When the Flaming Lips finalized their star-studded Sgt. Pepper tribute album, With a Little Help From My Fwends, last month, more than a few feared Miley Cyrus would take a wrecking ball to her contribution, “Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds.” Now the Lips have released the track, which also features Moby, along with pre-ordering details. READ FULL STORY
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At last year’s Video Music Awards, Miley Cyrus made headlines for twerking on Robin Thicke and sticking out her tongue. This year, the pop singer kept it tame and gave her one moment in the spotlight to someone else: A homeless man named Jesse.
Cyrus won the Video of the Year award for “Wrecking Ball” but instead of walking up to the stage to claim the Moonman for herself, she sent Jesse up as she cheered for him from the sidelines. “My name is Jesse, and I’m accepting this award on behalf of the 1.6 million runaways and homeless youth in the United States, who are starving, lost, and scared for their lives right now,” Jesse started. “I know this because I am one of these people.” READ FULL STORY
Miley Cyrus is going to have to keep her tongue out of the Dominican Republic.
The government commission of the Caribbean island is banning the crotch-grabbing singer’s Sept. 13 concert for her, well, frequent crotch grabs, among other signature Miley antics that have gone against the country’s morality laws, which are punishable offenses. Tickets have ranged from $27 to $370 so ticketholders in the Dominican Republic will just have to hope for a refund and comfort themselves with a twerk and a foam finger. (Too risque?)
Pharrell’s new video for “Come Get It Bae” brings up a lot of questions: Why does the video start out by stating “beauty has no expiration date,” only for the multiple dancers in the video to all look to be in their thirties or younger? Why is Pharrell filming the dancers? Shouldn’t he be singing?
Miley Cyrus and Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne, both fans of recreational drug use as well as being bottomless pits of need for attention, have become tight buds—which only makes sense. Over the weekend, Cyrus and Coyne partied together in Los Angeles, culminating in getting matching tattooed portraits of Miley’s deceased dog Floyd, who she has previously paid tribute to in the form of a giant inflatable stage prop.
Today, they followed that up by releasing a new video they made together. “Blonde SuperFreak Steals the Magic Brain” isn’t exactly a music video but rather a very brief psychedelic heist movie scored by what seems to be a heavily deconstructed version of a Flaming Lips track that harkens back to the band’s early years as a face-melting acid-pop band, well before they smoothed out enough of their lysergic edge to find mainstream success. Cyrus, who was bedridden at the time due to an allergic reaction to antibiotics, plays the custodian of JFK’s brain, which holds “the original formula for the drug LSD,” according to Coyne, which is stolen by a naked blonde woman. The Flaming Lips play rainbows and mushrooms.
Moby, Santa Claus, and “a lesbian Bigfoot” also make appearances in the five-and-a-half-minute short. NSFW for nudity, drug use, and Miley loudly dropping F-bombs.
Spotify listeners really, really like Avicii.
The EDM star leads Spotify’s first-ever Top 25 Artists Under 25 list, a ranking of the most influential young music-makers. The streaming service looked at No. 1 hits, volume and growth of streams and shares, and viral chart success from the last year to compile the results.
Avicii easily took the top spot — the 24-year-old Swedish DJ’s track “Wake Me Up” is the most-streamed song in Spotify history. He’s also the first artist under 25 to reach one billion streams on the site. READ FULL STORY
Miley Cyrus was out of commission for a spell, which kept her away of eye-popping costumes and attention-grabbing headlines for a few weeks. (How did the Internet not sink into the ocean due to a dearth of Cyrus-related material?)
But now she’s back, touring Europe, happily grinding against anatomically correct blow-up dolls, and dropping in on Sunday night’s Billboard Music Awards via satellite to deliver a cover of the Beatles’ “Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds” with some help from the Flaming Lips.
This weekend in London, Miley Cyrus rode (among other things) a giant inflatable penis onstage at the nightclub Heaven. She must be fully recovered from the “severe allergic reaction to antibiotics” that caused her to cancel the rest of her Bangerz Tour. After seeing these pictures I feel like I could use a round of antibiotics.
She was at Heaven’s G-A-Y night last Friday to celebrate a friend’s birthday. According to MTV News, as part of a toast she spouted this into the mic: “Everyone’s a little bit gay. Some of us just a little bit more than others.” She also insinuated that if your intended partner doesn’t want to get down — gay or otherwise — to “sprinkle something in their drink. That’s what I always do.” Er…no. Never do that.
See the NSFW photo below: READ FULL STORY
Miley Cyrus has been forced to postpone two more concert dates, this time in Europe.
The 21-year-old pop singer’s May 2 date in Amsterdam and May 4 appearance in Antwerp, Belgium, on her Bangerz Tour have been pushed back to June.
A Wednesday news release says Cyrus’ symptoms from a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics have returned and doctors will not allow her to travel. READ FULL STORY
After cancelling multiple tour dates because of illness, Miley Cyrus has announced the rescheduled dates for the remainder of her “Bangerz” tour, plus two additional dates.
All previously cancelled or postponed shows are included on the new schedule, with tickets to the Nashville, Louisville, Philadelphia, and Uniondale shows being honored at the new dates. Those who bought tickets to the Charlotte, Kansas City, or St. Louis shows will be issued a full refund and will have the opportunity to purchase new tickets to the rescheduled shows in those cities.
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