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ENTERTAINMENT
February 6, 2014 | By Mikael Wood
It's been a whole week since MTV premiered Miley Cyrus' much-hyped installment in its "Unplugged" series, which means the time clearly has come for bonus content. The network doled some out early Thursday in the form of "Miley Cyrus: MTV Unplugged & Uncensored," an online version of the special that it says drew 1 million television viewers on Jan. 29, the highest rating for an episode of "Unplugged" in a decade. On the broadcast , Cyrus complemented country-fied versions of tunes from her 2013 album "Bangerz" -- including a take on "We Can't Stop" featuring Madonna -- with a boot-scooting rendition of Dolly Parton's "Jolene.
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NEWS
February 5, 2014 | By Susan Denley
Miley Cyrus plans to wear clothes by L.A. designer Brian Lichtenberg on her Bangerz tour, sources tell the New York Post. Lichtenberg is known for his drug-oriented and other cheeky pieces, such as garments with logos that play on well-established labels, as in the photo above. The tour is slated to begin Feb. 14. [New York Post] New York Fashion Week is getting underway. Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic Booth Moore writes about what to expect. [Los Angeles Times] Activist and former model Bethann Hardison, whose Diversity Coalition has focused a spotlight on the dearth of diversity among models walking high-fashion runways, says things improved a bit on catwalks last fall, citing Narciso Rodriguez, the Row and Calvin Klein as labels that did well.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 31, 2014 | By Mikael Wood
In spite of the song's title, Pop & Hiss has found it pretty easy to forget Shakira's irritating duet with Rihanna, which after premiering two weeks ago has already dropped to No. 61 on the current Hot 100. But as the fruit of a much-hyped superstar collaboration, "Can't Remember to Forget You" can hardly be left to die on the vine -- especially since the song is supposed to establish some buzz ahead of the March 25 release of Shakira's new album,...
ENTERTAINMENT
January 31, 2014 | By Christie D'Zurilla
Miley Cyrus has been 21 for all of two months now, give or take, but she's already something of a senior statesman, apparently giving advice to a pal, 19-year-old Justin Bieber. "I would just say, you know what, you've got a lot of money. Pay people to make sure you don't get in trouble," she sagely told Jay Leno on Thursday's "The Tonight Show. " "And party at your house. Buy a house, and add a club to it. " From what the neighbors have said, we think he's already following through on the second part, with lousy results, but the first part sounds pretty common sense.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 30, 2014 | By Mikael Wood
For close to eight months now -- since she released the music video for her song “We Can't Stop” -- Miley Cyrus has had a look in her eyes that's proved nearly as transfixing as the other body parts she's put on public view. It's a mixture of determination and desperation, a raw visual expression of how brazenly the former Disney Channel star has remade herself in a hip-hop image but also, it seems, of a creeping fear that her license to appropriate may be revoked at any moment.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 26, 2014 | By Mikael Wood
“Each name lives up to the adjective he or she deserves.” That's the back-slapping tautology Clive Davis used to introduce some of the A-list entertainers who'd gathered for the record mogul's annual pre-Grammy Awards gala Saturday. The bash at the Beverly Hilton Hotel is known for its high-wattage performances -- this year's acts included Lionel Richie, Miley Cyrus, R. Kelly, Imagine Dragons, Fantasia and Pharrell Williams -- and for its equally sparkly guest list. On Saturday night, Taylor Swift, Jane Fonda, Rod Stewart, Joni Mitchell, Rihanna and the members of Metallica were in the audience, along with many of the producers and executives who seem to take turns receiving the Recording Academy honor that serves as the evening's ostensible focus.
NEWS
January 11, 2014 | By Kari Howard
My favorite album cover is the one for Miles Davis' wonderful “Porgy and Bess.”   I love so many things about the photo on the cover: the man's white shirt, the woman's knee, how it's cropped to show just their midsections, how Davis (and surely it is he) is slouching in his chair. But what I love most is the woman's hand touching the trumpet. Is she handing it to him, or trying to take it away? I tend to think she wants him to put it down and just talk to her, for once.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 10, 2014 | By Mikael Wood
There's really no question: When it comes to pop songs about spherical implements of destruction, Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball" beats Lea Michele's "Cannonball" in every way, not least in the matter of each song's central metaphor. "I came in like a wrecking ball / I never hit so hard in love," Cyrus sings , "All I wanted was to break your walls / All you ever did was wreck me. " That's good writing -- concise, emotional, easy to visualize. Then there's Michele, who sings, "Now I will start living today / Today I close the door / I got this new beginning, and I will fly like a cannonball.
NEWS
January 9, 2014 | By Adam Tschorn
Although the Internet's been burning up since Wednesday afternoon about Miley Cyrus as the face of the spring-summer 2014 Marc Jacobs advertising campaign (which we noted in Thursday morning's fashion news roundup ), our efforts to get an image from the campaign were thwarted. (At least one we had permission to republish.) Until Thursday morning, that is, when Marc Jacobs sent along the above photo, shot by David Sims, which depicts a pouty Cyrus gazing (glowering?) into the camera as she sits on a cloudy beach wearing a pair of what appear to be burgundy shorts with a black floral embroidery design and a blue officer's jacket with black beaded details.
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