Miley Cyrus is Milwaukee-bound
You know her from the hit TV show "Hannah Montana," and more recently from her dramatic makeover and insane award show performances (the word "insane" not always meaning good, as in this case). Either way, megastar Miley Cyrus is Milwaukee-bound and lands at the BMO BC this Sunday, March 9, as part of her "Bangerz" tour.
Cyrus was first introduced in the film "Big Fish" in 2003 as Destiny Hope Cyrus. The actress/singer later legally changed her name to Miley. She later took a role on the Disney Channel television show "Hannah Montana," as Miley Stewart, an average teenager who is secretly a famous pop star.
Since the show, Cyrus has released several albums, the most recent being "Bangerz." The album has spawned the hits "We Can't Stop" and "Wrecking Ball." The rest of the album's heavily dedicated to her venting about her recent break-up with actor Liam Hemsworth. Although "Bangerz" has a wide range of opinions and criticisms, the music still offers plenty of energy.
Cyrus' reputation has morphed greatly since her Disney days, and with the change has come more controversy about how she portrays herself. Because her previous audience was mainly "tween" and teenage girls, Cyrus is often critiqued for being too scandalous or sexual.
Whether you're a fan or a critic, Cyrus' concert this Sunday is sure to be one that Milwaukee won't soon forget. It's still unclear as to who will bring more insanity, Cyrus or her Milwaukee fans. Expect plenty of tongues sticking out of their owners' mouths, and enough hashtags to make your head spin.
Just another example of minimal talent...with a huge dance/music production to hide that minimal talent....I wonder if she even sings live during her "show"....she's really turned into a skank.
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