Nominations for the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards were announced Thursday afternoon.
Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga led the pack with nine nods apiece, largely thanks to their smash collaboration “Rain On Me,” while Billie Eilish and The Weeknd followed with six each.
However, other beloved artists with headline-making visuals were snubbed in major categories. Insider.com listed the 7 biggest snubs, with mentions to Miley Cyrus’ 2019 videos Mother’s Daughter and Slide Away.
“Mother’s Daughter” by Miley Cyrus was only nominated in technical categories, despite its powerful premise and gorgeous execution.
Insider previously ranked “Mother’s Daughter” as the runner-up on our list of 2019’s best music videos.
It’s extremely difficult to make a music video that’s at once political, artistic, visually dazzling, seductive, scary, and totally inclusive. Think: “Wrecking Ball,” but make it ultra-feminist.
Cyrus pulled it off, but “Mother’s Daughter” only received two nominations in technical categories: best art direction and best editing.
It’s possible that, given the video’s age, it lost favor with the VMAs voting committee — but “Slide Away,” Cyrus’ more recent visual triumph, didn’t get any love at all.
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Earlier today, MTV announced the nominations for the 2020 Video Music Awards, which are being held on the 30th August.
Mother’s Daughter music video by Miley Cyrus was nominated for two VMAs, within the professional categories!
• Best Art Direction (by Christian Stone)
• Best Editing (by Alexandre Moors & Nuno Xico)
The categories are non-votable, so be sure to tune into the MTV VMAs on 30th August to see if Mother’s Daughter takes home the moon men!
Dolly Parton has just announced that she will release a star-studded Christmas album this fall.
Calling into the final episode of longtime 650 AM WSM personality and Grand Ole Opry announcer Eddie Stubbs, who retired from his legendary post on July 29, Parton was asked how she’s been spending her time as quarantine measures continue around the nation. And surprise, surprise, she’s hasn’t slowed down one bit. Along with getting some quality time with her husband of more than 50 years, she’s been hard at work.
“I have just finished … a Christmas album called A Holly Dolly Christmas, and it’s coming out in the fall,” the powerhouse revealed. “I’m doing a duet with Michael Bublé, a duet with Billy Ray Cyrus, a duet with Jimmy Fallon, a duet with Miley [Cyrus], a duet with my brother Randy, and my niece Heidi is singing on that with us also. Then I’m doing several Christmas classics like ‘I Saw Mama Kissing Santa Claus’ and ‘Circle of Love’ from my Christmas of Many Colors movie.”
Listen to the audio from the podcast below!
In regards to coming-of-age anthems, few have truly stood the test of time quite like Miley Cyrus’ “Can’t Be Tamed”.
A 17-year-old Cyrus dropped the track back in 2010, as the lead single from her third studio album of the same name. (This would be her final album with former label Hollywood Records, who’d been responsible for her Hannah Montana discography.)
When considering her musical timeline up to that point, it’s no secret that she’d already achieved mammoth success with bops like “Party in the USA” and “When I Look At You”. It’s also no secret that both of these tracks conformed to a certain tween innocence, indicative of her Disney stardom.
With this in mind, “Can’t Be Tamed”, described by Rolling Stone as a “grown-up club sound”, was Cyrus’ first major attempt at departing from this innocence.
In hindsight, the single seems to have foreshadowed the arrival of 2013’s Bangerz, her following album which undoubtedly signalled an arrival into adulthood, with full control of both her identity and musical direction.
Cyrus spoke with Jimmy Fallon about “Can’t Be Tamed” earlier this year, stating that it was still “one of [her] favorite songs.”
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Last night (27th July), members of Miley Cyrus‘s band posted some photos on Instagram from a rehearsal session.
A couple of hours later, Miley uploaded a photo onto her Instagram story, which said: “We will We will rock you….. But we’ll also protect you and your loved ones by having socially distanced band practice wearing masks! Rock on w your mask on.”
It was announced last week that Miley will be performing at the 2020 iHeartRadio Festival, which will be held virtually in September. There are also rumours of further performances and new music to be announced!
Are you excited for Miley’s return?
Internet sensation Missy Modell is at it again. The parody singer-songwriter has taken Miley Cyrus’ “Party in the U.S.A.” and turned it into a pop-fueled commentary on voter suppression. In the video, a cheerful Modell sings about showing up to vote, only to be told she’s at the wrong polling station. She must drive across town in rush hour traffic (because Election Day is, stupidly, on a Tuesday)…and finds her polling place is closed.
