[See Photos] Text Size By charmaine corne clutton | September 18, 2013 2:03 PM EST Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have already split. Their year-long engagement that was took place during their four year relationship is dunzo, and Liam is already out and about with a new mystery woman. Well, maybe not mystery woman as she is known as Eiza Gonzalez, a Mexican actress. tumblr Liam and Miley, Chris Brown and Rihanna Hemsworth was seen in Las Vegas watching the fight of Mayweather-Canelo where he was later spotted with the Latina and right on timing, they day before Miley Cyrus unfollowed her ex-fiance on Twitter . He returned the favor the next day. So, why the sudden rush to get a new girl Liam? According to the reactions of fans, there must be more than what the media knows. According to some, the Miley-Liam relationship was on the rocks since Miley cut her hair short. Others say they were already over during the “Paranoia” premiere. Most accounted for their appearances and said that they looked like strangers forced to act like they were together. So, if these rumors are true, which they are due to the fact that Liam and Miley are rarely seen together but Liam has been out and about partying and having fun when he could be with his fiancee. Must Read ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Movie: Charlie Hunnam Defends Himself and Dakota Johnson Against Angry Fans [PHOTOS] Sponsorship Link The fact that he had moved on to another girl right after the announcement that he and Miley hit splitsville just means that they were not together even before Miley’s VMA performance. Now, fans are saying that Miley is pulling a Rihanna. Remember the whole Rihanna-Chris Brown thing when Rihanna turned into “badgirlriri” after she and Chris Brown had problems and were forced to split? Well, many think that part of Miley’s raunchy behavior is because of what has happened between her and Liam, and well the other half all about growing up—what do you think about these theories?
Miley Cyrus Covers Harper’s Bazaar Over Vogue: “I’m An Adult And I’m Acting Like A Kid” [PHOTOS/VIDEOS]
And her weapon of mass twerkstruction was a wrecking ball. Literally. Grand Valley Statue University in Allendale, Mich., boats a pendulum statue comprised of a 42-inch steel ball hanging on a 50-foot cable (it even has its own Twitter account ). Or at least GSVU used to have the wre-eh-eh-cking ball, before students used it to recreate Miley’s “Wrecking Ball” music video. NEWS:Miley Cyrus “doing good” after split from Liam Hemsworth Total Frat Move reports, “After several naked Vines imitating Miley Cyrus, Grand Valley State University has taken down the pendulum structure better known as the GV Wrecking Ball, a campus landmark that had been up for years.” But Miley may not befullyto blame. It seems students were riding the ball long before she rode hers. It “established a tradition for incoming freshmen (the majority of GV students have ridden the ball at least once),” TFM notes. Though before Miley released her ode to the state, the bros probably weren’t naked. ? Seth Rice (@seth_rice) September 17, 2013 Grand Valley head of facilities Tim Thimmesh told local Fox 17 that the pendulum was removed for “safety reasons” and before the school would consider putting it back, it will be assessed for the “integrity of the installation.” (Spoiler alert, Timbo: That installation has no shame or integrity.) “They took me down…” the GVSU Wrecking Ball tweeted. “Bye friends #Crying ” But Grand Valley students aren’t giving up without a fight. While a twerk-in (like a sit in, but no one stops twerking till they get what they want) has yet to be proposed, #REINSTALLTHEBALL is quickly gaining traction on Twitter. Others are happy to point a finger at Miley Cyrus: “@MileyCyrus should come to Grand Valley to do a free concert for indirectly taking our @GVSUWreckingBal away,” one GVSU student demanded . “#apologize #or #concert.” Maybe you should have thought about that before you got your big ball taken away, Grand Valley.
