Miley Cyrus for Harper’s Bazaar Magazine

Posted on September 17, 2013

Is anyone really buying this look for her anymore? Once you wear the vinyl flesh-toned bikini in public, it’s hard to do that pivot toward chic.


Miley Cyrus covers the October 2013 issue of Harper’s Bazaar magazine in Burberry Prorsum photographed by Terry Richardson and styled by Leslie Lessin.

On growing up in the spotlight: “I was an adult when I was supposed to be a kid. So now I’m an adult and I’m acting like a kid.”

On her style: “I feel like every girl is trying to have a beauty shot and prove that they’re ‘fashion.’ But I can be in white leggings and a white sports bra and I’m on a whole other level of shit that those girls don’t even get yet because they don’t know how to do it.”

On her haircut: “It changed everyone else’s life more than it changed mine.”

We don’t deny the truth of that first quote, but we sure wish former child stars would come up with a new riff. That one was old FIFTY years ago.

She’s an obnoxious little thang, isn’t she? Not that it’s unexpected.

Saint Laurent


And we suppose, given her recent behavior and Terry Richardson’s entire professional output, that we should be a little grateful this didn’t go sleazy. Both dresses look cute on her, but we get the impression they’re the absolute last things she wants to put on at the moment. Little black dresses? For Miss Yeasty Tongue? We don’t think so, Harper’s Bazaar.




[Photo Credit: Terry Richardson for Harper’s Bazaar]

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  • EverybodysStarling

    But her face looks stunning.

    • Anne At Large

      Too bad it seems like they Photoshopped her a whole new jawline. Stunning, yes. Miley? Not as much.

  • Watts

    Miss Yeasty Tongue is my new sign-in name at hotels when I don’t want to be recognized.

    • RussellH88

      Wilma Fingerdoo is also a good option.

      • Adriana_Paula

        Anastasia Beaverhausen: I like to stick with the classics.

        • alyce1213

          Thanks, I haven’t thought of that in awhile.

        • Lucía Gavello

          That one and Regina Phalange.

        • RussellH88

          Anastasia as in Russian royalty. And Beaverhausen as in…where the beaver live.

      • RidgewayGirl

        I use Candida Albicans.

    • Inspector_Gidget

      I THOUGHT that was you!

    • mightbewrong

      hahahaa I should not read TLo in a quiet library.

  • Kate Andrews

    Oh god, the dreamcatcher tattoo. Jesus, spare us all.

    • RussellH88

      It’s nice to know that she stores her dreams in her armpit.

    • kimmeister

      More like sweatcatcher.

    • Beardslee

      This is exactly why I tell my 17 year old not to get a tattoo the minute she turns 18 and is an ‘adult.’

      • Heather

        Indeed, as with acting in porn, I think 21 rather than 18 should be the required age. Those three years can (might?) make a difference.

        • semirose

          Seriously, I got my first tattoo when I was 18 and even though my artist warned me that most people don’t think their first tattoo through enough and often get it removed I thought whatever and got it anyway. 10 years later I’m looking at cover up and removal options. Which isn’t to say I don’t love my other tattoos but ugh that first one.

          • Beardslee

            I’m telling my daughter about you! The sister of a friend of mine is a tattoo artist and even she says that you should be at least 21 before you get a tattoo.

          • Aurumgirl

            I’m thinking the first tattoo should come at 40. I haven’t got anything against tattoos. I do have a thing against regret, though.

          • Angie Burke Benal

            that’s when I got mine! 40th birthday present to me!

          • foodycatAlicia

            I got my first at 27 and it was still the wrong tattoo! It’s been covered with something lovely though.

          • RidgewayGirl

            Ha! The tattoo I regret is my last tattoo.

    • kaycem

      lmao i shared a similar sentiment before seeing yours — so glad i’m not the only one!

    • Erika Schultze

      You know, I saw the wheel but didn’t look too closely and thought it was a penny-farthing while idly thinking ‘Is she Steampunk now, too?’

    • JasmineAM

      They couldn’t even do body makeup to cover up a tanline?

