Miley Cyrus, it's no joke sending Instagram photos of two bracelets -- one saying "drugs" and the other spelling out "Mary Jane" to your 9.9 million Instagram followers. Many of your fans are teens and tweens who follow what you do.
Illegal drug use isn't funny. Miley, you're mature enough to see beyond the thrill of just getting a rise out of people. You don't need to get attention by posting "drugs" bracelet pictures on Instagram. -- Bonnie FullerBonnie Fuller is president and editor-in-chief of HollywoodLife.com and the former editor of Star, Us Weekly, Glamour, Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire magazines.'A paid hypocrite'
It's been a year since Angus T. Jones left "Two and a Half Men" and his $300,000-an-episode paycheck after commenting that the audience shouldn't be watching -- and he still feels the same way.
"It was difficult for me to be on the show and be part of something that was making light of topics in our world where there are really problems for a lot of people," Angus said at the World Harvest Outreach Church in Houston Saturday. "I was a paid hypocrite."
These days, he's focusing on religion. Angus visits ministries around the country to share his story of his transition.
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