When she discovered latex it was the beginning of the end. This is the picture of the young teen Miley Ray Cyrus, once known as Hannah Montana. She has never been so distant from that innocent image. It’s the sunset of an era and the starting point of a new one. One of the most discussed musical video ever is the one of Wrecking Ball, latest song by Miley Cyrus.
Miley is a pop star to love or to have. Whatever is your choice, this time se come with a song probably weaker than the first single but, due to the video, more viral than ever. Despite all of those who says that Miley is “unsexy”, “just twerking and stop” and like a “plaster”, at the end we need to plause the song and, most importantly, Terry Richardson (the author of the clip) which shows once again to the world his ability to create great art works.
Naked, in tears and with blue eyes, Miley seems to go over the edge and start a new “era” of musical video. This is not the first video in which the young star is provocative but maybe this is the most provocative video she ever played.
Wrecking Ball is the sixth song of her latest album, “Bangerz”. Other songs from the same album are “Adore You”, “We Can’t Stop”, “SMS (Bangerz)” and “4×4”.
Once again Miley is under the fire for her behaviour but it won’t change at all what her fans will think of her.
Forty kilos lighter and nothing more drugs and alcohol, no more improper conduct that led him in jail (as in 2009, for kidnapping and assault of a swedish escort). He’s a brand new Boy George and it’s absolutely a pleasure to see him in such a good shape.
Thanks to the work of Amelia Freer, nutritionist and former collaborator of Prince Charles of Wales, plus to the right discipline and a regular physical activity, Boy George his back with a brand new album, thinner, more toned and full of positive energy.
The english songwriter is still committed to the promotion of his new album, the first after 18 years, “This Is What I Do”, the former Culture Club says of himself: “Sometimes, when I think of what I went through in my life, I find myself not being even more freaked out than it has been. When I was young I did not have the “stop” button. The difference from there to now is that today I can stop. I’m not saying I can do it everytime, but at least now I’m faster in apologizing to the people and make amends”. It seems like, at the age if 53, Boy George is finally grow up.
Talking again about himself, he says “I have invested a lot on staying sober and keep myself clean, I do not want longer to give it up for anyone or anything in the world”.
What we can say is “welcome back Boy George”, hope that the new album will be as great as usual.