Controversial good-girl-child-star-gone-bad, Miley Cyrus, has announced via her Instagram that she would be hosting this year's VMAs.
Controversial pop star, Miley Cyrus, 22, has announced via her Instagram on Monday that she will host the 2015 Video Music Awards with a concise, expressive message:
“F–k yeah VMAs!!!!!” she writes. Cyrus will be the award show’s first host since Kevin Hart in 2012, as the last two year’s have gone host-less.
As one side of her sign alludes to, the supposed “performance prohibition” refers to the controversial 2013 performance with Robin Thicke where Cyrus lustily danced with the “Blurred Lines” singer in a moment that almost broke the Internet, if the breaking of the Internet could actually happen by a pop culture event.
Cyrus’ 2014 VMAs were more touching and emotional. Upon winning Video of the Year for “Wrecking Ball,” she sent up a teenager named Jesse who seized the platform to raise awareness of homeless teens in LA.
The 2015 VMAs will air live August 30 at 9 p.m. ET on MTV.
It is not yet known whether it will air on MTV Base.
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