We are in for one hell of a night, y’all! Miley Cyrus kicked off her hosting duties at the Video Music Awards with a hilarious sketch– and she totally dissed her ex Patrick Schwarzenegger!
We knew Miley Cyrus, 22, would be a wild host and boy we were right! At the Video Music Awards on Aug. 30, Ms. Cyrus opened the show with a sketch, taking us behind the process of how she creates her crazy Instagram posts! Miley confessed that she took time off this year to focus on her “true love: Instagram,” which, we have to say, seems like a major insult to her ex boyfriend Patrick Schwarzenegger!
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Turns out, Miley gets some social media help from none other than Andy Samberg and Ike Barinhojltz! The two advised Miley on how to make the most out of her Instagram presence, directing her on everything from the proper way to eat corn to how to rock a sparkly eye patch to max out your likes.
The entire skit was freaking hilarious– but we almost were too preoccupied with that Patrick shade to even laugh! The couple broke up earlier this year, and while it was a heartbreaking split, it looks like Miley is very happy with her new lover, Insta!
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Prior to the awards show even taking place, Miley was providing no lack of entertainment. Specifically, she was providing some shade! First thing’s first, she completely blasted nominee Nicki Minaj for the outburst she pulled when the nominees were first announced.
Speaking to the New York Times, Miley said, “You know what I always say? Not that this is jealousy, but jealousy does the opposite of what you want it to—that’s a yoga mantra. People forget that the choices that they make and how they treat people in life affect you in a really big way. If you do things with an open heart and you come at things with love, you would be heard and I would respect your statement. But I don’t respect your statement because of the anger that came with it.”
What did you guys think of Miley’s opener? Love or loathe?
— Casey Mink