By Melissa Platero, CCNN Writer
Have your parents ever told you to knock something off because it’ll come back and bite you later? Well, Miley Cyrus and her “dancing” are getting more than a mouthful of fangs based on her silly antics. Anna Wintour, the editor-in-chief of American Vogue who has been nicknamed “Nuclear Wintour” because of her demanding and frightening personality, has removed Cyrus from the December issue of Vogue. Her reason? Well, it’s all thanks to Miley’s racy and shockingly hilarious VMA performance!
Now, if you don’t remember the performance that made the nation shake their head and cover their eyes at the same time, then we applaud you for being able to get that image out of your mind! However, plenty of other people, like Wintour, are still haunted by the inappropriate body gyrating Cyrus likes to call dancing. “Anna [Wintour] found the whole thing distasteful,” a source told the site Daily Mail. “She decided, based on Miley’s performance, to take the cover in a different direction.”
We can’t blame Wintour for putting the magazine’s best interest first. Cyrus, who has done more than embarrass herself on stage, has been the shame of America for several weeks now. Okay, but let’s put the performance to the side so we can talk about her “new” look and music. She’s dropped the country sweetheart act to play pretend “gangsta” while singing songs about the drug Molly. Not only does this contradict her initial image of Disney’s princess, but it’s downright insulting to her followers that became supporters of a girl who wanted to write music and make fans happy. She’s a lost soul, masking her sorrow in increasingly rebellious gestures that no one really believes.
Unless Miley cleans up her act and realizes the huge mistake she’s made, then we can expect her to keep losing amazing opportunities for her career such as Vogue.
Images courtesy of Miley Cyrus Facebook.