Great, another straight girl playing gay. It turns on the straight guys, the staright girls think she is cool and the gays buy her record.
IT’s great that she supports gay rights but what about the breeder boys? The Urban sh1t that is thrown up on our t.vs and radios. THey don’t say anything
I’ve never seen anyone kiss like that in my life.
She might mean well, but I hate it when straight people play the faux gay card during these performances. I don’t think it does us any favours at all to be honest. Speak up on our behalf for equality by all means, but these faux gay kisses just make us all look like fools.
Everyone be quiet for a minute. The reason she did this was to poke fun at the adam lambert case, which if any of you read news abroad was really, really big news, even outside the gay community. The kiss was MEANT to look fake and exaggerated. Being from america she probably had the arrogance to believe that everyone here would get it, and everyone who didn’t is probably abit miffed and bewildered.
I don’t think there are many of us who are unaware of the Adam Lambert stage kiss, seeing as it was all over the news. We tend to read the news from around the world, in the whole, far more than most Americans read the international news (and I say this having lived some years in the US as well as other countries besides the UK).
Don’t kid yourself that she was being smart & intellectually sassy with the kiss. Stage kisses happened long before even Adam Lambert’s stage performance, so there was nothing new with this, yet another, faux kiss by a young popster. I stand by my earlier comment on this thread.
Ahh, that’s so unfair !! Couldn’t she had fake-kissed Selena Gomez, or Demi Lovato, or even Emily Osment in a “very special episode” of Hannah Montana ?
Wait, that was a kiss? Looked like more like she was trying to eat the skin off her face.
It’s rather depressing that Miley Cyrus feels the need to wear next to nothing and girate around the stage like a lap dancer to try and present herself as a “serious” pop artist.
Odd how the audience at GAY appreciate an artiste faking a lesbian kiss after having denied that a previous performance on national television was a real kiss with the words “I did nothing wrong”. As in actually kissing another woman is wrong, but its OK to pretend. Where is their solidarity with lesbians?
Oh, right, of course, anyone who rejects men is just, like, crazy, yes?