Miley’s Big Week

To any pop-culture enthusiast it should be incredibly obvious what the government is actually doing this week—preparing for a whole lot of Miley Cyrus. Even I feel like I need a day off to process all of it, but I went to work today -take that, government.
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Today marks the beginning of a pretty big week in the world of Miley Cyrus. Between now and next Tuesday, she’s got a lot going on. Her documentary Miley: The Movement premieres tomorrow night at 10pm on MTV; she’s hosting and performing on SNL this weekend; her new album BANGERZ drops in one week AND it’s currently streaming on iTunes. Oh, and did I mention she’s on the cover of Rolling Stone? Because she’s on the cover of Rolling Stone. Phew. That’s enough to make anyone ask, “Liam, who?”

It all started with her insane, fun and obscure video for her hit “We Can’t Stop” that led to her VMA performance that still remains the topic du jour at water coolers across the country. Then, of course, there was the video for “Wrecking Ball” full of nudity, tongues and, well, a wrecking ball. Most importantly, though, it sparked a burning question—how many licks does it take to get to the center of a sledgehammer? The world may never know…but what we do know is that Miley is taking over. Whether you love her, hate her, love to hate her or hate to love her you’re talking about her. And so is your office. And your family. Everyone is talking about Miley which proves that she knows what she’s doing. She wants buzz surrounding her and her performances to spark conversation about her new album and it’s working.

Can’t get enough of Miley? Her issue of Rolling Stone is on stands now and features a lengthy, day-in-the-life piece that includes Miley getting “Rolling Stone” tattooed across her feet, an interesting night out and a sky diving adventure that she–spoiler alert–survives! Her one-hour MTV documentary that MTV described as ”an intimate portrait that captures Miley’s exuberant and spirited life, her evolving identity, and her exciting transformation into a music icon” (, premieres tomorrow at 10pm on MTV. Tune in or don’t, but you don’t want to be THAT person with nothing to talk about at lunch the next day.

By Allie Ditkowich

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