    • stef lee

      I’m afraid to admit I know this, but I read somewhere that she has Native American heritage and got the tattoo to honor that. All her tattoos actually mean something, which helps me to respect it a bit more, even though I typically find tattoos to be awfully trashy looking.

  • Kimbolina

    That second quote. I rolled my eyes so hard they almost popped out of my head.

    • Sobaika


      I, for one, would like to assure Miley that she’s not on any new level of shit.

      • Violentcello

        Depends on how literally we’re using “shit.”

        • Sobaika

          Just regular old stinky shit.

      • Aurumgirl

        Wait: I’m pretty sure she’s on a new level of shit. Truly.

  • annabelle archer

    “But I can be in white leggings and a white sports bra and I’m on a whole other level of shit that those girls don’t even get yet because they don’t know how to do it.” —– What THE FUCK does that even mean?

    • Deb Oswald

      I think that is where the delusions of grandeur kicked in!

    • Anathema_Device

      I know. My brain is still parsing all her BS.

    • Little_Olive

      Same here!! I keep going back and forth on whether I don’t get it, or it actually is as full of herelf as it comes across.

    • StellaZafella

      “I’m so fashion forward I’m coming up behind myself…” nnnnope.

      • JDreesen

        that explains why her head is up her arse, at least.

    • All_Hail_Great_Satin

      You just don’t get it because it’s on a whole other level of shit.

      • KateShouldBeWorking

        A third-basement level of shit.

      • Nondescript

        Well, what do you expect? This is a girl whose haircut changed other people’s LIVES.

    • Zaftiguana

      She’s so on a whole other level, all wearing two LBDs for Harper’s Bazaar. Cate Blanchett, look out.

    • Rhonda Shore

      “…whole other level of shit…” indeed.

    • Anastasia

      I was so “impressed’ by her interview that I decided to google some of her quotes and found this gem: “I don’t want to be perfect, but I do want to be a role model. My mom always tells me that imperfections equal beauty. All of us are imperfect, [except now I’m on a whole other level of shit that girls don’t even get yet so I’m PERFECT.]”

      • annabelle archer

        Another gem: “There is no girl out there speaking on behalf of the country girls who are turnt up.”

        I just…I can’t…She needs to… No. Just no.

        • Sobaika

          What is turnt up??

          • annabelle archer

            I’m so afraid to find out. I can only assume it’s some sort of ratchet inspired, twerking skills possessing, possibly racially offensive way of describing a young lady (cough) who is into her glam/thug lifestyle.

          • demidaemon

            I’m guessing it means she is on “whole other level of shit.” That is, a lot of drugs that I prefer not to know about.

          • formerlyAnon

            This rather broad, “pick the definition you’d like to impress the audience in question” definition (from urban dictionary, endorsed by one of my 20-ish children):

            “A state of altered consciousness induced by alcohol or narcotics, also being happy and excited and energetic! And/or having fun.”

            ETA: 20-years-old-ish children, not one of my nearly 2 dozen children, the exact number of whom I have forgotten.

    • Dreamwr8tr

      It means the Dreamcatcher tattoo she has under her armpit hasn’t migrated to the front of her clothing. (More appropriation!) Or she figured out how to use GIS for the early nineties.

      Never have I seen an attempt to be sexxay, badass or quirky be so forced. That VMA performance was as sexy as getting a naked Barbie to hump a Footlocker action doll. I don’t get the fuss.

      If anything she’d be driving sales of Miracle Whip and Hanes Her Way (from the videos) — which is not fashiony. Fashiony is the overpriced version of Miracle Whip and Hanes Her Way.

      Miley is no Rihanna, and it shows (because she’s not quite pulling off the ridiculous looks, and she looks like she’s so bored with the couture looks).

    • demidaemon

      I prefer not to think about it. It takes up space in my brain I need for more important things. Like how to teach sentence structure in a remedial English course.

    • MK03

      It means she needs to shut the fuck up.

  • Anathema_Device

    The phrase “Miss Yeasty Tongue” helped channel my rage at those last two quotes into laughter. Thank you.

