While pundits and artists alike have lined up to take pot shots at the young pop heroine, none less than the biggest rock star in the world has stood up and defended Cyrus’ right to twerk to her heart’s desire.
Now, Cyrus seems to have raised the ire of Eurythmics’ Annie Lennox, who took to her Facebook over the weekend (October 5) to post her own open letter regarding young females in the music industry, though she made a point not to name any names.
Last night at his annual pre-GRAMMY party, Clive Davis honored his friend, Whitney Houston. The music exec, whose new book about his career, The Soundtrack of My Life, comes out February 19, played a rarely […]
Earlier this morning [lastfm]Posion[/lastfm] frontman [lastfm]Bret Michaels[/lastfm] teamed up with Disney teen star [lastfm]Miley Cyrus[/lastfm] for a live duet performance of the rock band’s hit, ’80s single “Every Rose Has Its Thorn” on Good Morning […]