Tween idol Miley Cyrus may have been "embarrassed" by her scandalous Vanity Fair photo shoot with Annie Leibovitz, but that doesn't mean Cyrus is opposed to going in front of her lens again.
The Hannah Montana star, who recently turned 16, originally called the photos featuring her with only a blanket wrapped around her chest a "mistake." Now, however, Cyrus tells ...
While every person in the world with access to a camera has been adding their two cents on the bareback Miley incident, leave it to Ellen to address the controversial matter in the way she does bestwith a joke! The talk show host began discussing the topic only to reveal that she too had been a victim of Annie Leibovitz's power of persuasion.
It's just one scandal after another with this girl. Last week she was flashing her bra in her personal pics and now tween queen Miley Cyrus is getting blasted for a risqué Vanity Fair photo. The 15-year-old is said to be clothed in the picture but was snapped by renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz in such a way that Cyrus is appears topless. The actress has apologized to her fans saying she now feels "embarrassed" about the whole thing in retrospect. Your take: Is Miley going too sexy too young or is the photo getting blown out of proportion?
Aug 22, 2007 10:57 PM ET
- by Ken Fox
It's really really hard for me to even fake the slightest bit of interest in High School Musical 2 and its unprecedented success. As TV Guide Channel's Nikki Boyer put it so succinctly the other night on Watch This!, if the record-breaking numbers prove anything, it's simply that kids love crap. But like a lot of people, I was struck by the recent cover of Rolling Stone and the magazine's positioning of HSM2's squeaky-clean "hunk" Zac Efron as "America's Latest Heart Throb." I realize a lot has changed over the years, and Rolling Stone is hardly the countercultural force it was in the early '70s, but the Efron cover and the toothless interview within immediately brought to my mind the staggeringly popular teen idol David Cassidy's appearance on the cover of the same magazine back in 1972.Already a huge star thanks to the runaway success of The Partridge Family and the grueling, nonstop touring schedule he endured over his weekends away from the set Cassid...