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Miley Cyrus Tweaks Twerking and Tongue-Baring to a Fine Art

Jan 31 2014, 3:37am CST | by , in News | Other Stuff

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Miley Cyrus has really entertained (and shocked) audiences by her recent bizarre behavior. This is one cowgirl who has tweaked twerking and tongue-baring to a fine art. Madonna joined her a while back in her wild antics on stage which really surprised many fans of the Material Girl.

Miley Cyrus appeared on the MTV Unplugged show and she was the same old wild child. Ever since Miley left her Disney childhood persona behind, she has been on a rampage of hip-slapping and torso-jerking excess. And it looks like this is just the start of the super-creative actions that verge on the insane. 

Her song which was a #1 hit truly personifies her attitude to extremes and the cloying superficiality of materialism. “We can’t stop” means that she will not be the conformist society expects its citizens to be. 

Her Nashville roots were evident when she sang some country numbers. Then Miley Cyrus tried to hump a horse (it was a costume-clad pair who comprised the equestrian member). Finally, one of the female icons of America’s freedom, Madonna got up with her on stage and the two rocked to the music

Madonna also stuck her tongue out in synch with Miley and presented her with a cowboy hat. They slapped each others butts and started the usual twerking which sure amused the audience. While all this was to be expected from the likes of Miley Cyrus, it was a rare peek into Madonna’s mentality. 

Although she too is an agent provocateur, her fans consider her to be much more mature than Miley. But now that has been disproved since she too has stooped to the same level as the pop starlet.

Source: AccessHollyWood via Yahoo

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