Miley Cyrus took her controversial antics to new highs on Sunday night when she appeared to smoke a joint on stage at the MTV awards while wearing a dangerously high-cut sheer leotard. The former Hannah Montana star lit a rolled cigarette onstage in Amsterdam's Ziggo Dome - a controversial move which was hastily edited out when her performance was broadcast in the U.S. The 20-year-old singer made sure she stood out from a bevvy of scantily-clad celebrities at the event by taking to the stage in a latex white leotard cut so dangerously high that it left little to the imagination. When she picked up the award for Best Video for her track Wrecking Ball, Miley grinned as she attempted to shove the award into her bag, before pulling out what appeared to be a joint and telling the audience: 'I can't fit it in my bag... but I did find this!' Miley opened the ceremony with a space-themed performance of her smash hit, We Can't Stop, while dressed as an astronaut in a skintight silver spacesuit. The former child star poked her tongue out as she twerked alongside a latex-clad female little person, before groping her dancer's breasts and rubbing her face into her chest. Miley later changed into a white bodysuit for a more stripped-back performance of her hit track Wrecking Ball.
It is one of the ultimate and everlasting odes to a loved one. Miley Cyrus has now added to her expanding tattoo collection by getting her grandmother Loretta Finley's portrait tattooed on her arm. The 20-year-old revealed the new black and grey design on her Twitter page on Tuesday.
After traveling the world for their Take Me Home tour, One Direction played their last date in Tokyo on Sunday evening. Before singing their hearts out, Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Zayn Malik and Niall Horan met fans at the screening of This is Us in Chiba. The five lads looked smart in their coordinated outfits as they signed autographs and posed for photos with their supporters who lined the red carpet.
Though an early version of the video was leaked last week, the official music video for One Direction's "Story of My Life" was released on Sunday (November 3).
The Ben Winston directed video features the five members of the boy band in a dark room developing pictures from moments in their lives up to current times.
They’re one of the most adorable couples in Tinseltown, and Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis are about to turn their duo into a trio.
The “Incredible Burt Wonderstone” actress took to her Twitter account to respond to the outpouring of well wishes from her fans.
Olivia tweeted, “WOW. You guys are awesome. So kind. Thank you thank you thank you! PS. Babies eat mostly salsa right?”
Earlier this year, Ciara began dating rapper/producer Future, and over the weekend he popped the question during her 28th birthday celebration.
The “Body Party” songstress’ rep told press that she received a 15-carat diamond engagement ring from her beau, and of course she said yes.
After the big moment, Ciara tweeted, "Today Has 2 Be Like One Of The Sweetest Days Of My Life! #TheBestBirthdayEver. If I'm Dreaming I Don't Want to Wake up!"
Future previously gushed about his girl, declaring, "She’s a beautiful woman, amazing, incredible, everything that comes with those words, that's what she represents."
“I love music, she loves music. And we love being in the studio with each other. We love being around each other and that's just what it is. The chemistry is there. It's amazing. She makes me happy, I make her smile."
Miley Cyrus is bedazzled in jewels on the December 2013 cover of Cosmopolitan magazine.
Here’s what the 20-year-old entertainer had to share with the mag: On her insane year: “Everything is so chaotic and crazy right now and it’s so much all at once, but I’m living for it. I’m just having the best time ever and everything’s falling into place like it’s supposed to. Even people who want to hate on me, they can’t even shut down the fact that I’m literally what everyone is talking about. I don’t want to say that I’m on top right now – I feel like I’m kind of an underdog in a cool way. It’s almost punk rock to like me because it’s not the right thing to do. Like, society wants to shut me down.” On her VMA performance: “When people started complaining about the awards show, I was like, ‘Have you never seen the f-cking video?’ And what if I hadn’t done that performance? The VMAs would have been bad. They would have been missing something. The show was kind of making fun of how serious the pop industry is.” On being single: “I need to treat my music like a relationship – give it my time and all the attention it deserves – and that’s my main love right now. This is the best time of my life. I’m not going to look back on it and be like, ‘I wish I hadn’t been dwelling over a breakup,’ you know? Because that’s not what God wants my life to be about right now. God wants my life to be about being successful and being happy and blessing other people and being blessed.”