Pop star will perform alongside several other music A-listers in a tribute to Dolly Parton
Murray and Cyrus are joined in the preview for Sofia Coppola’s Netflix special by George Clooney, Chris Rock and Amy Poehler
Singer's collaborative LP with Flaming Lips titled 'Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz'
Minaj called out Cyrus on the VMA stage after the 22-year-old called her "not too kind" in a recent interview
The 2015 Video Music Awards will air on MTV this Sunday at 9/8c p.m. Here’s a rundown of what you need to know, from slated performers and key categories to nomination controversies and the most important moments to watch out for:
Is there going to be awkward tension on Sunday? Just as the news broke that the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards is going to open with a performance from Nicki Minaj (guess she doesn't hate the VMAs that much), we learned that the highly anticipated host for this weekend's festivities, Miley Cyrus, is not exactly cool with the way the rapper handled herself during that Taylor Swift -VMA nomination controversy. You remember what we're talking about, right?
Miley Cyrus is no stranger to making people uncomfortable through her near nudity and her appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel: Live!” Wednesday night was no different. During her sit-down, Cyrus, 22, sporting nipple pasties, opened up about her decision to forego clothing, as well as her upcoming hosting gig at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards.
Miley Cyrus has another burglar headed behind bars: Rusty Edward Sellner was sentenced Wednesday to two years in prison in connection with a December burglary at the "Wrecking Ball" singer's Toluca Lake home.
When Indiana governor Mike Pence signed the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) into law March 26th, Miley Cyrus was among the first celebrities to loudly criticize the discriminatory new bill, calling Pence an "asshole" to her 17 million Instagram followers. In a new interview with Time, the "Wrecking Ball" singer elaborated on why she's opposed to the RFRA and how she's rallying her fans to fight for equality.
Miley Cyrus is speaking out against Indiana’s controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The singer used her Instagram page Tuesday to express her anger over the law that critics say could allow business owners in the state to discriminate against members of the LGBT community. She called the law “unevolved & unjust” and posted a snippet of an article alleging that supporters of the measure have admitted it would allow businesses to refuse service to gay and transgender patrons.
Alright, guys! This is it — the final round of March Madness is upon us. If you’ve been following along with PopCrush over the past few weeks, then you know what that means: Today marks the beginning of the end. The final round will determine which dedicated fandom deserves to win the title of Best Fanbase. Weeks of voting left Lady Gaga‘s Little Monsters against Miley Cyrus‘ Smilers. Which fanbase is better?
Miley Cyrus got a matching tattoo, but not with her boyfriend Patrick Schwarzenegger. The “Wrecking Ball” singer recently got matching tattoos with her best friend and assistant, Cheyne Thomas. Bustle reported that Miley was spotted out in California with a new tattoo on her arm. The news site also noted that the singer should calm down on the tattoos or she’ll look like Harry Styles.
Indiana’s new religious freedom law, which detractors say will allow religious business leaders to legally discriminate against the gay community, has drawn criticism from high-profile voices like Ashton Kutcher, Hillary Clinton and Apple CEO Tim Cook.
Singer Miley Cyrus wants to take a wrecking ball to Indiana Gov. Mike Pence’s “religious freedom” bill. “You’re an asshole @govpenceIN,” Cyrus posted on Instagram on Thursday, alongside a headshot of the Republican governor. “The only place that has more idiots that [sic] Instagram is in politics,” she continued.
Miley Cyrus, Apple CEO Tim Cook, and former NBA star Charles Barkley are just a few of the high-profile figures condemning a law signed by Indiana Gov. Mike Pence on Thursday, which critics say will give businesses the option to discriminate against LGBT customers on religious grounds. Here's a roundup of notable people and groups that have joined the rising backlash, including athletes, celebrities, leaders of Fortune 500 companies, and even city and state governments:
Bring out the tissues — Miley Cyrus, 22, will not be releasing a new album this year. It seems like Miley spends every minute with her hot beau Patrick Schwarzenegger, 21, and we love that she’s so happy with him — but is he distracted her from getting back into the studio? Miley apparently feels releasing a new album “is a major process”, according to a HollywoodLife.com insider. Uh oh! So what exactly is going on? Here’s what we know!