    She actually looks good here, but man am I OVER her.

  • AnneNotHathaway

    Both pictures are fundamentally the same. It’s like a paper doll with different dress overlays.

    Also “Miss Yeasty Tongue” is 100% the grossest thing I’ve read today (and I just spent an hour reading about Shingles).

    • vahtel

      Right? I was happily enjoying my lunch until I read that line. Thanks a lot, TLo.

  • MartyBellerMask

    She looks really cute though.

  • MilaXX

    ack! Go away!

  • Mazenderan

    The second quote is almost tediously obnoxious.

    She’ll look back on all this one day and wince.

    • kimmeister

      Nah, she’ll think that she was some kind of pioneering game changer.

    • alyce1213

      I predict (if she’s still around) that she’ll be the same little asshole in 20 years, only 20 years older and more desperate. These people don’t wince.

      • annabelle archer

        So, Madonna?

        • Rhonda Shore

          Madonna did everything with a nudge and a wink. That’s sorely lacking here.

          • annabelle archer

            Surely you jest. There were plenty of times where she was dead damn serious.

          • Rhonda Shore

            i guess i want to think of the Madge of yesteryear when she did jest…

          • demidaemon

            In Madonna’s defense, her music was about 100 times more interesting, even when she was being obnoxiously serious.

      • Mazenderan

        It’s the desperation that gets me. Why is she trying so hard? And why is her tongue out all the time?

  • KayEmWhy

    She looks cute here, but make her go away anyway.

  • Kiltdntiltd

    My isn’t she just full of herself.

    • alyce1213

      Understatement of the day.

      • Sarah

        So is “Miley Cyrus Heats Up.” She done heated up already. We need her to cool the frick down already.

  • RussellH88

    She and Terry Richardson are the perfect match. His usual backdrops are as blank as her personality.

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    • Heather

      Yet I hope she didn’t show HIM her tongue.

      Ew, I just grossed myself out….

      • demidaemon

        Thanks for the mental image.

  • Eric Stott

    Given her recent antics, both of them look like bondage wear

  • Nikko Viquiera

    jaskgdjllj fkdhf kh oh sorry, my eyes fell fromm too much rolling, couldn’t see the keyboard.

  • Tanya Wade

    Every time I’ve seen her since the haircut, I can only think one thing. “Susan Powter had a damned baby!” Cliche, I know. But no less so than her anchor, heart and dreamcatcher random tats. And the Lee Press Ons. Don’t want to forget those!

    • Heather

      Ha! The only time I ever wore LPN nails was on Halloween, and they fell off one by one throughout the night.

  • kimmeister

    The cover pose combined with that sleeve is awkward, no? Gives her linebacker shoulders, which she doesn’t have at all.

  • Pennymac

    Oh, Puhleeze. Over her to the millionth power. If I was Harpers Bazaar, I’d have pulled this based on that “yeasty tongued” performance.

    • alyce1213

      That’s what Ann Wintour did for Vogue.

      • Pennymac

        I know, and I applauded from my living room star judging chair!

  • Anne Meek White

    I hardly recognize her without her nasty tongue hanging out…

  • Spicytomato1

    Right. Her haircut changed my life. MIss Yeasty Tongue indeed.

    • conniemd

      Yeah, I thought that was a crazy comment that her comment changed other people’s lives? Say what? Did she mean other young women had their hair cut to imitate her?

  • MsKitty

    Rihanna’s bored expression watching Miss Miley at the VMAs echo my feelings x 1000. The innocent child star turned sexpot shtick has been done to death, and in most cases much better than this.

    Miss Yeasty Tongue

    Okay, I now declare the internets closed for the day. No one will top that.

    • demidaemon

      Rihanna was like, “Girl, you don’t even know what sexy is. I’m sexy being bored. You, however, are not, even with a foam finger up your hoo-ha.”

  • CatherineRhodes

    I wish she’d donate her $100 mill to cancer research and go work with poor children in Appalachia. She might then actually emerge as a human being.

  • willworktomorrow

    I give her a TWERQ.

