By Sara Morrison The man credited with inventing the foam finger — like the one Miley Cyrus brought to the forefront of national attention at Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards — is not her No. 1 fan. Iowa native Steve Chmelar, who created the foam finger prototype in 1971 (which Geral Fauss would later go […]
With a new season of “Duck Dynasty” and the annual MTV Video Music Awards, two of the three most popular programs on television last week were on cable networks instead of broadcast.
With a national buzz continuing to fester over Miley Cyrus’ performance on the VMAs, it appears that her dad, Billy Ray, still doesn’t know what to say about it. Billy Ray was set to appear on “Piers Morgan Live” Tuesday night, but cancelled the interview at the very last minute. According to E! News, his […]
“The View” may be off this week, but that didn’t stop co-host Sherri Shepherd from taking on this week’s biggest topic, namely Miley Cyrus’ controversial VMAs performance. Shepherd stopped by “The Tonight Show” and was quick to answer Jay Leno’s curiosity about the dance. “Oh, she’s going to hell in a twerking handbasket,” she said. […]
Could a family feud be brewing? The Parents Television Council is fuming mad after Miley Cyrus’ sexually explicit performance aired with a TV-14 rating on the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday, Aug. 25, and Cyrus’ dad Billy Ray serves on the board.
It may not be a good thing for her, but Miley Cyrus had the most memorable moment at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke will perform their summer anthems at the MTV Video Music Awards later this month.
Darren Criss of “Glee” and Lucy Hale of “Pretty Little Liars” will co-host Teen Choice 2013, which will include a performance by country group Florida Georgia Line.
Miley Cyrus’ transformation from a sweet-faced child star into a twerking, wild-child sensation has garnered plenty of debate, but she says it’s not really all that deep — she just grew up, y’all.
MTV will become Miley Television this fall. The 20-year-old actress-singer is getting a one-hour documentary — not yet titled — on the music network. The announcement was made Friday by MTV Programming President Susanne Daniels at the annual Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills, Calif.