Someone’s a good little sister! Miley Cyrus recently gave big bro Trace a hand, helping him create a T-shirt for his two-year-old Southern Made Hollywood Paid clothing line.
“We decided to create a shirt that represented my line, with some of Miley’s style added to it,” Trace said in a release. “The two of us had been talking about doing this for a while — it was just about getting the right design.”
Trace came up with the idea for the artwork, basing it on his sis. “I wanted to think of something that really reminded me of [her],” he said. So he chose to feature a dream catcher, reminiscent of Miley’s biggest tattoo, and an image he has tattooed on his body, as well. “It was something we were always around since childhood, because of the influence from our dad,” he shared.
The addition of a peace sign and Miley’s autograph complete the shirt. “It just felt appropriate to somehow incorporate,” Trace said of his sister’s signature.
The shirts ($28 each) are available now on the Southern Made Hollywood Paid website, and proceeds from all sales benefit Miley’s Pappy Cyrus Family Foundation, which helps needy children with health care, medical treatment, education and more.
Readers of Egotastic recently voted for the top ten hottest diva’s of 2011 and Miley made #9 on the list. You can see who else made the list below:
#9 Hottest Diva: Miley Cyrus
We were actually surprised to see Miley come in only at ninth on this list, given her general popularity, but against some stiff competition with all the slightly more grown up hottie divas out there, perhaps she dropped just a bit among those of you who still see her as Hannah Montana. Nevertheless, there’s no shame in placing anywhere in this mighty Top 10.
Miley Cyrus‘ “L.O.L.” remake film, co-starring Ashley Greene and Demi More is probably one of the most anticipated movies of 2012.
The ‘L.O.L.‘ remake is based on the original french film with same title. It’s based on teen named Lola, played by Cyrus, her & her friends navigate the peer pressures of high school romance and friendship while dodging their sometimes overbearing and confused parents.
The remake, directed & screenplay written by Lisa Azuelos, was set to come out as early as mid-2011. The film, was delayed for international release for multiple reasons; one of them is due to scandal.
Starting with private screeners in the U.K., the film was immediately pulled before it hit public theaters worldwide after the Miley Cyrus bong-smoke scandal — even though the scandal was just the boost the film needed.. The producers had second thoughts about a scene in the film where you can see Miley‘s character, Lola smoking with her friends (Ashley Greene & others).. quickly demanding a re-edit and cut the scene out to not spark another controversy when the film comes out.
After many speculated dates, what gives? Why isn’t there an official date yet? Why the major delay?
Well, too put it nicely, Lionsgate is running low on funds. The company who took part in making the movie can’t afford promo for the movie, so they’re putting it on hold for a while. The company is counting on “The Hunger Games“, co-starring Miley’s boyfriend, Liam Hemsworth. The film that’s based on the series of books with the huge franchise to support, will give Lionsgate just the boost it needs to support “L.O.L.”.
Despite the fact that many people are supposedly confirming dates, they’re probably false. The film, will most likely hit theaters worldwide sometime after March.
About 450 underprivileged kids got a huge helping of holiday cheer when Miley Cyrus joined them at a Christmas party at South Coast Plaza last week.
The event, called “Sharing the Spirit,” was organized by Festival of Children Foundation, The Happiness Project, and the Young Presidents Organization in conjunction with Cyrus and her charity, Get Ur Good On.
Cyrus and her foundation are passionate about youth homelessness.
Sandy Segerstrom Daniels, founder of the Festival of Children Foundation, with Miley Cyrus.
“Nearly 1.7 million people under the age of 18 will experience homelessness this year. I want to help young people raise awareness and address youth homelessness,” said Cyrus. Get Ur Good On encourages youth to support each other in their missions to do “good” in their communities.
Homeless youth, ages 3‐18, from Anaheim, Buena Park, Costa Mesa, Garden Grove and Santa Ana, were brought on buses to the South Coast Plaza. Each was matched with a volunteer who accompanied them through a variety of activities, including photos with Santa, rides on the reindeer carousel, arts and crafts, nail, hair and beauty stations, and face painting. At the end of the evening, each child received a bag full of gifts, gender and age specific for each of them.
South Coast Plaza retailers shared the spirit, too. The Microsoft Store was converted into a teen lounge equipped with video games and music. Sanrio’s Hello Kitty mascot was at the party meeting and greeting the kids. The LEGO store hosted a craft table. And many other stores participated as well.
This event was much more than a four-hour party for these children.
“The impact of this event lasts much longer than a single evening.” said Lindsay Dickhout, executive director of The Happiness Project.
“These children deserve a magical evening that they will always remember. It’s fun to watch advantaged children serve in their communities and learn about leadership and philanthropy at a young age,” ” added Sandy Segerstrom Daniels, founder of Festival of Children Foundation.
