I know that I haven’t been on here in awhile but, there’s something that I have to address.
I’m so tired of people saying that Miley Cyrus is the next Britney Spears. Even so, Britney Spears is just another person that made a few mistakes that people publicized (how would you feel if all of your mistakes were publicized?), she’s human! Let’s just get right down to it. It’s not my usual thing to post about celebrities but, this is something that I feel I’ve got to do in order to give people some perspective. Everybody knows how Miley Cyrus has been in the news recently for MORE pictures but what they think is even worse than that is those infamous Vanity Fair photos that have everyone talking. Anyways, there are more important things to think about than pictures that Miley Cyrus is taking, that are remarkably like pictures that just abouut every-other teen in America takes and puts on Myspace, I mean isn’t that what all of the hub bub is really about? The fact that she’s a role model for young girls everywhere? Well, maybe she is but, I think that parents should be more concerned with what their children are doing and what other influences they have in their lives rather than being concerned with what they see on tv. What is more upsetting is that all of these adults are judging her and her parents (like their kids haven’t made any mistakes or like they as parents have never made mistakes) and yet I still haven’t heard any kids complain, I mean she was fully clothed and even though it was “suggestive” what isn’t? Atleast she did it for a magazine and not just because she wanted to take a picture of herself with barely any clothes on and as to this being a plot to sell magazines I don’t really have anything to say because as a magazine freak and collector I see this magazine all the time and I think seriously about buying it but I never do and when I heard about the picture I knew I just had to have it. I, of course, buy into these things all the time and I don’t care what anybody says these photos are going to go down in history as just one of those things that happens when child stars are ready to grow up and people won’t let them (like Britney Spear’s Rollingstone photos and Christina Aguilera’s Moulin Rouge days). Let’s just say that I’m going to buy the magazine even though I’ve always thought of it as an old lady magazine (even though I’ve never actually opened it up) but, it could end up being something that I spend my magazine money on. Who knows. People just need to be more honest and stop idolizing and letting their kids idolize people just becasue their on tv,and in the words of Miley Cyrus “Nobody’s Perfect” (actually paying attention to the lyrics of the songs and not just who’s singing them might be helpful). That’s all I’ve got to say about that. I just love the perfect world we live in and the perfect people that live in it…………..whatever.