Miley Cyrus should release a book featuring all the negative things people have to say about her these days.
Everyone who has some sort of celebrity status feels the need to share their thoughts about the controversial singer at some point down the line. The latest person to discuss all things Miley is fellow singer Charlotte Church.
During a recent interview with Stylist magazine, Church decided to wax intellectual about Miley Cyrus and her sexualized shenanigans. In her humble opinion, the former Hannah Montana will probably leave all this craziness behind in a few short years.
“It’s so obvious this young lady has a skewed perspective because of what she’s been through. All she knows is to sell and be sold. This sounds patronizing but in a couple of years she’ll change her tune,” Church said about Miley.
The singer added, “I went through a similar-ish thing; not to the depths she is taking it to. But it’s exhibitionism. As a teenager, you’re really egocentric. Why would you give a f*** about the rest of society?”
Miley Cyrus wasn’t the only topic of conversation during Charlotte’s interview with Stylist magazine. She also took a moment to discuss why she won’t let her daughter watch Katy Perry’s music videos.
“I try to let my kids make their own way and be free, but trying to protect them and let them make their own choices at the same time [is hard]. For instance, I don’t want my little girl to see a Katy Perry video,” Church told the publication.
She added, “I like Katy Perry; she’s funny — I’m not fussed on her music — but I don’t want my little girl to hold her up as an ideal. I think a lot of what she does is marketed to children. All that candy stuff. If [Ruby] had seen that she would have loved it, sweets everywhere and then there she is — this naked chick!”
Another person who believes that Miley Cyrus isn’t good for society is actor Sir David Jason. In his opinion, the “Wrecking Ball” singer represents everything that’s wrong with humanity at the moment.
“Miley Cyrus epitomizes what we have allowed. She has done it to break the mould. I can understand why, but we have given her the oxygen of publicity and encouraged it, so young girls will think it is the right way to attract men. We’ve lost our standards,” Jason said about Cyrus.
He added, “Once upon a time if you said this or did that, you’d be off the air. They wouldn’t dare show it. It slowly drip feeds, erodes standards of politeness, manners and morality. It just drips and it takes us further and further down, and instead of inspiring us to look up, we are all going down.”
Do you agree with Charlotte Church’s opinion about Miley Cyrus?