DISGUSTING! MILEY’s XXX TWERK JERK

Published on: August 28, 2013
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NationalEnquirer.com

MY, oh, Miley!  Former Disney star Miley Cyrus got down and dirty at the recent MTV Video Music Awards with a XXX-rated rendition of her hit song “We Can’t Stop,” and her antics had stars in the audience cringing, viewers at home disgusted, and watchdog groups fuming!

“The show was rated appropriate for a 14-year-old child, but Miley masturbated herself with a foam finger!” Dan Isett, Director of Public Policy at the Parents Television Council, told The ENQUIRER.

“I don’t think there are an awful lot of parents who’d agree that’s cool for our 14-year-olds!”

Ironically, Miley’s dad, “Achy Breaky Heart” singer Billy Ray Cyrus, is on the advisory board of Isett’s organization!

During her performance, the 20-year-old ex-“Hannah Montana” star stripped off a furry teddy bear bodysuit to reveal a flesh-colored Latex bikini that made her appear naked. Later, Miley did a sleazy bump-and-grind with Robin Thicke while swinging a “No. 1” foam finger suggestively on his body and hers, while he belted out his hit, “Blurred Lines.”

The revolting performance aired live, and had audience members, including pop princess Rihanna, looking confused and appalled.

The jaw-dropping display also prompted an almost immediate backlash on Twitter.

A disgusted Nick Cannon, Mariah Carey’s hubby and “America’s Got Talent” host, posted on his Twitter page: “Remind me to never let my kids into showbiz... Thanks.”

Openly gay figure skater Johnny Weir-Voronov posted: “I’m watching the VMAs and Miley Cyrus has made me so uncomfortable. The WORST thing I have ever seen. Am I too old to understand?”

“Real Time” host Bill Maher said on Twitter: “Haven’t been in a strip club in awhile, but good to see nothing has changed.”

On MSNBC, “Morning Joe” co-anchor Mika Brzezinski called Miley’s performance “really, really disturbing.”

Even actress Brooke Shields, who played “Hannah Montana’s” TV mom, jumped into the fray.

“I want to know who’s advising her and why it’s necessary,” said Shields, who sparked a controversy when she played a child prostitute at age 12 in the 1978 film “Pretty Baby.”

“It’s a bit desperate.”

Monica Cole, director of One Million Moms, a project of the American Family Association, also boarded the Bash Miley bandwagon.

“Miley Cyrus’ so-called ‘performance’ was outrageous and atrocious!” Cole, told The ENQUIRER.

“She was nearly naked, and the sexual nature and choreography of her performance were deplorable.

“Even worse, her booty shaking and the gestures she made with the foam finger were positively pornographic! Miley Cyrus should be ashamed of herself!”

In a formal statement from the Parents Television Council, Isett said: “MTV has once again succeeded in marketing sexually charged messages to young children using former child stars and condom commercials – while falsely rating this program as appropriate for kids as young as 14. This is unacceptable.”