Tuesday April 29, 2008 8:58 am
Christian Coalition Upset with Miley Cyrus Photos
As you’ve probably all heard by now, controversy has arisen from Miley Cyrus’ recent photo shoot for Vanity Fair. Some of the pics - taken by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz - show a topless Miley draped by a sheet. (You can see a behind-the-scenes photo above.)
Although she see seemed fine with how things were going at the time, the singer is now apparently “embarrassed” by the results. (Methinks Disney‘s disapproval had something to do with that ounce of regret.)
Of course, it didn’t take very long for the Christian Coalition to jump on the bandwagon and offer up their two cents on the matter. The organization doesn’t feel like a written apology from the 15-year-old is quite enough. They believe the star should be reprimanded by her bosses and be forced to hold a press conference. “If she’s gonna go out there and represent wholesome values, she needs to be more accountable for her actions.”
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Whether you agree with them or not, we all know this will never happen. Disney has a reputation of being all talk but no action. They love to gently scold their troubled teens in the media while keeping an eye on their bottom line. Seriously—how could they possibly punish her? By halting production on the next Hannah Montana movie? By taking away the girl’s personal computer and camera? By removing all her TVs? (Oh, if you haven’t heard—Miley has stupidly admitted that Sex and the City is her favorite TV show.)
Once this ‘embarrassment’ period is over, everything will simply go back to the way things once were. If you don’t believe me, just look at Vanessa Hudgens. Haven’t we all forgotten about her already?
(You can find more stories about Miley and her photos here.)
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