Miley: The Movement (2013) is a one-hour TV film documentary where music superstar Miley Cyrus allows unprecedented access into her life. Premiers October 2 on MTV.
I must admit that after watching this documentary I gained unexpected respect for Miley. She made it very clear that every single thing she's done thus far has been planned- She does not act upon anything without a reason, and that reason is she wants to do what makes her happy. She is all smiles and tongue-in-cheek lately; an obvious clue that she is enjoying the events of her current life. This source could be used as a major informational resource for industry professionals, or for anyone who is curious as to what this documentary is all about.
So what does she do? She wears less clothing; she sings more provocative songs, takes on more sexy acting roles. Honestly, there isn't anything wrong with wanting to mature in your career -- that's natural.
Still confused about the government shutdown? Well thankfully Miley and the cast of 'Saturday Night Live' put together a hilarious video boiling things down to 'We Can't Stop' terms. Watch it below...
This SNL skit proves that Miley is willing to go to whatever extent to make a statement. She was both the host and musical guest for this episode, so she took full advantage of the spotlight and made a funny parody of her hit single "We Can't Stop" in which she makes fun of the government shutdown. She approproately named the song "We Did Stop (the government)". I found the performance to be a little over the top, but it doesn't matter what I think. Miley made it very clear- there is no stopping her. If any industry professional wanted information on the skit, they could go to this article for it.
Oh yes. It happened. Like most people, I was also shocked by Miley's performance here. However, I can see that she had a lot of fun from the moment she stepped on stage until the moment she stepped off. While the performance can be seen as controversial due to her dramatic dancing and frequent twerking (not to mention the skin sweater she wore), it is again the fact that she enjoys every minute in the spotlight that draws people towards her. Given the way this article is written (geared more towards teen/young adults) I would not consider this source to be a major informational resource for industry professionals.
The Guardian Sweeten your inbox Flavorwire We've all heard more than enough about Miley Cyrus of late: the twerking, the documentary, the music video with Lucifer Terry Richardson.
Well here it is, Miley's new album. I have already downloaed it and can say she is surely heading down a new path as an artist. The album is a constant roller coaster of musical notes- going from a slow ballad to an upbeat hip-hop track in the first 4.5 minutes. Just when you think you know what she's all about, you don't. Miley is keeping her fans well on the edge as she works her way to the top of the charts. For any industry professional interested in a track-by-track review, this is a good article to read.
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