Miley Cyrus’ provocative twerking display with Robin Thicke created a global sensation. Despite the Blurred Lines singer’s constant denial of any knowledge of her performance during their appearance at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, the Wrecking Ball singer has now contradicted his stance by claiming that Thicke actually desired her to be “as naked as possible” for the show.
During an interview, Miley Cyrus disclosed that Robin Thicke was aware of her plans to twerk during their performance of his hit song Blurred Lines at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards. Surprised by Thicke’s denial of any prior knowledge, Cyrus expressed her disbelief that he could act oblivious to her provocative moves and skimpy flesh-colored outfit despite rehearsing together. To add to the irony, Thicke had even approved her risqué attire before the show and encouraged her to bare as much skin as possible.
The singer had requested that she wear very little clothing during their performance, and reports circulated that his then-wife Paula Patton was upset with him for keeping her in the dark about it. The 22-year-old spoke to the press before hosting the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards and expressed surprise that people were so shocked by their performance. She went on to say that she felt judged by both strangers and friends after the incident.
Miley faced backlash from critics who criticized her for twerking on Robin while donning a flesh-colored latex bikini during the show. Furthermore, she disclosed that people assumed she was under the influence of drugs while performing the song, which was not accurate. Miley plans to recreate her Instagram account at this year’s awards, which some consider unconventional. The organizers informed her that it was her party, and she disclosed that the themes would be ‘psychedelic’ and ‘raw.’ According to her, she wants to bring her Instagram, which is deemed peculiar by many, to life.
Guess who’s making a comeback? That’s right, Miley Cyrus is returning to host the Video Music Awards on Sunday. Get ready for some wild and unforgettable entertainment from this talented artist.
Sharing glimpses of my world is what it’s all about. However, my 2013 twerking performance will not be making an appearance. I don’t want to dwell on the past and make fun of it. During the interview, I was taking breaks to roll some joints, and I confessed that I’m not familiar with many of this year’s nominees – even though I won Video of the Year last year for Wrecking Ball. It’s safe to say that I’m probably the most out-of-touch host in history because I don’t listen to much of this music, plus I don’t have a television. Don’t forget to tune in to MTV at 9 pm this Sunday to catch the Video Music Awards.