August 27, 2013 07:20 AM by Stephanie Gustafson
We already assumed that Miley Cyrus didn’t really care about being in the public’s good graces — as long as she receives that coveted media attention. The former American Idol guest has once again made this abundantly clear, bragging about the VMA performance uproar on her Twitter page.
Miley Cyrus knows she’s the talk of the town and she’s proud of that distinction. Ever since she shocked audiences with a raunchy performance at the Video Music Awards (which included plenty of twerking and rubbing against fellow musician Robin Thicke), the celeb’s name has been at the top of all the trending lists.
It doesn’t really matter that the vast majority of the responses to Miley Cyrus’ VMA catastrophe are negative. She’s just happy to be the center of attention. Last night, the singer tweeted, “Smilers! My VMA performance had 306.000 tweets per minute. That’s more than the blackout or Superbowl!”
And it’s true — Miley’s indiscretions have received more Twitter attention than any mishaps that occurred at this year’s Super Bowl. Is that really a good thing? In her opinion, yes…yes it is. She later made a point of further defending her controversial performance by tweeting quotes from a Rolling Stone review, one of which claimed, ”Miley was the one star in the room who truly understood what the MTV Video Music Awards are all about!”
Do you agree with critics from the Rolling Stone? Is Miley Cyrus the epitome of Video Music Award greatness? Or were you as disturbed by Miley’s twerking as the rest of the Twitterverse? Sound off in the comments section below!
Photo Credit: Miley Cyrus Twitter
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