Patty (woodycakes) wrote,

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Scandalous Make-Up, Alright

I was reading my usual round of gossip a few days back when I came across the article about Miley Cyrus's revealing photo. Now I thought they were referring to these bra-baring ones, when in fact they were referring to the Annie Liebovitz for Vanity Fair photos.

Now I saw the photos and the only thing scandalous to me is the fact that her hair and make up make her look like an extra on "Night of the Living Dead." I so understand why Momager Tish didn't care about the fact that her daughter was wearing a blanket (and pants), she was probably too horrified to speak up due to her daughter's appearance -- above the neck, that is.

I know the haters will feast on this one, but I don't understand why she needed to apologize in the first place. It wasn't like she was posing nude deer in the headlights style a la Baby V. I don't think there was a need to apologize just because some parents were outraged over FALSE news anyway delivered by Entertainment Tonight
Some parents reacted with outrage over the weekend when the television program “Entertainment Tonight” began showing commercials promoting a scoop: Ms. Cyrus, the star of the wholesome Disney Channel blockbuster “Hannah Montana,” had posed topless, albeit with her chest covered. [NY Times]
They didn't even show the entire photo. They chopped it off so it would look like she was topless. So really, I guess this is just another publicity stunt in the entire grand scheme of things. 'Till then, I shall return to reruns of Hannah Montana unaffected by yet another scandal in this girl's life.
Tags: girl crush, magazines, style
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