We still can’t say for certain if queen of twerk and obscene off the cover of Vogue, but it seems the singer has found a substitute. Miley Cyrus covers the October issue of Harper’s Bazaar. Miley Cyrus’s racy performance at MTV Video Music Awards has cost her the coveted cover slot on American Vogue. Cyrus was photographed for the December issue as Editor-in-chief Anna Wintour had been eager to champion her as a new fashion icon. But Wintour soon changed her mind after watching the singer perform her blatantly sexual habit in latex bra and knickers at VMA 2013. “Anna found the whole thing distasteful,’ a source says. ‘She decided, based on Miley’s performance, to take the cover in a different direction.” according to www. dailymail.co.uk On the other hand, Miley Cyrus looks very grown up on the new cover of Harper Bazaar. Shot by “Wrecking Ball” music video director Terry Richardson, It might recall us about Richardson and Cyrus collaboration for the singer’s couture photo shoot for Harper’s back in August. The Harper’s Bazaar cover focuses on refined aestheticism rather than with Miley’s much hyped “Wrecking Ball” single. You might recall that Richardson and Cyrus have teamed up under Harper’s before, for the singer’s couture photo shoot back in August. This cover is a far cry from Miley’s first one for Bazaar, back in 2010 in her accompanying interview with Derek Blasberg Cyrus revealed that she’s now into Fashion with a capital F: “I feel like every girl is trying to have a beauty shot and prove that they’re ‘fashion.’ But I can be in white leggings and a white sports bra and I’m on a whole other level of sh*t that those girls don’t even get yet because they don’t know how to do it.” Miley Cyrus photographed by Peter Lindbergh for February 2010 Harpers BAZAAR US To demonstrate that she has got Fashion under control, Cyrus told Blasberg that she brought her own an enormous gym bag containing “over-the-top astonishing accessories including: Chanel Logo Suspenders Shiny Gold Chains When Blasberg asked ” Why so much baggage? “What if I get to a photo shoot and the stylist just sucks?” Miley replied to Blasberg.
Miley Cyrus Halloween costumes identify ‘easiest’ girls for sex: survey
By Victoria Taylor / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Tuesday, September 17, 2013, 4:19 PM Comment Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for MTV People are still talking about Miley Cyrus’ twerk-filled performance at the VMAs, so it’s no surprise 84% of single men said they’d bet on getting with a girl dressed as the singer this Halloween. Guys looking to get lucky on Halloween think they have the best shot with girls just being Miley. Online dating site WhatsYourPrice.com asked more than 7,300 single men ages 27-39 what costumes they think the “easiest” women will be wearing this Halloween, and a whopping 84% said they would bank on going home with someone dressed as Miley Cyrus . PHOTOS: CHILD STAR MELTDOWNS St. Clair / Splash News/St. Clair / Splash News About two-thirds of the single men surveyed by WhatsYourPrice.com said they think women dressed as troubled actress Amanda Bynes will be easy and willing on Halloween. “She is clearly exhausting all means to shed her Disney princess image and be taken seriously as an ‘adult’ entertainer. But in the process, she is also shedding her morals, and a few layers of clothes,” Brandon Wade, founder & CEO of WhatsYourPrice.com, said in a news release. Believe it or not, 73% of the men surveyed said they think dressing as a member of the “Duck Dynasty” clan is a sign of promiscuity. Some 66% of participants said they think a partygoer emulating troubled former child star Amanda Bynes would be easy to get out of their costumes. PHOTOS: MILEY CYRUS’ MOST ATTENTION-SEEKING MOMENTS AETN/Jim Fiscus Guys think they have a pretty good shot getting with ladies wearing a Duck Dynasty costume this Halloween. On the other hand, only 2% of the guys said they thought girls dressed as zombies or monsters would be “willing” to come home with them Halloween night. Women dressed as non-Miley Disney characters were also seen as some of the least “willing.” “Fan girls, whether it’s the Walking Dead or Disney in general, have deep attachments to the characters of their favorite series or show,” Wade said. “When they choose to portray a character they share a connection with as oppose to a passing fad, they are more likely to adopt some of that character’s characteristics on Halloween. Which also could lead them to choose to hold themselves to a higher standard than their more scantily clad peers.”