  • Town

    I like how she congratulates herself for being on a whole ‘nuther fashion level from the other girls, when her fashion sense is ripped off from Rihanna’s.

    • Garcia Loca

      Who in turn, ripped hers off Grace Jones.

      • Rhonda Shore

        everything’s derivative!

  • alyce1213

    She’s right — she really is a whole other level of shit.
    Newsflash: You’re not acting like a child, you’re acting like a nasty ho.

  • teensmom99

    The photoshop skinniness on the cover is scary.

    • Katesymae

      I don’t want to get into bodysnarking, etc. but based on recent Miley photos, I fear it’s not Photoshop. She’s just turned slightly sideways.

      • teensmom99

        I didn’t mean it as a body snark. I know she is thin but the cover is not about her being thin; it’s photoshop. She is turned in a way that is not really humanly possible and that is photoshop–and presents an unrealistic body even for thin people.

        • Katesymae

          Oh, sorry – I didn’t mean that you were bodysnarking; I meant that I was trying not to. You may be right about the Photoshop thing. Certainly, I think that regardless of whether it’s Miley’s body or an altered photo, it sends a difficult message to the majority of women, whose bodies will never be able to look like this.

  • marshmallowjane

    She has a fabulous tiny body. This is why she can rock white leggings and a bra. She is enjoying her body so much that she wants the whole world to see it. She’s narcissistic like Madonna was. Much of the reason for Madonna’s early success is that the camera loved her face and body, and so did she. You can call that art. I call it taking advantage of your own narcissism. I think Miley is beautiful except for when she sticks her tongue out. Then she looks nasty. It’s hard to like someone who is so full of herself but maybe she’ll settle down and become thankful at some point. She looks beautiful on this cover.

    • Joanna

      See, I read her differently – I think she is desperately insecure. Insecure about her own talent, insecure about how she is perceived by the world. I think she is doing what she believes will make her feel talented and noticed, not understanding how terribly misguided her efforts are. When I was 20, I did similarly stupid things, despite the efforts of adults in my life to guide me in another direction. Thankfully, the paparazzi and the rest of America weren’t interested in me.

      • RebeccaKW

        I kind of see her that way, too. She had some songs that weren’t super popular much beyond her Hannah Montana fans. So that didn’t bring her fame. I didn’t see that Nicholas Sparks movie, but I read the Fug Girls review, and it seemed pretty bad. So that didn’t bring her fame. So then she switched to…this. And honestly, I’m fine with the hair and the skimpy clothes. But I don’t see it as anything more than a plea for attention. “I want to be famous. Rihanna and Gaga dress skimpy and they are famous. So I’ll dress the same way and I’ll become famous.”

        ETA: If she thinks white leggings and a sports bra is fashion forward, she’s clearly in need of Stacy and Clinton paying her a visit.

        • random_poster

          And she is now infamous. What I’m most curious to see is if she can actually turn it in her favor.

          • RebeccaKW

            Infamous, yes. When your actions become an interview question on the Miss America pageant, you have taken a wrong turn.

        • Beardslee

          I just finished a great book by Peggy Orenstein called “Cinderella Ate My Daughter” that talks about the princessy stuff of preschoolers that morphs into highly sexualized attire and posturing all too soon. She talks about how girls “perform desire” and perform their sexuality without, in fact, necessarily desiring or feeling sexual irrespective of who or what they are performing for. Miley Cyrus is a great illustration of her point. Such a shame.

          • formerlyAnon

            And I’d say Cyrus’ recent performances are great examples because (caveat, I haven’t seen her very latest video yet) she performs all sorts of would-be sexually appealing/evocative moves that come off looking clunky and awkward because no actual sensuality is present.

          • RebeccaKW

            I’ll have to look for that book, thanks.

    • marshmallowjane

      You may be right. There was a time in my life in my early twenties when I thought I was hot stuff. I flaunted myself a bit. I was built a bit like she is, but not perfect. I thought I was a solid 9+. Anyway, that kind of confidence is a bit shallow. But it’s fun and it feels good, becoming a sexual person and thinking people are looking. It’s easy to think you know more than you do when people are looking. I can’t imagine making the mistakes of youth in front of a camera. She may be acting act because of her recent breakup. Bad behavior gets attention these days.

