Miley Cyrus has found a way to curb her self-proclaimed hoarding tendencies: hot glue.
The album is out Oct. 28.
Featuring some of the most explicit lyrics this side of Luther Campbell, Borgore talks the Obama’s sex life, feuding with M.I.A. and resolving the conflict in the Middle East when he becomes President of Israel.
Metallica, Shakira and Katy Perry also earned records in the latest edition of the book, out next week.
Thought you’d heard the end of twerking? Think again.
Helt is scheduled to appear in Polk County Circuit Court on Sept. 16.
While bands have declined entrance to the Rock Hall of Fame and British artists have snubbed knighthood, only a handful had have the guts to walk onstage and use their award-winning moment to make a political statement.
Miley Cyrus wants us to look past Jesse Helt’s checkered history, and look towards ending youth homelessness.
While the homeless teen made quite an impact on this year’s MTV gala, his heightened profile has brought lingering legal issues to light.
Last night at the MTV Video Music Awards, Miley Cyrus had her version of a Marlon Brando moment.
Miley Cyrus swore it couldn’t be done, but it seems she has actually been stopped.
Eddie Vedder, Iggy Azalea, Selena Gomez and Wiz Khalifa are just some of the music superstars who took the plunge to raise awareness about ALS.
“Give me one good reason why Miley made this her twitter avi,” she wrote.
Miley Cyrus won’t stop—she can’t stop—just being Miley. But some parents are not okay with the tongue wagging and the twerking and the inflatable hot dog riding.
The album will also feature contributions from Miley Cyrus, Moby and Electric Wurms, as previously reported.
For “Come Get It Bae,” we get a message from the women’s movement: the personal is political.