Well, I promised no primary talk until post-North Carolina, so Wright is out (I think.) And if I think too much about this horrible Austrian story I'll probably just blow my brains out. (To quote Cordelia Chase: There's not enough yuck in the world.)
So Miley Cyrus it is!
Seriously, this is what the fuss is about? I mean, sure, I guess. But really? Maybe my standards for what counts as "racy" are just jaded from years of Internet use. What's really funny is this line from the VF article:
But doesn’t she ever feel enormous pressure, what with a supposedly billion-dollar business resting on her shoulders? And, come on, it’s Disney. Doesn’t she have to watch herself constantly?For the record, Miley's achy-breaky-dad was at the photo shoot.
“Not really. That’s what my parents are for. They’re there to take care of that, and I can just do what I love.”
Then there's the humour of the Walt Disney corporation -- former employer of Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohan, and Amanda Bynes -- getting all huffy over the
Dear Vanity Fair,
How dare you sexualize an innocent teenage girl! That's our job!
Your very truly,
Walt Disney Corp.