      • Imasewsure

        Insecurities or narcissism aside… she’s a brand and she’s getting rich off of all of this fame-whoring and gyrating. At least she’ll have some cool clothes to take with her when she retires (ideally very very early please!).

  • seelebrennt

    i CANNOT with this one. i’ve never been able to stand her and she’s just getting more insufferable every day, though i never would have thought that possible.

  • lrhg

    She’s not even trying not to be obnoxious is she?

    “But I can be in white leggings and a white sports bra and I’m on a whole other level of shit that those girls don’t even get yet because they don’t know how to do it.”

    No dear you THINK you’re on a whole other level. Someone like Iman is on a whole other level, a level you can’t even comprehend. Meanwhile the rest of us just have to suffer through your shit.

    • muelonil

      Oooh wouldn’t that be awesome to see some sort of intervention for Miley where Iman came in and schooled her?

      • demidaemon

        I fear the only possible intervention involves locking her up for ten years until she grows out of it (hopefully).

  • Sue_Asponte

    I’m having a weirdly opposite reaction. The more shit I see thrown at her, the more I kinda like her. She’s a kid, enjoying her body and acting out a bit. Good for her. And she’s rocking it. She looks fantastic here. She even looked great in her flesh-toned plastic bikini. (Robin Thicke looked sleazy though.) And she looks focused, happy and healthy — not strung out or starved or manipulated. I think I’m pro-Miley. You go girl.

    • random_poster

      I’m having a similar reaction. I’m not completely on board, but I’m not repulsed by her either. She may do best for herself if she kicks into tongue-in-cheek mode.

      • Denise Plank

        At least then, she’d put her tongue back in her mouth.

        • Sarah


    • Kate4queen

      LOL I agree, she’s 20, I’ve had kids that age and they really think they are invulnerable and rule the world.

  • Katesymae

    That second quote is especially rich coming from someone whose every move since ditching Disney has been designed to show she can do high fashion (when she wants to).

  • Victor Beiramar Diniz

    given the look and now, especially, the delusional quotes, I am more than ever convinced that Miley is Bieber is Miley (in drag)…

  • Sonja Brisson

    Why is Miley in Harper’s Bazaar at all? She is NOT fashion. Same stupidity as putting Kim Kardashian, who is truly, really, deeply not a fashion maven — in Vogue a while back.

    • Garcia Loca

      KK was in Vogue? I doubt that, seeing as Ms. Wintour’s head has not exploded.

      • Sonja Brisson

        Yes, she was. I threw it away.

    • RebeccaKW

      Apparently, she is fashion, but on a whole other level of shit!

      • Sonja Brisson

        I don’t understand why the tacky/Forever 21 is now considered fashion. Take Madonna, for instance. She can buy or wear anything, and she wears…crap. It’s very depressing. If she made herself elegant, now THAT would be news. Instead of retreading her looks from the 80s. Tsk tsk.

        • RebeccaKW

          Remember Madona’s knee high panty hose worn with granny panties? Thank god that didn’t stick.

          • Sonja Brisson

            Indeed I do. But it hurts my mind’s eye!

            There is one thing to have an iconic look that works vs. stuck-in-your-youth and don’t have a mirror. It’s the Michael Jackson syndrome — who could tell him what looked good? When you are at that level of fame, no one can tell you anything.

            Like my dear Cher — love her, but wow, misguided about the surgeries. And a lot of the clothes.

          • RebeccaKW

            I think that’s part of Miley’s problem. Not that she has that level of fame, but she’s so misguided about her style. If you tell her that white leggings and a sports bra is not only not fashionable, it’s not actually clothes, she’d just say your were jealous of her fashion sense.

  • stephkornblum

    She is so lame.

  • formerlyAnon

    Honestly. The things these celebs who, by necessity, live in their own little bubbles say should be censored for their own good. (See also, Gaga interview quoted yesterday.)

    I think she looks great. Full stop.

