Dear daughter, let Miley Cyrus be a lesson to you

Posted: August 31, 2013 in DAY 2 DAY, Mumsnet Bloggers Network
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So I saw this article on a friend’s blog and it spoke to me so much I knew I wanted to have it in a place I’d be able to retrieve and show my daughter easily.

To be honest I loved Miley Cyrus as Hannah Montana and her roles in all those little high school movies they made not more than three-to-five years ago. She was adorable, like the teen version of Jennifer Aniston, America’s sweetheart.

This Lil Kim/Rihanna/Lady Gaga wannabe is not only one of the sharpest transformations I’ve seen, one of the most disgusting (however successful), but it is befuddling. How does someone work SO HARD to create a dirty image of themselves?

Anyway, before this becomes a full post in itself, enjoy the one that inspired it.

Blessings.

 

Dear daughter, let Miley Cyrus be a lesson to you.

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  1. tkendr01 says:

    Reblogged this on tkendr01 and commented:
    Very well said.

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  2. In a world where fame is heralded over values and parents support shenanigans of their children, it is hardwork to tow the line of values. Almost credible rumors have it that Kim Kardashian’s mom told her how to shoot the sex tape ans shopped for a buyer personally. Result, a family who’s claim to fame is over a sextape and nothing else. Miley doesn’t want to be the disney kid anymore and unlike Macauley Culkin (home alone) who has simply shied away from the media, the cyrus girl just wants to be different and is using the excuse that her parents are divorced to be what it is she is now. Check it, there are a few girls who came off that disney channel show and even if they all don’t stand by their ‘promise rings’ anymore they still have gone the subtle route to be supposedly sexy. One thing people don’t know is that for every big artist you see on tv, there are millions that have attempted and failed and are forever ruined but thats not the story you will hear. I have said too much…

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