Hey y’all, it’s me, Sam Lansky, and this is my column, Pop Think, where I try to keep you guys from finding out about my secret alter ego who is actually an international pop star with an adorably consonant name. (Fun fact: In my will, I’ve requested that the epitaph on my tombstone read, “He was just being Miley.”)
But really, I do love Miley Cyrus, not only because Can’t Be Tamed was an unheralded pop masterpiece (seriously, if you haven’t listened to “Permanent December” recently, your life is probably 50% less joyful than it should be), but because Miley has one of the most honest relationships with the media of any pop star. While many artists are busy working double-time to save face, Miley has a track record of being brazenly and unabashedly vocal about what she believes in, which I think is pretty rad and kinda inspirational.
The truth is that Miley really can’t be tamed, and even when her choices are unpopular, the sultry chanteuse sticks to her guns. Courage of conviction is hard to come by, which is why I think Miley is a much better role model than we tend to give her credit for.
In early 2011, an AOL poll voted Miley Cyrus the worst celebrity role model for young girls, well above Lindsay Lohan and Teen Mom’s Amber Portwood. Timing no doubt played a role in this, since the poll arrived a month after Miley’s notorious salvia-smoking video gripped headlines, but it’s a clarion reminder of how fickle the public can be, especially when it comes to their teen idols.
I don’t want to dwell too much on her past missteps, although, it’s no secret that Miley’s image as a Disney Channel pop princess was as squeaky-clean as they come — which, it should be noted, is a nearly impossible standard to maintain. But like clockwork, as she moved through adolescence, she was hit with one scandal after another: revealing photos of the underage chanteuse taken by A-list shutterbug Annie Leibowitz for a Vanity Fair shoot, a provocative pole-dancing performance of “Party in the U.S.A.” at the 2009 Teen Choice Awards, that explosive bong video, and most recently, footage from her 19th birthday party, where Miley owns up to smoking “way too much f—— weed.” (Her rep later said that Miley was just being a “smart-ass” and the weed comment was an “inside joke.” Go figure.)
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Philanthropy has been a part of Miley Cyrus’ life since she was a little girl and for her latest charitable endeavor, the singer has teamed with Sean Penn’s Help Haiti Home initiative, as you can see in the ETonline exclusive photo below.
In addition to the photo, Cyrus stars in a new PSA alongside Zooey Deschanel, Sean Penn, Edward Norton, Sarah Silverman, Rainn Wilson, LL Cool J, and Eric Dane as they lend their voice to encourage donations and draw awareness to the struggles that the Haitian people still face.
The Help Haiti Home initiative was launched to raise funds that will help the 23,000 displaced Haitians currently living in the J/P HRO managed Petionville Camp tent city return to the neighborhoods they lived in before the earthquake. To pledge your donation, click here!
Miley Cyrus has slammed rumours suggesting she’s had a boob job.
Reports concerning Miley’s chest first surfaced after she stepped out at the 2011 CNN Heroes: An All Star Tribute in LA, wearing a very low-cut yellow Roberto Cavalli dress which showed off her impressive cleavage.
After seeking advice from various different cosmetic surgeons, US publication Star magazine claimed that despite only being 19-years old, Miley had gone under the knife and had a breast enlargement.
However, the former Hannah Montana actress has been quick to quash the allegations, setting the record straight via her official Twitter account.
Speaking about her boobs, Cyrus stated:
“Thank you for the compliment but these babies are all mine. I wish they’d realize you don’t have to be fake to be beautiful!”
Miley attended the Los Angeles event with boyfriend Liam Hemsworth, who previously told Who magazine that he finds Cyrus hot when she’s being herself.
The 21-year old actor revealed:
“When I look over at her when she’s biting into a steak sandwich and there is some steak sauce dripping down her chin, there is nothing sexier than that.”
Miley Cyrus is taking a stand against cyber bulling after her pal Kelly Osbourne was targeted online.
Ozzy Osbourne’s daughter and his wife Sharon were sent a hate message by a Twitter.com user on Tuesday (13Dec11), which Kelly subsequently ‘re-Tweeted’ and replied, “Your (sic) disgusting! and now everyone knows it!”
And her pal Cyrus jumped to her defence, urging fans to help stamp out online bullying.
In a series of posts on her own page, Cyrus wrote, “I’m so sorry mrssosbourne and MissKellyO for the abusive tweet… I don’t think it’s right for people to use twitter to abuse and harass others. Just cause your (sic) hidden behind some computer like a coward doesn’t mean this isn’t bullying.
“So twitter if you could please start removing people to help Stopcyberbullying It shouldn’t be tolerated!
“So proud of all my fans responding to my last tweet!! You guys will make a difference! Take a stand! Let’s trend Stopcyberbullying.”