It’s About Time’, and has teased the exciting collaborations which he hopes will feature on the collection.
The 62-year-old star revealed his blossoming relationship with ‘Wrecking Ball’ hitmaker Miley means the pair have agreed to record together for the LP, which will be the band’s first since 1992’s ‘Chic-Ism’.
He said: ”I’ve also become really good friends with Miley Cyrus, who sings her ass off! All of this stuff just happened in the last few days, and I’m thinking, ‘Wait a minute, these people are amazing. Why am I going to fool around?’
”So I just called up Miley and was like, ‘Yo Miley do you want to do this?’ [And she’s like] ‘Yeah!”’[Source]
Miley Cyrus is having the last laugh—and the last slice!
The “We Can’t Stop” singer has been subjected to a series of untrue rumors for months, and on Wednesday, Cyrus decided to have a little fun of her own. In December, Life & Style reported that the pop star and Patrick Schwarzenegger got married in Miami. The tabloid alleged that Cyrus walked down the aisle to a techno remix of “Here Comes the Bride” and, while reciting her vows, promised to “try to be a faithful wife, but…she couldn’t make any promises.” Per a source, Schwarzenegger said he would marry her if she took his last name. “Then they made out for like five minutes while everyone cheered.” It alleged that the rings were made using rolling papers and a little-person stripper acted as the minister.
Come this March, the 2015 YouTube Music Awards will honor artists in a whole new way.
For this year’s event, the YouTube Music Awards picked 50 winners based on views, subscribers and engagement over the last six months.
Ariana Grande, Beyonce, Meghan Trainor, Miley Cyrus, One Direction, OK Go, Rihanna, Charli XCX, Drake, Big Sean, Sia and Sam Smith are among the winners, according to a press release.
Unlike the inaugural 2013 show, which was live, the 2015 event will try out a new format. For the event, YouTube is working with nine artists (hopefully more soon), including some on the list as well as emerging artists, to create original music videos. They will debut all at once at 10 a.m. PT on March 23.
Charli XCX, Sheeran, Martin Garrix, Max Schneider, Migos, Megan Nicole, Cahoots, Nicky Jam and Shamir will get the video treatment.
VICE has been enlisted to produce the event and A-list music video directors have been selected to helm the clips from both established chart-toppers and up-and-coming artists. Fans will also be able to get in on the fun. The press release notes that artists will take some fans behind-the-scenes and invite others to be a part of the videos.[Source]
Madonna has said she “loves” Miley Cyrus.
Filming The Jonathan Ross Show in London, the singer dismissed criticism voiced by veteran singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell that women in pop are sexually exploited.
“We live in a different time,” she told Ross. “Image is a big part of our work. We are exploring our sexuality.” In Mitchell’s era, she suggested, “I don’t think sexuality was something women were owning up to.”
“I love Miley [Cyrus], Gaga, all these guys,” she said.
When Ross pointed out that male pop stars weren’t quite so often seen stripped to their underwear, she replied, “Men aren’t as oppressed as women. Men have always objectified women. I was objectifying myself.”
Cyrus, a former child star, has been criticised for her overtly sexual behaviour and explicit music videos, such as the one that accompanied her single Wrecking Ball.
In an interview to be broadcast on ITV on March 14, Madonna appeared relaxed and healthy, having put her fall at the Brit Awards behind her. She laughed about flashing her posterior at photographers on the red carpet, blaming “that naughty devilish voice in my head that I sometimes listen to.”[Source]