With a risqué performance in the 2013 VMA’s and a matching risqué music video for her hit Wrecking Ball, can Miley Cyrus ever top these to further advance her musical career?
By: Ringo Bones
With a risqué performance at the 2013 VMA’s – as in that twerking that even grossed out Taylor Swift and more suited for the AVM awards in Las Vegas by some A-List porn star like Madison Scott, many popular music spectators now wonder if Miley Cyrus has become a “spent force” musically with nowhere else to go creatively. Does this mean it is only a matter of time before Miley Cyrus will fade into oblivion?
Ever since her Hannah Montana days with the Walt Disney Corporation, many a pop music spectator had speculated that Miley Cyrus will soon fade into oblivion as soon as she becomes too old to play the iconic teen pop sensation with a Disneyfied puberty. But before all of this came to pass, she managed to boost her popularity by posing a series of age-inappropriate risqué photos with iconic photographer Annie Leibovitz for the iconic Vanity Fair magazine – with her father, the early 1990s country music phaenom Billy Ray Cyrus, nonetheless. So what’s next for Miley Cyrus before her risqué signature twerking at the 2013 VMA’s gets relegated as a largely forgotten historical footnote into the dustbin of history?
Though emulating the recent rowdy antics of fellow male teen pop sensation Justin Beiber is out of the question, Miley Cyrus could resort to an untried risqué stunt – like what she did so effectively in the past - to yet extend the shelf-life of her popularity and “commercial viability”. How about the ultimate risqué “Father’s Day Surprise” set to music? Maybe a duet with her country music icon dad Billy Ray Cyrus with the 1993 era Motörhead hit single Don’t Let Daddy Kiss Me (from the Motörhead 1993 album Bastards) might do just the trick to extend Miley’s popularity shelf-life for another few months given that she’s somewhat obsessed with the resurgent redneck culture in the 21st Century.