10:48 pm - 04/27/2008


the ~scandalous~ pic and the caption that vanity fair chose to put by it

Miley Knows Best
It’s my favorite show! I love it!” says 15-year-old Miley Cyrus, speaking of Sex and the City over spinach-artichoke dip in a dingy Toluca Lake restaurant that for some reason, possibly native to the San Fernando Valley, is divided between cheerful families enjoying Saturday lunches and a glum row of barflies passing time by watching I-don’t-know-what on ESPN Classic. The restaurant was Cyrus’s choice. She loves the dip and the turkey-melt sandwich. She’s here with her mother, Tish, her eight-year-old sister, Noah, and somewhere between a dozen and two dozen paparazzi, who followed the Cyruses from their nearby home and are now waiting for Miley in the restaurant’s parking lot. Noah, curiously, looks like Dakota Fanning.

But back to Sex and the City. Miley says her Disney Channel sitcom, Hannah Montana, in which she plays a schoolgirl with a secret life as a rock star, is patterned in part after the former HBO series about women looking for love and hookups in Manhattan. “Obviously not the scenarios,” she explains quickly. “But if you watch Sex and the City, like the way the friends are, the way that it’s dry and they all have distinct characters—that’s a thing we try to do on our show.”

She’s earnest and sincere about her work—distinct characters are a good thing—and it’s always nice to see a young star give a shout-out to her forebears. (She’s also an I Love Lucy fan.) That said, I can’t imagine that her minders at the Walt Disney Company want to see Miley Cyrus’s name anywhere near the word “sex,” not in an era when every under-age actress in Hollywood is stalked by the Ghost of Britney Future. And not when so much money is riding on this one’s continued public innocence. Condé Nast Portfolio magazine recently estimated that Cyrus is “on track” to be worth $1 billion by the time she’s 18. I’m guessing that seriously overestimates her personal cut of the Hannah Montana pie. Still, she might very well be the biggest child star since Shirley Temple, give or take a couple of Macaulay Culkin movies, or an Olsen twin. Certainly she’s the biggest since Lindsay Lohan earned the right to vote and go to war.
Miley Cyrus

Twelve-year-old Abigail Breslin might have an Oscar nomination, but Cyrus has stats. Hannah Montana is the Disney Channel’s current crown jewel: its ratings for its target audience, kids ages 6 to 14, are second only to American Idol’s. Cyrus also has two multi-platinum records to her name (well, one to Hannah’s name and one, a double album, co-credited to Hannah and Miley) and is the youngest performer to have two No. 1 albums within 12 months. Her recent concert tour sold out 70 dates across North America and caused an uproar when tickets started being scalped for thousands of dollars, in some cases. (Try getting that for your spare High School Musical: The Ice Tour ticket.) The subsequent cash-in film, Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert, released in 3-D, set several records, including highest-grossing release on a Super Bowl weekend ($31.1 million) and highest per-screen average ever ($45,561); those numbers are either because of or despite the fact that tickets to Cyrus’s film were sold at the inflated price of $15, on average.

Oh, and you can also buy Hannah Montana sheets and MP3 players and all kinds of junk.

Her success isn’t a fluke. Cyrus is cute, but not too cute, and she sings with more character than most pop stars her age—you could imagine her voice, with its natural husk and its twang from her native Tennessee, turning into Lucinda Williams’s someday, if she plays her cards right. (Maybe.) And thanks to her comic timing and easy rapport with her dad, the country-music star Billy Ray Cyrus, who plays her father on TV, Hannah Montana is on occasion actually kind of funny, at least in comparison with That’s So Raven or The Suite Life of Zack & Cody. Or The Brady Bunch, for that matter.

The series premiered in March 2006, was an instant hit, and what with everything else going on, Cyrus says, she hasn’t had more than a day off since Christmas 2006 and doesn’t expect to get another break until at least this Christmas. She hasn’t been in regular school since the sixth grade; she’s in 10th grade now, tutored on set or on the road for three hours a day. At least she doesn’t have homework. (And come to think of it, if you add time spent on homework, my grade-school kids slog through longer days than the maximum eight hours of work and school that tween performers are allotted by state law in California.) Cyrus says she loves what she does, but there are drawbacks. “I miss the social part, for sure,” she says of traditional brick-and-mortar schooling. She makes friends at her dance classes.

