…what are you doing? A couple of weeks ago, it was that provocative performance on “Idol Gives Back”, last week it was some leaked photos on the Internet, and now a Vanity Fair photo shoot. You don’t have to get skanky to make the headlines, dear. Your fans love you no matter what…although the parents of your younger fans may ban you from their houses.
Miley, here are some things you must keep in mind since you are a role model for girls and ‘tweens everywhere.
You are 15. You can’t legally drive in most states, drink, or vote. There’s a certain freedom in being 15–giggling about boys, shopping with friends, and learning about life. Don’t miss the beauty of being young by growing up too fast. It’s something not even your millions of dollars can buy back.
Enough with the trashy photos! Don’t allow yourself to be in compromising situations and if you are don’t let your friends take pictures. And photos where it appears like you and your dad are just a little too close (see below) are never a good idea…
Is this an innocent or gross photo? It makes me uncomfortable. I’m not the only one who thinks it’s creepy either, so do Howard Stern and the ladies of “The View” (article).
Even if it’s supposedly stylish photography, holding a sheet over your cleavage is usually not tasteful art, especially when the subject is 15 (see below).
This just makes me cringe. Both pics are fodder for the minds of child sexual predators.
Now, Miley, really? Weren’t you a little suspicious when you were asked to bear this much skin? Have you ever see a copy of Vanity Fair? I doubt you are as innocent as you say, but I think you are innocent enough. I can understand the naughty photos, but the sexual dancing and the Vanity Fair photos? It seems like everyone is willing to make a buck off of you, yet who is willing to protect you?