Miley Cyrus Performs Wrecking Ball with Cat Animation and Kisses Ryan Seacrest
Miley Cyrus took part in two events that shook the world. She performed her hit song Wrecking Ball with the accompaniment of a cute cat animation. The cat cried diamond tears. And she also kissed Ryan Seacrest in the wee hours of 2014.
According to Miley, she found the cat on Tumblr and contacted the animator who was in Japan. Then she and the director of her song got together and formed a gif of the fine feline friend. It was a match made in heaven. Miley looked absolutely adorable as she sang the song along with the animated cat in the background.
The next event she was a part of was a full-on kiss with Ryan Seacrest. Miley and Ryan locked lips amid cheers. Several other couples also swapped spit on the occasion of the NewYear’s entry. One of them was Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg.
The timing was just right with the midnight hour in full swing. The kisses bewitched the crowd which went wild with delight. The crossover from 2013 to 2014 couldn’t have been any better than this.
Oakland Athletics Trade For Adam Dunn
The Oakland Athletics acquired first baseman Adam Dunn and cash from the Chicago White Sox on Aug. 31. In exchange, the White Sox received minor-league pitcher Nolan Sanburn.
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