“Throwing my hands up / They’re making it hard / But I’m gonna show up anyway / Yeah it’s voting in the U.S.A.,” she belts out.
How can you avoid a disaster like this on Election Day? Well, you could try to make a viral video about voter suppression like Modell, but since none of us is that talented, here are some more practical ways to ensure your vote gets counted.
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In a recent interview to promote The Flaming Lips upcoming album, Wayne Coyne spoke about his work with Miley Cyrus on her Dead Petz record. Check out what he had to say below!
“When Miley and I began to make the music that became the Dead Petz record, it was because Miley wanted to make an album the way Flaming Lips do. She wanted to just be creative, without producers, art directors and advisors making choices for her. Miley and the Lips do our best creatively, not worrying about what the world thinks of us.”
Over the years the Disney Channel has certainly been the starting platform for plenty of actors and musicians and today’s list is talking about the biggest ones from the 2000s. Everyone knows that Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, and Co. are still super successful and relevant but the question is which one is the most successful when it comes to their net worth?
After leaving the Disney Channel, most of these stars have decided to pursue a career either in singing or acting (or both), but today’s list is all about uncovering which ones have actually managed to become the wealthiest.
10 – Ashley Tisdale – Net Worth $10 Million
9 – Vanessa Hudgens – Net Worth $14 Million
8 – Shia LaBeouf — Net Worth $25 Million
7 – Zac Efron — Net Worth $25 Million
6 – Hilary Duff — Net Worth $25 Million
5 – Demi Lovato — Net Worth $40 Million
4 – Raven-Symoné — Net Worth $55 Million
3 – Selena Gomez — Net Worth $75 Million
2 – Jonas Brothers — Net Worth $150 Million
1 – Miley Cyrus — Net Worth $160 Million
Wrapping the list up at spot number one is singer Miley Cyrus. Who could forget that Miley started her career as Hannah Montana on the Disney Channel in 2006, and frankly, Miley has been a star ever since. Even during the show, it was evident that Miley is a very talented musician so it didn’t come as a surprise that her career shifted towards music once she wrapped up Hannah Montana in 2011. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Miley Cyrus is estimated to have a net worth of around $160 million.
It’s a good day to be a Smiler! Miley Cyrus’ fans are freaking out after whispers of new music from the pop star hit the internet. While Cyrus has yet to address the rumor herself, fans are entirely convinced new bops are coming, and they even started a trending Twitter hashtag about the news. The tag “#MILEYISCOMING” took over Twitter on July 21, and it explains why so many fans believe Miley Cyrus will drop an album in 2020.
It’s no secret most musicians tour in tandem with an album release, so it was a concert announcement from Cyrus that tipped Smilers off. The singer was announced as part of the 2020 iHeartRadio Music Festival lineup, and her fans are hoping this means more music is on its way.
Cyrus dropped her last EP She Is Coming in May 2019, and revealed that she planned to drop two additional EPs called She Is Here and She Is Everything before the release of a final compilation album that includes all the tracks from the EPs called She Is Miley Cyrus. Unfortunately for fans, after the release of She Is Coming, the additional EPs were put on hold and there’s still no word on when fans can expect more music.
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Fans are anticipating Miley Cyrus to release her new EP “She Is Here.” After releasing the first part of the trilogy “She Is Coming,” the singer prepares to drop “She Is Here,” and finally to be followed by “She Is Everything.” Miley discussed her plans for the three-part series in production of her next full album, but it was ultimately postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Although there isn’t much news as of yet about her upcoming activities, the singer released new images that are supposedly related to her comeback. Miley also announced that she will be performing at the iHeartRadio Musical Festival. The online event will take place on September 18 and 19, and this year’s lineup includes artists like BTS, Miley Cyrus, Coldplay, Khalid, Migos, and more. Since there won’t be a live audience due to social distancing regulations, the 10th-anniversary live event will be filmed in Los Angeles and Nashville, and iHeartRadio is planning ways for fans to engage with the show, including a Zoom audience and virtual dressing room interviews.
In addition to the exciting news, Miley Cyrus reportedly recorded nine songs for her upcoming EP “She Is Here.” With her return coming soon, fans have already celebrated the news with hashtag #MILEYISCOMING.