Today she’s wearing a pale-yellow, vaguely peasant-y T-shirt blouse, a pair of expensive-looking jeans, and chipped black nail polish. She talks fast and efficiently, like Rosalind Russell in His Girl Friday; maybe this is a by-product of growing up around agents. (Cyrus has been acting professionally since the age of eight, when she talked her way into a recurring part on Doc, an earlier show of her father’s.) And yet her appeal as Hannah Montana, and as Hannah’s alter ego on the show, Miley Stewart, is that she presents as a grounded, relatively normal kid; show business hasn’t turned Miley Stewart’s head, made her into a diva—it’s more like a kick, another fun thing for a kid to do after school, like being good at soccer or art, but much cooler. Cyrus projects that unaffectedness in real life as well. She also seems to have very clear ideas about things. In fact, her focus and self-possession can be a bit scary. Are 15-year-olds supposed to feel comfortable in their own skin?

I ask a dumb question—I’m sorry, it’s hard to interview a teenager; they’re intimidating—about whose career trajectory she’d like to follow. Her answer is a deft amalgam of showbiz savvy and girl-power mantra: “Before, I’d say like Hilary Duff”—the star of Disney’s Lizzie McGuire—“or this person or that person. But there can’t be a thousand Hilary Duffs. Then that doesn’t make Hilary special. And there can’t be a thousand Miley Cyruses, or that doesn’t make me special. That’s what a star is: they’re different. A celebrity is different. So, no, mostly I want to make my own path.”

It was the frenzy surrounding the concert tour last fall and winter that brought her to adult consciousness. The frenzy also brought increased media attention, and the paparazzi camped out round the clock in front of the Cyrus family’s gated home. “Sometimes there’ll be like 40,” Miley says. “Sometimes 20, sometimes 30. Sometimes two. I’ll stop and I’ll do the picture. It’s really funny. They’ll buy our dinner and whatever. We’ve become friends.” Still, it can’t be easy to be under constant scrutiny at an age when most kids have a hard enough time dealing with mirrors, but Cyrus shrugs it off.

“The good thing about Miley is just last week the paparazzi shot her scarfing down French fries and they had that in every magazine, and she’s really great about that,” her mom calls out from a nearby table, where she and Noah are cooling their heels. (It’s as if they’ve dropped Miley off for soccer practice.) “She just laughs about it,” Tish continues.

“I like French fries,” says Miley.

Before I met Cyrus, an editor at a tabloid told me that all the celebrity weeklies have been ratcheting up their focus on her. With Lindsay Lohan rehabbed and Britney Spears under psychiatric care, the tabs are looking to Cyrus to flame out, or at least do something mildly outrageous. In December, some pictures made it onto the Net showing Cyrus and a girlfriend sharing what looks like a Twizzler and almost kissing, prompting a brief, halfhearted spate of “lezzie” rumors. Silly. But still, I ask, did she feel betrayed that someone, presumably a friend, had posted the pictures?

“It was me,” she says, “on my MySpace. For me, I was like, That’s two girls—it’s not a big deal. But they got spread around. Like someone copied and pasted and said, Omigod, look at this, and blah blah blah. I was just like it didn’t affect me. Everyone’s like, Maybe she’ll learn her lesson this time. Nope.” If she had been chewing gum, this could have been nicely underscored with a snap.

But doesn’t she ever feel enormous pressure, what with a supposedly billion-dollar business resting on her shoulders? And, come on, it’s Disney. Doesn’t she have to watch herself constantly?

“Not really. That’s what my parents are for. They’re there to take care of that, and I can just do what I love.”

But what if she wants to get shitfaced sometime, or pregnant? Actually, I don’t ask that. But I do ask if the “people around you” worry about the Spears-Lohan precedent.

“No, cuz I mean—everyone has their time. And I think most 21- to 25-year-olds go through this kind of thing. It’s just not on a platform—you know what I mean? Basically, they’re being normal 21-year-olds, especially Lindsay. I mean, most of that’s pretty normal. If you went to most high schools, I could point out Britneys and Lindsays.” She could point out the real ones too: she knows both and says they talk from time to time, which is another thing that I can’t imagine her minders at Disney want to hear. “Yeah,” she continues. “I guess that’s why I’m so adamant about the Britneys and Lindsays and whatever, because I know those people and I know they have good hearts and they’re struggling.”

You seem so well adjusted, I say, which is probably the worst thing an adult can tell a 15-year-old.

