A Letter To Miley Cyrus
I stopped reading this immediately when I read “back up dancer” to describe Robin Thicke. Robin Thicke wrote and sings the song that is about the blurred lines of consentuality. He is not an anonymous back up dancer. As much as I love Justin Timberlake, he was the one who removed Janet Jackson’s shirt in that performance in the Super Bowl several years back. And yet it is Janet that we remember. I wonder, will we remember this performance for the over the top performance of Miley and forget that Robin Thicke was even a part of it? Or maybe we will just forget Robin Thicke. But we can’t forget Miley because we love watching train wrecks, for example Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Bynes.
I, as well as millions of Americans, sat in amazement as I watched your VMA performance. No, you are not the first artist to grind on a backup dancer (however you may be the first to grind on a teddy bear but who knows), sing about your life of partying and drug abuse, or to strip down to your chonies. It’s all been done before. So why is your performance evoking such media attention, anger, amusement, and general confusion? Well, I have yet to speak to the millions of viewers personally, but here are a few of my guesses.
1. Yes, we all know that you are NOT Hannah Montana and we are all aware that you are of legal age to make your own decisions and mistakes. I am sincerely sorry that at such a young age you were forced to adhere to the pressure of being…
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