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The cat didn't get Miley Cyrus' tongue, so it settled for some lip service.
The songstress is back in the news thanks to a new tattoo in a rather unique spot that she posted on Instagram Friday night.
The photo is of a “Sad Kitty” tattoo emblazoned inside her lower lip. The little feline is yellow with a big blue tear.
Cyrus added the hashtags #sadkitty and an homage to the city...Read more »
The life cycle of an extremely catchy and popular song goes something like this: It debuts, usually on the radio. You hear it for the first time (again, usually on the radio). You bob your head, maybe do a little dance. The lyrics commit themselves to your memory. You sing along. And sometimes, before you know it, that song is stuck in your head for all of eternity and just. won't. leave. (It doesn't...Read more »
Joe Jonas must feel a huge weight just lifted off his chest.
The middle Jonas Brother -- who spent a good part of his teens and early 20s as a member of one of the biggest boy bands in the world, along with brothers Kevin and Nick, until their breakup in October -- came clean about sex, drugs and Disney in an essay published in the Dec. 9 issue of New York Magazine.
Joe Jonas,...Read more »
Just when you thought she'd bared it all, Miley Cyrus manages to get naked in a whole new way.
This time, she's not pants-less or even topless, but, um, eyebrow-less.
Singer Lily Allen and supermodel Miranda Kerr both took to Instagram Tuesday night to post photos of themselves hanging with the pop shockstar, and in both images Cyrus lacks that face-defining fringe.
In Kerr's black...Read more »
[UPDATE: Sinead O'Connor responded to Miley Cyrus' tweets (which also include a photo of O'Connor ripping the pope's photo on "SNL") Thursday evening on her Facebook page, writing, in part:
Ms Cyrus' lawyers will be contacted by mine regarding this matter. I confirm also that I do not at all support or condone the abuse or mockery of those who have been brave enough to openly discuss...Read more »