“That’s just my personality. I don’t get shaken or stirred up over anything. Which can be a problem sometimes. I’m just, like, so no emotions. I just don’t let things faze me. I’m very much like my dad. My dad’s like this.” True, it must be useful to have a father who weathered ridicule for both “Achy Breaky Heart,” his 1992 hit, and his mullet haircut of the same period.
Miley Cyrus

The real question is: How do you grow up in public, both as a person and as a commodity? For every Jodie Foster or Brooke Shields there are a dozen Gary Colemans. Michael Jackson’s face speaks volumes. So did Judy Garland’s medicine cabinet. In Cyrus’s case, there has been a concerted effort, on the commodity side, to slowly draw her out from under Hannah’s shadow. A full Miley album will be released this summer and a Hannah Montana feature film, to be shot in Nashville, will mostly focus on “the Miley side of life,” as she puts it. And though the pose was Annie Leibovitz’s idea, the topless but demure portrait accompanying this article could be seen as another baby step, as it were, toward a more mature profile. “I think it’s really artsy,” Cyrus says. “It wasn’t in a skanky way.… And you can’t say no to Annie. She’s so cute. She gets this puppy-dog look and you’re like, O.K.”

It’s time to go. A couple of creeps have materialized at the back of the restaurant with a stack of glossy photos they want Cyrus to sign, presumably destined for eBay, but she grants them several swipes of a proffered pen. Outside, in the parking lot, the paparazzi start snapping away. Cyrus strikes a few poses, flashing a peace sign, obliging someone else with an over-the-shoulder smile. Suddenly, in the glare of both sun and flash, she doesn’t look at all like a kid but rather a well-drilled pro hitting her marks, which, obviously, is what she is.

The Cyruses get into their S.U.V. and drive away, headed to a recording studio. The paparazzi pile into their cars for the chase. I ask one how great a meal ticket Miley is, really.

“She’s not Britney,” he says, “but she’s up there.”

your opinon of the photos

totally fine
kind of gross, but not ~scandalous~
pretty bad
borderline incest
why dont you have a seat over there
shes just being miley
kerrence 28th-Apr-2008 05:54 am (UTC)
I just read this. I think Miley is a damn robot.
tj Her back reminds me of this:28th-Apr-2008 04:41 pm (UTC)
mrmagazine 28th-Apr-2008 05:54 am (UTC)
who gives a fuck. they're not bad at all.
mysocalledlif3 28th-Apr-2008 07:36 am (UTC)
ugh i agree.. everyones freaking out.. i mean, you don't even see anything. Shes covered, its like as thought she was wearing a tube top. god. everyone needs to relax.
tr3ndyy 28th-Apr-2008 07:54 pm (UTC)
thats what i think.
7950 28th-Apr-2008 05:55 am (UTC)
they should at least have put some sort of undershirt on, even a gauzey, nightwear-ish thing. the rest of the pics are actually pretty okay, but COME ON. even if it was going to be ~artistic~, it's still a topless pic of a 15 year old girl.
suzycat 28th-Apr-2008 06:24 am (UTC)
But it's not topless. It's BACKLESS.
claire_noel 28th-Apr-2008 06:30 am (UTC)
i guess cause it looks sexy as if she just got done smashing and is covering up after a wild time but still wants moar. maybe if it were actually a backless top and not a blanket it wouldn't have been so bad??? idk lol
sydnay 28th-Apr-2008 02:19 pm (UTC)
yeah, but when you sit up in bed post-sex, don't you sometimes pull the sheet around you like that? that's what the pose reminds me of.
x_sekhmet_x 28th-Apr-2008 08:49 pm (UTC)
top·less (tŏp'lĭs) pronunciation

1. Having no top: a collection of topless jars.
1. Having no part covering the breasts: a topless bathing suit.
2. Wearing no top: topless dancers.
3. Permitting or featuring exposure of the breasts: a topless beach; topless bars.
3. So high as to appear to extend out of sight: the topless Alps.
chaseyourself 28th-Apr-2008 10:18 am (UTC)
solitune 28th-Apr-2008 11:24 am (UTC)
kr1stina09x 28th-Apr-2008 05:55 am (UTC)
i need to go to bed. i don't even think they're bad but i made this.

