Parents are flooding Miley Cyrus’ management team with requests her tour be cancelled after their children were exposed to her sexy ‘Bangerz’ tour outfits, dance moves, and sexual innuendos. But are Miley and her team really to blame?
Miley Cyrus has not been shy about her risque transformation into adulthood. From going nude in music videos to bumping and grinding with Robin Thicke at the 2013 Video Music Awards, you would have to have been living under a rock not to notice that the goodie two shoes Disney princess Hannah Montana is long gone now. So why are parents still buying tickets for young children to see her in concert — and then complaining about it?
Parents Of Miley Cyrus Fans Should Know Better
Miley, now 21, has shown absolutely no remorse for her crazy behavior, nudity, drug use, and scandalous public performances over the past year. So, did you really think she was suddenly going to start wearing turtle necks and clean up her act before taking it on the road? Of course not. If anything, Miley is using her own tour as an opportunity to really go all out with her wild antics. Why? Because it’s HER show. Chances are that if you were not thrilled about your little Hannah Montana fans being exposed to Miley twerking on MTV, going nude in her “Wrecking Ball” music video, or wearing a ‘nipple dress’ for the iHeartRadio Music Festival, then you definitely do not want them exposed to her “Bangerz” tour antics.
It’s Time To Accept That Hannah Montana Is Not Coming Back
It was a liberating day for Miley Stewart, the lead character on Hannah Montana, when she decided to quit being famous and surprise her BFF Lilly by joining her for some real-life experiences at Stanford University. Thankfully, the world still had a glimpse of Hannah in international pop star and actress, Miley Cyrus — or so we thought. In Oct. 2013 Miley took the stage at Saturday Night Live to declare that Hannah Montana was dead by saying, “I’m not gonna do Hannah Montana, but I can give you an update on what she’s been up to: She’s been murdered.”
No one ever likes to hear that a loved one has passed, especially if they are a victim of homicide, but I think it’s time for parents everywhere to accept the truth — Hannah Montana is dead. She’s not coming back. And if you don’t want your children to be influenced by her pot smoking, twerking replacement then I can assure you that trying to get her tour cancelled is not the way to do it. Instead, save yourself a few hundred bucks and don’t buy your kids tickets to see her live in concert.
If your underage kids are still begging you for tickets to see Miley on the “Bangerz” tour, here’s my suggestion: Invite all of their friends over and pop in the Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert DVD.
— Lauren Cox