The "Bangerz" tour of former Disney star gone wild, Miley Cyrus, has made become bigger than anyone has imagined as big music stars like Christina Aguilera also watching the much-talked about concert. Like Miley, Christina also made her debut in Hollywood after starring in Disney's Mickey Mouse Club and then later on by releasing her own album. This might have been the reason why she came to the concert since she also had her rebel days after her stint with Disney.
Many criticized the "Bangerz" concert for being too racy since the age group that Miley and her production team were aiming at are teenagers. Christina was also at the same predicament when she had her tour launching her album "Stripped" in 2002. The "Dirrty" singer had to face the same criticisms that Miley is experiencing now.
This creates a kind of understanding between the two and Christina sent a tweet to Miley stating her approval and support for the 21-year-old Pop star. "Cheers from one dirty girl to the next @MileyCyrus...wear em' loud & proud, girl- yes," said Christina as she tweeted a picture of Miley wearing red leather chaps.
She has also worn leather chaps when she went sexy after leaving her sweet Disney image. The tweet from Christina gathered various responses from fans and critics of Miley. Hollywood insiders say she is already passing the legacy to the next "Dirrty" girl.
Christina is only one of the many stars who went to Miley's concert tour in Los Angeles. One direction's Harry Styles and rumoured girlfriend Kendall Jenner was spotted in the concert, according to Yahoo. Kendall was also with her two sisters Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian.
Other stars included Hilary Duff, Joel Madden and Nicole Richie, and Max George of "The Wanted" was also in attendance in the controversial concert, according to the Daily Mail. However, the star who attended that made headlines was Katy Perry after fans witnessed the Pop star lip-locking with the "Adore You" singer.
The "Bangerz" tour has just started last Valentine's Day but has already caused much ruckus. Parents are already flooding the tour's management with concerns. What are we to expect in its next destination?