She is in a hot mess, but she doesn't have any regrets. That's Miley on her latest revelation for her MTV documentary "Miley: The Movement," which debuted on Oct 2, 10 p.m. Conceived earlier this year, "The Movement" is a way of promoting the 20-year-old singer's upcoming album "Bangerz," which will be relased on Oct 8. The documentary will be taking fans behind the scenes of Miley's controversial year.
Viewers may have enough of Miley's mostly naked and racially complicated music videos, but fans can't help but stick around and wait for another Miley explosion. She reveals in her documentary that every twerk she made, the barely there outfits and all her crude lyrics were all part of what she calls a "strategic hot mess," her own calculated and ingenious move to take over the world.
For the past four months, the MTV crew has been following the former Diney star to document her remarkable, or maybe drastic, transformation from her lovable and sweet character Hannah Montana to the raunchy, devil-may-care twerking queen. To show how hands on she is with her music, the "We Can't Stop" singer was very involved in the making of her new album, working closely with her producers.
In one part of the documentary, Miley confesses that she is born to entertain. "There's no life for me other than entertaining," she quipped in one interview segment. Her mother, Tish Cyrus, is constantly present. Tish says that her daughter gave up her childhood to follow her dreams, a statement that makes no sense since Miley didn't begin a career in show business without her parent's consent.
The documentary also features how Miley values her fans when she greets them with seemingly genuine enthusiasm after her appearnce in "Good Morning America." The mini movie also features Miley chatting with Britney Spears, as she tells her that she has been a Madonna-like inspiration. Miley also cited the same "moments" that made Britney Spears and Madonna famous.
"Now people really get to see what the movement is all about," the former child star said. "Right now, I still feel like I'm beginning," she added.
"Miley: The Movement" is also packed with cameo appearances of Will I Am and Pharell Williams. Sixty minutes of riveting revelation will not disappoint the pop star's fans.
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