elation 28th-Apr-2008 06:00 am (UTC)
lmao win
allhopelost88 28th-Apr-2008 06:02 am (UTC)
ohmygod, i think i just died.
claire_noel 28th-Apr-2008 06:31 am (UTC)
diosabellissima 28th-Apr-2008 06:49 am (UTC)
Can I steal this, mah bb?
kr1stina09x 28th-Apr-2008 06:51 am (UTC)
go right ahead, bb.
tteenangstt 28th-Apr-2008 06:49 am (UTC)
mellieebelliee 28th-Apr-2008 06:52 am (UTC)
Love it.
rhapsodeeinblue 28th-Apr-2008 07:08 am (UTC)
Maybe it's because it's 3 AM and I really need sleep, but I'm LOLing.
diapergenie 28th-Apr-2008 12:18 pm (UTC)
I lol'ed into my coffee.
lexy_ 28th-Apr-2008 05:55 am (UTC)
This may have already been discussed, but there were too many comments to go through, so: Why is her hair and makeup perfectly done in all the other photos but all mussed up here?
snnat17 28th-Apr-2008 06:00 am (UTC)
I guess that's the style of the "theme" they were aiming for...
lalameanslove 28th-Apr-2008 06:01 am (UTC)
that's what I was wondering too.
bitterspinster 28th-Apr-2008 06:12 am (UTC)
because they wanted her to look freshly fucked.

Skeevy fuckers.
the_spin 28th-Apr-2008 11:17 am (UTC)
Agreed; that's what's creepy about the pic to me, not the fact that she's topless. The hair and make-up is clearly code for post-fuckathon.
miss_splendid 28th-Apr-2008 06:22 am (UTC)
The sheet is also lower in this one in comparison to the behind the scenes. Unless they changed it up after those pictures were taken?
claire_noel 28th-Apr-2008 06:31 am (UTC)
you know why ;-)
mellieebelliee 28th-Apr-2008 06:53 am (UTC)
Cause she just got fucked.

rhapsodeeinblue 28th-Apr-2008 07:09 am (UTC)
They probably photoshopped it.
la_bellavidaxo 28th-Apr-2008 12:59 pm (UTC)
because she's hawt like that

mon_robot 28th-Apr-2008 01:44 pm (UTC)
IKR. If she'd had it in an elegant bun or something, I think the pictures would be far less disturbing.
daydreamrachey 28th-Apr-2008 05:55 am (UTC)
this article is really confusing. can you put your personal comments throughout in italics or something? it seems to be going back and forth from underline to big, to bold.
oh_sailor 28th-Apr-2008 06:42 am (UTC)
there are no personal comments?
daydreamrachey 28th-Apr-2008 06:58 am (UTC)
nvm, i later realized that the sarcasm and rude comments were in the article itself. my bad.
bizarrre 28th-Apr-2008 05:55 am (UTC)
LOL. did she seriously just say that "Hannah Montana" was like "Sex and the city?" and her mom lets her watch that show? seriously?
mellieebelliee 28th-Apr-2008 08:33 am (UTC)
Ya, got to be honest I don't see how the two are similar. AT ALL.
trendreject 28th-Apr-2008 09:37 am (UTC)
Seriously when I was sixteen (wow only a year ago almost two :D ) my mom wouldn't let me be in the kitchen while she was watching it in the living room. She made me go upstairs. :[ I felt so left out.
diana_molloy 28th-Apr-2008 11:14 am (UTC)
i watched it in 'secret'. My mom never said I couldn't, she didn't know the show existed, and i went by the if you don't say no i'm not doing anything wrong
lemonsherry 28th-Apr-2008 02:13 pm (UTC)
me too! my mom would be like 'this show is not for you, gtfo of the room'.
diapergenie 28th-Apr-2008 12:20 pm (UTC)
You beat me to the punch. I was what the hell does Hannah Montana and Sex and the City have in common.

sabamfa 28th-Apr-2008 12:24 pm (UTC)
1. I agree they aren't similar.

2. There are now toned down versions of SATC on basic cable.

3. When I was in HS, everyone had SATC parties, complete with virgin(or sometimes not virgin...) cosmos. And that was when SATC was only on HBO and was much racier (I'm 22). No ones parents cared.
somefantastic 28th-Apr-2008 02:29 pm (UTC)
My mom and my sister used to watch it together when my sister was like 15 or 16. I always thought it was fucked up, but they were both like "if anyone gets uncomfortable, they can just leave."

