Miley Cyrus Documentary 2013: Twerking, Tongue, and Topless All Part Of 'The Movement'

The Miley Cyrus documentary in 2013 is set to air tomorrow on MTV at 10/9C and will last an hour. Tongues will be wagging much longer than that, though.

As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Miley Cyrus' transformation into a sexpot has been a constant source of news in the last few weeks and, according to her, that's just the way she wanted it.

Miley Cyrus says the twerking, tongue and topless moments are all part of the act in an interviews with MTV, but speculation abounds as to whether or not the Miley Cyrus documentary will really show a different side of the singer.

Miley Cyrus admits she "was, like, born to be who I am like right now." But any thorough Miley Cyrus documentary would of course have to focus on her Disney days and not the 2013 meltdown. Still, the recent changes are likely to be ever present because even Miley Cyrus feels she needed to "let go of the past in a way, so I felt like I could be the bad b---h I am."

You would think likely topics for the 2013 Miley Cyrus would include dating and the Liam Hemsworth engagement, which just recently met a wrecking ball. But supposedly the documentary will purposefully exclude Liam Hemsworth to "focus on the music."

Of course, since the focus is the music the Miley Cyrus' nude wrecking ball ride is likely to get a mention. And the family of Miley Cyrus will probably be covered by the documentary. You might be surprised to hear Billy Ray Cyrus defends Miley for her recent actions.

But things weren't always that way. Back when Miley Cyrus was 10 years old she recalls the moment when Britney Spears and Madonna kissed at the VMAs. That event apparently inspired Miley Cyrus, although Billy Ray Cyrus doesn't remember it too fondly, recalling, "Oh no, my daughter's going to turn into a stripper."

To put everything in context, Miley Cyrus explained the twerking, nudity, and other changes as being entirely a strategic business decision to get noticed:

"You're always going to make people talk. You may as well make them talk for like two weeks rather than two seconds. You can watch that performance and think that's a hot mess. But it's a strategic hot mess. … If I wanted a raunchy sex show, I wouldn't have been dressed as a damned bear."
And she learned this lesson from Britney Spears. The 2013 Miley Cyrus documentary even shows Miley Cyrus and Britney Spears together in the studio, cementing the validity of how a pop star's actions cane influence the future behaviors of the next generation.

Do you think the 2013 Miley Cyrus documentary will show a different side of Miley Cyrus, or is she really just a twerking, tongue, topless nightmare wrapped in the facade of a business suit?