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Ah, Miley Cyrus. Our love for you grows and grows. Just like your hair would, if you didn’t keep chopping it off.
And incidentally, it’s a surprise to see Cyrus rocking her old hair (that bun will always remind us of summer ’12!) in the latest Backyard Sessionsvideo, which sees the chanteuse and a crew of her friends hanging out in her backyard performing lovely, dusky covers of Cyrus’ favorite songs. The final performance is the oft-covered “Jolene,” as made famous by Dolly Parton, and — as per usual — Cyrus demolishes it, her raspy vocals anguished and urgent. The clip is so effective that the critics over at Spin even asked by way of their headline, “Is Miley Cyrus’ ‘Jolene’ Cover Better Than Jack White’s?” Our answer: Yup. Watch up top.
She may have famously spoken out against country music way back in 2010–calling it “contrived on many levels”–but that doesn’t mean Miley Cyrus can’t sing the heck out of a country tune. The godchild of Dolly Parton and daughter of Billy Ray Cyrus proves this with her latest YouTube upload, a stunning cover of Parton’s classic “Jolene” that’s already racked up more than 80,000 views in a little more than 24 hours.
Those who only know Cyrus for her pop music, acting, wedding plans–oh, and that wild haircut!–will no doubt be surprised at the rich depth and warmth the 20-year-old brings to the 1974 hit, an enduringly haunting plea from one woman to another to stay away from her man.
Cyrus chose to cover the song as part of her “Backyard Sessions” series for her official site, a little project she started over the summer when she brought her band together to perform a few of her favorite tunes. The three-video collection also includes such unusual choices as James Shelton’s 1950s tune “Lilac Wine” (which was covered by, amongst others, the late Jeff Buckley in 1994) and “Look What They’ve Done To My Song” by ’70s folk artist Melanie Safka.
Cyrus performed “Jolene” as a sparkling live duet with Parton for the 25th anniversary of Dollywood in 2010.
Did Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have a secret Christmas wedding?
The engaged duo did sport some interesting bling on their ring fingers in twitpics posted Tuesday. But even though they’re both wearing the seemingly new jewelry on the ring finger of the left hand, these rings don’t really look like wedding bands.
And since neither the bride-to-be, 20, nor her future hubby, 22, made a fuss over their rings, we’re not going to get too worked up that Miley girl could have somehow forgotten to invite us to her wedding.
(Miley and Liam’s reps did not immediately respond to E! News’ requests for comment.)
We are, however, pretty excited about the former Hannah Montana star’s newly released cover of her godmother Dolly Parton’s song “Jolene.”
In a YouTube clip posted Monday, Miley (with her topknot, RIP) does a beautiful rendition of the country queen’s 1973 hit.
Miley Cyrus took a moment to remind us all she’s a singer, releasing the video for “Jolene.” The song is a cover of Dolly Parton’s 1974 hit.
The video was recorded during last summer’s “Backyard Sessions,” which feature the 20-year-old singer and her band playing some of her favorite songs. Fun fact: Parton is Cyrus’ godmother.
These recordings have proved to be a pleasant surprise, as Cyrus has created several gorgeous acoustic covers — including Bob Dylan’s “You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go,” James Shelton’s “Lilac Wine,” and Melanie Safka’s “Look What They’ve Done To My Song, Ma.”
“Jolene” has us all the more curious about Cyrus’ forthcoming album, which is being produced by Pharrell Williams, who has said the new record will sound unlike anything she’s done before.
“Her sound right now is her personality,” Williams told MTV. “That’s what we’ve been aiming for in the studio and that’s what’s been coming out and that’s what’s been sounding so interesting. Her voice is a very powerful one — you just have to hear it to know that and to understand it. It’s nowhere near what it is that you think.”
I was lucky enough to see So Undercover, which was released into UK cinemas yesterday, 7th December. A lot of you asked me to write my own review, so here’s my go! I’ve never reviewed anything before so hopefully it’s alright.
