In the article, the “Blurred Lines” stage-crasher emphasizes her new sound and image, saying: “Right now, when people go to iTunes and listen to my old music, it’s so irritating to me because I can’t just erase that stuff and start over.”
Can someone please reassure her that Can’t Be Tamed – and all previous recordings, for that matter – are actually very, very good? She’s growing up and reinventing herself. We get it. But I won’t stand for the outright dismissal of pop classics like “Party In The USA”!
Miley also declares: “I hate it when people make puns out of my song titles.” Whoops. I would like to personally apologize for this right now.
Do you think the 20-year-old is taking her reinvention just a tad too seriously? Madonna still embraces golden oldies like “Holiday” and she had different body parts when she recorded those songs.