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Well, “Miley Cyrus Tour Bus Crash Kills One” is quite a startling headline to find first thing in the morning! ABC News reports that a tour bus belonging to the “Party In The U.S.A.” starlet overturned on Interstate 85 in Dinwiddie, Virginia—about 40 miles south of Richmond—around 8:15 a.m. Friday morning. More »
On the heels of a controversy over whether or not Miley Cyrus was miming a striptease in her “tribute to Tennessee” at this week’s Teen Choice Awards comes… Hannah Montana-branded cherries. We’ll know that everyone’s having a laugh when the tie-in extends to Cyrus offering up her very own recipe for a cherry pie, I guess. [Dlisted] More »
As the media truism dictates, three’s a trend:
• A Detroit man has been charged with threatening to kill Beyoncé Knowles and Jay-Z—as well as football player Jerome “The Bus” Bettis—via “dozens of threatening letters.” Leon Desmond Barrett, who allegedly sent the letters between 2006 and this year, countered the charges by saying that he had legitimate beef with The Bus; a Federal judge has ordered a psych exam for him. [Detroit News] More »
First, she flubbed a lyric from her paparazzi-baiting single “Fly On The Wall” during a British TV appearance, prompting the country’s scandal-happy press to flip out just a little bit; then, Miley Cyrus‘ Twitter—which the pop sensation seems sort of addicted to—got hacked by some prankster who wasn’t quite sure just how to spell his (or her!) victim’s name, thus causing the account to be suspended by the microblogging service’s higher-ups. I’m waiting for all of these screw-ups to be hailed as yet another part of God’s big plan for all of us, but in the interim, let’s savor the four best fake tweets from phony Miley.