  • boweryboy

    But Terry Richardson did direct her sleazy Wrecking Ball video. So I guess this cancels out the other?

    • demidaemon

      I’m not sure it can cancel it out. he needs to do about 500 more stripped down, chic dresses shoots to cancel out his ooze of sleaze.

  • Inspector_Gidget

    I still can’t sign on with going out of the way to show tattoos with a formal dress. I am NOT anti-tattoo, but there’s a time and place. Especially going out of the way to expose them in non-visible places… ugh. Having cake and trying to eat it, too. They’re basically accessories, and there’s no accessory that you can wear with every single look, right?

    That, and she’s crazy and trashy. Maybe if she had some class she could pull it off.

  • Zaftiguana

    God, that’s some horrendous photoshopping on her body proportions in both shots. If my first response to a photo is “But where does he put her kidneys?,” instead of “I must buy that magazine,” or “Where do I get that dress/lipstick/jewelry/dye job,” we may have gone a little far, Harper’s Bazaar.

  • LaSylphide

    My, my we are full of ourselves, aren’t we?

    • Shawn EH

      She’s completely unable to hear herself. The SNL parody got that right from the start. Vanessa Bayer just didn’t see all the twerking to come.

  • kaycem

    oh god, she has a dream catcher tattoo. *rolls eyes*

    • rage_on_the_page

      Sounds about right. At least it’s not on her calf.

    • Erica_Vuitton

      She is part Cherokee and the tattoo represents her family’s heritage.

      • Heather

        Oh gag. I am also part Cherokee (probably more ‘part’ than either Miley or most who claim to be), and I don’t have a freaking dreamcatcher tattoo. Dreamcatchers aren’t even Cherokee.

      • kaycem

        she’s about as cherokee as my left tit — and has been quoted as saying “god, i’m not THAT cherokee!” … she’s as cherokee as all the other culturally appropriating white girls who have dream catcher tattoos and think it’s cute to pretend a heritage that isn’t theirs to lay claim to. furthermore, dream catchers originally come from the ojibwe tribe (so how’s she “celebrating her ‘heritage'” again) and are widely set aside by native americans bc they’ve been so wholly co-opted by white people.

        don’t come for me unless you know what the fuck you’re talking about, k? *blows kisses*

        • Erica_Vuitton

          It’s called Google. “The tradition of the dream catcher spread to other nations, such as the Cherokee and the Lakota. Each had their own variation on the legend and their own unique designs. Cherokee dream-catchers have a more elaborate design, and the importance of numerology is represented by the interlocking circles. These later dream catchers would often have many beads and feathers adorning them, and were as wide as six-twelve inches across.”

          No one is “coming at you” calm down. Keep your kisses to yourself.

  • rage_on_the_page

    Dead behind the eyes as well.

  • Jacquelyn

    Wow. The interview. Get a grip, Miley.

  • Sara Brams-Miller

    Little miss Yeasty. LMAO! I’m hysterical right now.

  •!/Space_Kitty Space Kitty

    Miss Yeasty Tongue?

    *gasps, dies*

  • HVM

    Wow, she just had to snatch the insufferable crown right off Gaga’s head. Shut up Miley.

  • valerie747

    Does anyone care to venture a guess as to when this photo shoot was taken? Pre VMA awards, no doubt. I wonder what the demographic is who buys Harper’s Bazaar these days?

    • valerie747

      Interesting from Wiki: “Harper’s Bazaar is an American women’s fashion magazine, first published in 1867. Harper’s Bazaar is published by Hearst and, as a magazine, considers itself to be the style resource for “women who are the first to buy the best, from casual to couture. Aimed at members of the upper-middle and upper classes, Bazaar assembles photographers, artists, designers and writers to deliver a “sophisticated” perspective into the world of fashion, beauty and popular culture on a monthly basis.”


  • mozzer0906

    “I feel like every girl is trying to have a
    beauty shot and prove that they’re ‘fashion.’ But I can be in white
    leggings and a white sports bra and I’m on a whole other level of shit
    that those girls don’t even get yet because they don’t know how to do
    it.” Bitch please, if “don’t know how to do it” means looking like trailer trash in every public opportunity, I’m happy to not know how to do it.