After a long wait for the release, Miley returns to the big screen as Molly Morris, who is hired by the FBI to go ‘so undercover’ in a college sorority to protect the life of a sorority sister. She undergoes a mega makeover to transform herself into Brooke Stonebridge, sorority girl – not the tough, streetwise Molly. Through her journey, adjusting to her new friends, the new surroundings and new assignment, Molly must protect her sorority sister – discovering that not everyone is who they appear to be, including herself.
Overall, So Undercover is a fun, easy-to-watch comedy, which all the family can enjoy. Kelly Osbourne stars as Molly’s English roommate, Jeremy Piven fit into his role as FBI agent and Josh Bowman is thrown in as Molly’s love interest. We found ourselves laughing a lot during the film, it really did live up to it’s comedy genre! There are a lot of little parts and one-liners which keep you laughing, and the sorority sister Cotton (who reminded some people of Karen from Mean Girls) was definitely one of our favourite characters. There isn’t a huge amount of depth or meaning into the storyline, but there are certain parts that I think people may be able to relate to, including Molly’s situation with her dad, the relationships between the sorority sisters, and even the start of Molly’s relationship with Nicholas (Joshua Bowman).
I would say that Miley did really well in this role. She thrived in the comedy side of it – my friend even said ‘they cast the right person for this role’ – and she gave a really good performance in the more serious parts too! Even sticking to her comedy-role type roots, Miley is definitely improving and starting to be seen as a better actress since her Hannah Montana days.
Just the same with LOL, I wish it had been released properly! If you can, make sure you check it out – out now in cinemas nationwide.
Miley returns to the big-screen in this feel good flick about a private eye turned sorority girl..
So what’s it about then?
Teen private-eye Molly is hired by the FBI to go undercover in a college sorority – despite the fact she’s happier riding a motorbike in converse than making girlfriends and wearing high heels. Think Miss Congieniality meets Mean Girls.
Anyone good in it?
A pre-haircut Miley Cyrus plays Molly, and oh how we’ve missed her on the big screen. Kelly Osbourne also makes an appearance as Molly’s English roomate, and HOT DAMN HE’S GORGEOUS Joshua Bowman fills the role of ‘love interest.’
If it won any Oscars they would be for…
There’s actually a fairly good twist at the end of the film – and it’s not as predictable as we’d orignally expected. If you’re looking for a cinematic experience with some depth and meaning, this probably isn’t the film for you. If this were a food, it would be candy-floss; sweet, light – but not much substance.
We weren’t quite sure that we would like Miley Cyrus upon first hearing that she was cast for a guest arc on “Two and a Half Men,” but we have to admit that we were wrong after watching the episode Thursday night. Why? Not only was she funny, but she really blended into the charter she was playing so much that she was not even that recognizable as Miley Cyrus.
Basically, the former “Hannah Montana” star played the part here of Missi (short for Mississippi, the river and not the state!), a high-strung and talkative young woman who also happened to be the daughter of one of Walden’s closest friends. From the get-go, it looked as though Ashton Kutcher’s character had an interest in her even despite her talking a million miles an hour, but there was a problem. What was it? Basically, she thought he was too old and perfect for her mom; plus, she was completely and totally into Jake.
What made Cyrus work so well in this part was that she was completely committed, even to a character that was inherently annoying and would never have much of a shot at winning over many people who just don’t like talkative southern belles. But ultimately, she did infuse just enough heart into Missi that even if she never shut up, she was someone you were still interested in and wanting to know more about … at least until she broke Jake’s heart in the end by saying that she may be getting back with an ex-boyfriend. This was a nice way to end her story for now since it does not necessarily guarantee a future return, but we’re sure that we will see Missi turn up at least one more time before this is all said and done.
What we really learned from this episode was rather simple, and it doesn’t have much to do with Walden or Alan; rather, we were reminded yet again that Miley is at her best in a studio in front of a live audience, and she would do rather well on an adult sitcom in a full-time role if the writing was good enough. If she could that as well as singing, then that really would be the best of both worlds.
What did you think about this episode, and about Miley’s performance?
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06/05 - 2013 Met Gala
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