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Miley Cyrus releases new video for 'Wrecking Ball'

Posted by Katie McLeod  September 9, 2013 03:32 PM

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So there has been twerking. A lot of it. So much so that Twitter has become aflutter with it since Miley Cyrus's shocking VMA performance last month.

And now there's "Wrecking Ball," the latest new video from Ms. Miley, released today, after the VMAs-twerking-Twitter hysteria she caused with her writhing antics on stage with Robin Thicke as they performed Thicke's single, "Blurred Lines." (And as an aside, let's just hope the two popular "T" terms -- twerking and Twitter -- don't get confused with each other. Oh boy that would be a headache confusing.)

Cyrus may have twerked and over-worked her tongue during the VMAs, but she's gone naked for her Terry Richardson-directed "Wrecking Ball" video, showing her bold, red pout more than her in-your-face tongue (though, you can't escape that here either). The provocative video may further propel Cyrus into a land far away from her Disney roots, but is it working for her? Are you taking her seriously as an evolving artist, or is she blurring the lines -- ahem, sorry Mr. Thicke, but you brought this on yourself -- between using sex to sell and selling herself out? Let us know what you think of Cyrus's new video in the comments here, and take our poll below.


Note: This video contains content sexual in nature. Please use your own discretion.

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ALSO: Miley Cyrus to be host, musical guest on 'SNL'

 

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