  • jjtxgrrl

    Ohhhh YAWN. I say don’t even feature Lil’ miss tacky attention whore anymore. Please??

    How about we boycott attention to the tack thirsty ones.

    And here I am looking and commenting…. But I’m making a suggestion.

  • A Shiny O’Connor

    Isn’t there a white leggings and crop top shot? Not chic and not safe for werk.

  • Erica_Vuitton

    Love her in these two shots. (I thought there were some on location shots too…) Clearly they were doing something different from her personal style. She could use some posing lessons for sure though.
    The second quote should read “On her style for the We Can’t Stop video:” because that’s the context of her answer.

  • YourBaloneyDontGotNoSecondName

    Terry Richardson makes Miley Cyrus look chic, poised, and elegant. This is possibly the most perverted act of his career.

  • snarkykitten

    Why is anyone paying attention to her anymore?

  • Trickytrisha

    Her quotes are vapid and insulting – yeah, her haircut just changed my life soooo much. She’s so irrelevant now. The pics are good but I’m hopeful that they’re the last we have to endure of her.

  • judybrowni

    Well, at least her internal organs haven’t been Photoshopped away in the second dress.

  • cocohall

    They seem to have photo shopped Rosie Huntington Whitely’s face in for Miley’s. Which is sad, as Miley is cute enough on her own. All of it makes me sad. This is yet another incarnation of Lindsay Lohan, Britney Spears, Christina Aquilerra, Demi Lovato, or take your pick of young girls that found fame and then floundered spectacularly when it came time to transition to adulthood. It is the cruelty of youth that they don’t see it coming for themselves, even though the examples are recent and abundant. I hope she makes it to the other side of this with a shred of dignity and self regard. As so many others have remarked, we all made stupid mistakes at this age, but were spared doing it in the glare of fame and 24/7 media attention. I have twin 15 year old daughters and every day is a prayer that they will value themselves enough not to resort to “ho-style” and desperate behavior to garner attention.

  • macwell

    In the lifetime of this ‘fashion’ of which she speaks – she is insignificant. Now – why do I smell mother’s milk right about now? Oh yeah – it’s coming from her ‘too young for her bravado’ words…..Do better Miley. -_-

  • Scoop

    I. Just. Can’t. Anymore with the tattoos! Ugh. I cannot wait for whenever the backlash starts and the way the next generation rebels is by NOT inking themselves to death.

  • clairellis

    Please god let her be done soon. I’m so over her. Also, same pose different boring outfit. If you’re gonna do Miley at least have the decency to put her in something worth looking at.

  • clairellis

    Also second quote-um, Miley, dear, you copied RiRi so don’t pretend that what you got going on is a whole new level of shit. You ain’t nothing but a photo copy.

  • Catherine Kronenwetter

    It’s really a terrible angle for the second dress. The keyhole to underboob isn’t attractive.

  • ShaoLinKitten

    When she says she is on a whole other level of shit, she is totally correct.

  • MissusBee

    Professional troll.

  • Steven Elliott

    Terry Richardson needs to crawl into a deep, dark hole and never emerge in the world of fashion photography ever again. The man is trash.

  • marlie

    At least Terry Richardson didn’t photograph her fellating something.

  • ellisd123

    “But I can be in white leggings and a white sports bra and I’m on a whole other level of shit that those girls don’t even get yet because they don’t know how to do it.” Please stop.

    That said, she does look quite polished and pretty in these photos.

  • amanda lynn

    Little Miss Yeasty Tongue. I love it.

  • guest2visits

    Did she really say she was schooling everyone on how to wear a sports bra and white hose….?
    There must be a special way to style exceptionally trashy that most people just can not get right.
    The cover dress looks like it belongs on someone else – but I like the second one. Her make-up recently has been a big improvement.

  • mightbewrong

    “I was an adult when I was supposed to be a kid. So now I’m an adult and I’m acting like a kid.”

    I…has she even seen a kid before or is she just guessing?