Although already a multi-millionaire from her successful careers as a pop star and TV and movie actress, Miley is now hoping to translate her success as a Disney star into a long-term career. Last night was an undeniable triumph for Miley, who picked up no less than six awards, all voted for by her teenage fans. Tough girl: Miley arrived for the ceremony dressed in lurex and a studded belt. Rock chick: Miley toughened up her image with black leather and hotpants. Share this article Share. Share or comment on this article: Miley Cyrus, 16, shows off her pole dancing skills at Teen Choice Awards.
All the Controversial Topics Miley Cyrus Tackles in Her New Music Video
Miley Cyrus: she posts a video dancing on a pole dance bar and smoking pot! - TRACE
Miley Cyrus ' return to music is here! While the song -- co-written by Cyrus and Ronson -- may be a shout-out to her godmother as it gives off major Dolly Parton vibes, the music video is seemingly all about Cyrus. Nods to her controversial past are hidden in Easter eggs throughout the video's three minutes and 59 seconds. From wrecking balls to stripper poles to Cyrus' Tennesse roots, here's all the imagery you may have missed in "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart.
Miley Cyrus' 'Nothing Breaks Like a Heart' Music Video: All the Easter Eggs & Imagery You Missed
The two siblings are busting some moves in what looks to be a hotel room as the younger Cyrus teaches the singer how to "noie". Miley Cyrus is back to stripping off and flaunting her stuff as she busts a move with her sister. The Wrecking Ball singer opted for black short shorts and a flimsy grey crop-top as her sibling Noah taught her how to "noie" - whatever that is! Although her sister opted for sweatpants and a hoody - still baring her midriff - Miley's top left little to the imagination.
It also depicts controversial scenes showing kids and guns, strippers, religious figures and symbolism and more. The scene is a call balk to the time conservatives slammed Cyrus for appearing to dance around a stripper pole at the Teen Choice Awards. Note the mock Fox News channel. The video features Jesus symbolism at the end, along with another "Wrecking Ball" easter egg—Cyrus stands on top of the cinder blocks she previously smashed.