I don't even like to watch SATC with friends sometimes.
love_shipper 28th-Apr-2008 10:22 pm (UTC)
idk, I was 15 when I started watching it too, I think. But here we have a teen magazine in which they answer questions about sex, so whatever lol.
velvetunicorn 28th-Apr-2008 05:55 am (UTC)
i don't know what's more disturbing: the fact that there are WAY too many posts on this topic & miley in general or the fact that she loves satc. Seriously at 15 she probably doesn't get 95% of it. At least I hope she doesn't.
bizarrre 28th-Apr-2008 05:58 am (UTC)
well in her defense, she probably watches the TBS or CW reruns which are edited to an extreme, but still no kid should be watching it or admitting it in front of her mother. I got scared when my mom found out that i watch it and im 19! lol
lady_lockhart 28th-Apr-2008 06:01 am (UTC)
lol I change the channel whenever my parents are in the room.
_urbanista 28th-Apr-2008 06:01 am (UTC)
i'm 18 and i don't see myself telling my mother i watch SATC, lol.
mellieebelliee 28th-Apr-2008 08:34 am (UTC)
I told my mom is was "too young" for her and she wouldn't understand.

It's getting back at her for always telling me things were "too old" for me when I was a kid. hahaha.
desert__moon 28th-Apr-2008 08:44 am (UTC)
LOL, I'm old. I tried getting my mom to watch it but she wouldn't. She doesn't think it's funny. The old prude. But she did get me one of the seasons on DVD!
velvetunicorn 28th-Apr-2008 05:34 pm (UTC)
that's true. when I was in high school my so called life & dawson's creek were scandalous. and they still had a lot of sex content. I don't know why anyone in high school would want to watch a show about a bunch of 40 year olds running around NY. I love it but when I was 15 I definitely would have passed.
genoworld 28th-Apr-2008 05:59 am (UTC)
Reminds me of being 10 and watching Clueless all the time, and then a few years back I revisited it and actually understood everything. It was a totally different movie once I understood everything lol.
lolzerz 28th-Apr-2008 05:59 am (UTC)
are you kidding me? i think i first started watching it at 14 and i understood it all. teenagers are definitely not sheltered from that kind of stuff.
snowfall36 28th-Apr-2008 06:00 am (UTC)
lol, I don't know what it is but I used to watch SATC when I was 15/16 and understood it all (of course I had to watch them online so my parents didn't know I was watching it), but now when I think about other 15 year olds watching it I wonder "Do they get any of it?" "Do they understand the funky spunk episode?" "SHOULD THEY REALLY BE WATCHING THAT?!"

Edited at 2008-04-28 06:01 am (UTC)
vintagerose 28th-Apr-2008 06:02 am (UTC)
unclecraig 28th-Apr-2008 06:13 am (UTC)
jesus christ 15 year olds are really not that sheltered. and it doesnt make them 'slutty' or whatever if they watch/understand it
miss_splendid 28th-Apr-2008 06:31 am (UTC)
I would not have been allowed to watch it when I was that age but my parents were very strict.

And I seriously doubt she understands SATC. She probably think it's a "cool" show because it talks about adult stuff. She is 15, and like most kids her age, they think they know everything when, in reality, they don't.
oh_sailor 28th-Apr-2008 06:45 am (UTC)
okay now everyone is going too far; kids are doing a lot more than watching sex and the city at 15 and it isn't a new development. in fact movies were a lot more open about it in the 70s/80s. i'm not saying it's right but come on it's a tv show. there's nothing "disturbing" about it. give me a break. 15 isn't as young as you think it is.
thatsaid 28th-Apr-2008 07:01 am (UTC)
eh, idk, i saw SATC way earlier than 15.

of course, at the time i thought i was being super scandalous, and that it was like the equality of porn. of course, i quickly found out that it wasn't such a big deal.

and my parents didn't care at all.
rhapsodeeinblue 28th-Apr-2008 07:13 am (UTC)
TBH when I was 15/16 I remember being in the gym locker room and hearing all the prepsters/"popular" girls talking about SATC and about their own sexual experiences all the time (and being really specific, too, like talking about the sounds they and their boyfriends made while orgasming). I was pretty much a child myself (late bloomer) but I was definitely not the norm; 15 may be relatively young, but it's the reality - 15-year-olds aren't as sheltered as you think, and they do "get it."
missklutz16 28th-Apr-2008 07:36 am (UTC)
i can't comment on her favourite show being SATC, when i was 15 my favourite show was queer as folk. i've never seen SATC, but i'm assuming qaf was waaaaay more graphic. :/
chung_____chung 28th-Apr-2008 08:00 am (UTC)
I watched it at that age every now and then. And I watched QaF when I was in HS.

that doesn't really bother me, its just a show.
x_spinfaster 28th-Apr-2008 08:19 am (UTC)
that's going kind of far.. i hadn't even kissed a guy at 15, but i could still understand all the stuff in that show.

