October 6, 2013
Miley Cyrus Doesn't Twerk, Avoids Other Controversies On SNL [Video]

Miley Cyrus hosted Saturday Night Live (SNL) last night and she managed to avoid twerking or stirring up any other type of controversies.

The host and musical performance guest opened her monologue by telling viewers that she was over the twerking craze.

"Now that white people are doing it, it seems kind of lame," she said.

Cyrus also opened up about the fate of Hannah Montana, claiming that the fictitious pop star was "murdered."

The rest of the night Cyrus avoided any type of personal controversy. Miley didn't talk about her failed relationship, she avoided Sinead O'Connor skits, and in general she followed the standard SNL ebb and flow.

In maybe her most controversial moment Cyrus played a slutty version of Michelle Bachmann in a We Can't Stop music video parody about the government shutdown.

Other Miley Cyrus sketches included a role as Hilary Clinton in an MTV-series, a hip-hop-obsessed high-school student, and even a morning-show anchor.

Miley also took on the role of Scarlet Johansson for a screen test of 50 Shades of Grey.

During her two musical performances Miley even managed to dress more conservatively. During Wrecking Ball Cyrus sported a sheer sports jersey with a black two-piece. As she performed an acoustic version of We Can't Stop the singer/actress sported a white outfit that complimented the laid back version of a three guitar performance.

Overall the Miley Cyrus SNL hosting gig was rather mature for the Molly-taking, always Twerking pop star.

Here's a video of Miley performing Wrecking Ball on SNL:

Did you catch Miley Cyrus on SNL? What did you think of her more mature and fully clothed hosting gig and musical performances?