‘Star Trek’ Crew Reacts To Miley Cyrus At VMAs [Video]

The Star Trek crew reacts to Miley Cyrus at the VMAs in a new YouTube video above.

As we’re sure you are aware, Miley Cyrus made a spectacle of herself at the VMAs when she dry-humped a foam finger and then proceeded to twerk against Robin Thicke on stage. Nearly everybody on the internet has seen the video and had a strong reaction to it, earning Miley Cyrus a bad reputation practically overnight.

In this new YouTube video, site user AriesHeadFilms has taken the footage and spliced it in with scenes from Star Trek, and the result is priceless. It actually looks like the original Star Trek crew is reacting to Miley Cyrus‘ performance at the VMAs, and they all appear disturbed by what they’re seeing.

The video begins with the Star Trek crew getting a high intensity reading, announced by Sulu. Captain Kirk requests magnification on the image, and we then see Miley Cyrus making her way out to dance music on the screen. Spock states, “I’ve never encountered readings like this before.”

We start getting what looks like reactions by the Star Trek crew to what Miley Cyrus did at the VMAs at this point.

Captain Kirk tells Uhura to try another channel, but it’s just more of Miley Cyrus doing her thing at the VMAs, this time seemingly throwing up a gang sign as she puts the mic by her crotch. Uhura tells Captain Kirk she can’t filter out the distortion and it’s getting worse. Soon we see Miley Cyrus getting more and more bold in her onstage performance. She starts twerking in a crowd, and Captain Kirk looks intrigued at first as he asks, “What is … that?”

Then we get Chekov looking in disbelief as Spock turns and has about the same reaction. Uhura seems to be getting annoyed as Captain Kirk looks like he’s trying to figure it out. Robin Thicke comes out at that point and Miley Cyrus does her infamous scene as the cast looks on in horror, covering their ears as it just gets more racy.

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