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In hot water, Miley Cyrus turns to … charity

May 6, 2008

miley-2.jpgIt’s an age-old solution for when a celebrity finds themselves in trouble with their fans — do charity work. For a while it seemed that nothing could stop the meteoric rise of fresh-faced Miley Cyrus, better known as “Hannah Montana.”  Then, she made the mistake of posing topless, wrapped in a satin sheet, in a photo shoot for Vanity Fair magazine by celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz. Cyrus, 15, has apologized to all her fans for an error in judgment and for letting them down, and she’s now out there with her mother to help a charity for women battling breast cancer.

miley-bag.jpgThe Libby Ross Foundation said Miley and Trish Cyrus were among a list of celebrity mothers and daughters helping raise funds for the charity by decorating yoga bags with Swarovski jewels that will be listed on eBay for sale from May 5-15. Other celebrities duos include Susan Sarandon and daughter Eva Amurri and Hayden Panettiere and her mother Lesley Panattiere.

Photo of the bag designed by Miley Cyrus courtesy of The Libby Ross Foundation.

Comments

i think that she did a great thing by helping that chairty she should not have been judged tho that makes no diffrence in who she is she will always be a great person she is going to follow in her fathers foot steps

 

Well, she’s gonna follow in footsteps alright. Those of Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, Lindsey Lohan…

 

hay miley i think ur doing a grate job i would like 2 talk 2 u on msn plz—-brandon.watkins@hotmail.co.uk

Posted by brandon | Report as abusive
 

yes miley was wrong for the pictures…
but she did the right thing by helping charity.
i really dont think she will make a mistake like that anymore. :)

Posted by miley fan | Report as abusive
 

hehahahahaha i thought Miley Cyrus was a goody good prep who does everything right! hahahaahahaaha!!! until i saw those pictures ahahahahahahahahahaha well Miley it is a good thing that ou are doing the whole vharity thing for women a female children who have brest cancer.
love,
Skyla

Posted by skyla | Report as abusive
 

this is stupid
miley didnt do ANYTHING
wrong
i mean i have something
F L A U N T it
and she did and now ppl
are making a huge deal
over nothing
i mean common that sheet
covered more than what most
bathing suits do..

Posted by shanna | Report as abusive
 

Is Miley a normal teenager, or on her way to a more dangerous place? Here’s one view from someone who used to be a 15-year-old girl:

http://www.antiquiet.com/entertainment/2 008/05/tweens-gone-wild/

 

MILEY CYRUS WAS NOT “NUDE” NOR WAS SHE “TOPLESS” IN THE TRASHY ATTACKS TO WHICH YOU REFER! LIEBOWITZ PHOTO’D MILEY IN SUCH A WAY THAT ONE SEES HER BACK > MORE “BODY” WOULD SHOW IN A SWIMSUIT OR HALTERTOP AND SHORTS! (IRONICALLY FOR YOU, SHE APPEARS MORE LIKE A JUST-AWOKEN-ANGEL.) BACK OFF MAKING THIS A BIG “SCANDAL”! YOU UNDERESTIMATE THE INTELLIGENCE OF MILEY’S FANS, WHO KNOW HER TO BE TRUE TO HER GOOD VALUES AND FAITH.
- GRACE DRUMMOND, ( and two sons, ages 13 and 15), Portland, Maine, USA

Posted by GRACE DRUMMOND | Report as abusive
 

Fathead.com now has a bigger than life size Hannah that sticks to your walls. You actually get two of her and some smaller ones. If you google Fathead Hannah Montana images you can see photos of them. They also have High School Musical with Gabriela and Troy. They are so cool!!!!

Posted by Kayla | Report as abusive
 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kh2hWFbww uY&feature=related

There is WAY more than that Vanity Fair shot.

She is following footsteps allright.

Pregnancy ticker has started….countdown to TRASH

Posted by Jackie | Report as abusive
 

To those in denial…..a 15 year old does not need to have fluffed hair, pouty lips, sexy eyes and bare shoulders with a satin sheet looking sexy!

She’s on the road to trash. YouTube pics show it all. She acts like a wild tramp.

Posted by Jackie | Report as abusive
 

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