While bands have declined entrance to the Rock Hall of Fame and British artists have snubbed knighthood, only a handful had have the guts to walk onstage and make a political statement.
Miley Cyrus wants us to look past Jesse Helt’s checkered history, and look towards ending youth homelessness.
While the homeless teen made quite an impact on this year’s MTV gala, his heightened profile has brought lingering legal issues to light.
Last night at the MTV Video Music Awards, Miley Cyrus had her version of a Marlon Brando moment.
Miley Cyrus swore it couldn’t be done, but it seems she has actually been stopped.
Miley Cyrus won’t stop—she can’t stop—just being Miley. But some parents are not okay with the tongue wagging and the twerking and the inflatable hot dog riding.
For “Come Get It Bae,” we get a message from the women’s movement: the personal is political.
Miley Cyrus decided it would be a wonderful idea to let the girls free as she was on a recent trip to the desert.
If there is ever a place to destroy music from 2 of the most controversial artists of a generation, it would be at a minor league baseball game.
Any fan who shows up donating a Justin Bieber or Miley Cyrus album get $1 admission; the Bieber and Cyrus swag will be demolished after the game.