15 = sophomore/junior in hs. you can bet that most high schoolers, even the nerdy ones, are well-versed in this stuff.
sabamfa 28th-Apr-2008 12:32 pm (UTC)
Are you serious?

I don't know where some people in this community grew up or how far removed they are from their high school years (age-wise), but jesus. When I was in high school, no one had a problem understanding anything in SATC. I mean, because of people with older siblings and whatnot, I knew what a BJ was when I was eight.

And don't everyone start the "slut" comments and the "that's sad" comments and whatnot....I was a "good girl". Kids just aren't as lost and naive as some people think.
southernmanners 28th-Apr-2008 04:26 pm (UTC)
im sure she does.
love_shipper 28th-Apr-2008 10:39 pm (UTC)
I watched it when I was around 15 too and got a lot of what was implied and shown.
I mean really, it's not that big of a deal.
And I even watched it with my mum (or my older sister), it was like our weekly ritual lol.
goldenchains 28th-Apr-2008 05:55 am (UTC)
yall r u jus jelis
numb_crystal 28th-Apr-2008 05:56 am (UTC)
wow and we were sick of britney posts back in the day
thelittlevoice 28th-Apr-2008 05:59 am (UTC)
Lol. If you can find one that hasn't been posted, I will gladly approve it.
kerrence 28th-Apr-2008 06:02 am (UTC)
god, me too
solitune 28th-Apr-2008 11:29 am (UTC)
thelittlevoice 28th-Apr-2008 05:58 am (UTC)
I was holding out on approving this. I wish someone would have just consolidated stuff, tbh, instead of posting things in bits and pieces. :-/ But at least it has a poll to make it interesting. *shrugs*

Anyway, hopefully new stuff comes in the queue for me to approve so we can finally push these things down.
vintagerose 28th-Apr-2008 06:05 am (UTC)
Seriously, I need her to rob a Starbucks right about now.
lisa7773 28th-Apr-2008 05:56 am (UTC)
But back to Sex and the City. Miley says her Disney Channel sitcom, Hannah Montana, in which she plays a schoolgirl with a secret life as a rock star, is patterned in part after the former HBO series about women looking for love and hookups in Manhattan."

she should have her pr person with her at all times
numb_crystal 28th-Apr-2008 06:02 am (UTC)
lol that doesn't even make sense. how is a bunch of women dealing with relationships/sex the same as hannah montana?
thebunnybugs 28th-Apr-2008 06:03 am (UTC)
LOL ia
smithy46 28th-Apr-2008 06:27 am (UTC)
lol.. she's so stupid.
miss_splendid 28th-Apr-2008 06:23 am (UTC)
That's because the $$ signs were blocking his view.
hunnichild 28th-Apr-2008 08:01 am (UTC)
I think I read that her parents left right before they took that picture but her grandma and tutor were still there.
scaredsquee 28th-Apr-2008 06:21 am (UTC)
you can't even see sideboob, either.
pythianlegume7 28th-Apr-2008 06:32 am (UTC)
exactly. Idg why this is such a big deal.
golden_helikaon 29th-Apr-2008 09:13 am (UTC)
I don't think that one's a huge deal like people are making it out to be. The one of her and Billy Ray, on the other hand, is a tad too creepy for a father and daughter.
snowfall36 28th-Apr-2008 05:57 am (UTC)
The only reason I think these pictures are bad at all (and its just a bit) is because shes 15 and I can only imagine that if she's doing this now I can't imagine what she'll be doing in 10 years. If she's still around then.
letsjusttouch 28th-Apr-2008 06:26 am (UTC)
She'll have a Marilyn Monroe photoshoot for her 18th birthday, calling it.
jadore_histoire 28th-Apr-2008 04:04 pm (UTC)
And Lindsay Lohan will throw a fit and accuse her of copying her lol.
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