Legend M finally officially drops the music video for the lead single of the first EP of the "She Is Miley Cyrus" trilogy - She Is Coming.
Paying homage to her mother Tish Cyrus, the video also prominently features a variety of feminist themes and feminist personalities as well as paying homage to Britney motherfuckin Spears.
Featured models, athletes and activists below the cut:
Featured in the video:
Vendela - Brazilian-Swede model
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“I’ve been asked why I shaved my head, “you were so pretty with your long hair”. I’ve been asked why I pose nude, “it might hurt your career”. I’ve been told I need to smile more, “don’t be so serious”. What people don’t realize is that I do all this because I want to. It’s simple. I’m not afraid to be who I am and not who society says I should be as a woman. I don’t conform to the norms. Never be afraid to speak with your own voice and form your own opinions. Do whatever YOU feel like doing and whatever makes YOU happy. Empower yourself. Even better, let’s empower each other.” – Vendela @vendela
Amazon Ashley - Dancer
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“Sometimes I feel so helpless and discouraged because there is so much injustice discrimination and hatred in the world we live in...and now in particular under our current administration this dilemma is magnified tenfold! However I still believe there is hope!! We’re living in dark times but “this too shall pass”!! I pray that goodness will win and darkness won’t prevail!!” – Amazon Ashley @theofficialamazonashley
Lacey Baker - Queer Professional Skateboarder
Casil McArthur - Trans male model
Aaron Phillip - Antiguan-American differently abled trans black woman
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“As a black girl in a wheelchair who happens to be trans - I just want to have a good life and do good in whatever my endeavors consist of, regardless of what that might mean in the face of oppression. I do not identify or label myself as an activist, but that’s just because I care- and I think everyone should, activist or not. I fight for my freedom by being myself.” – Aaron Philip @aaron___philip
Melanie Sierra (MelaMurder) - Performance Artist
“I had to fight my entire life to be seen and heard. I never felt prepared for the world. I never understood the significance of having self-worth. It was never instilled in me. My anxiety silenced me until I finally realized I had to express myself artistically to truly understand what freedom felt like. I had dance I had music I had my words, my voice, my truth and its as if every hardship I experienced in my life lead me to that moment. My voice is my truth and my truth is the blood of my art, it’s the pulse that allows me to fight for myself and for others to always be seen and heard.” – Melanie Sierra @melamurder
Paige Fralix - Dancer and choreographer
Little Miss Flint - Activist Mari Copeny
Angelina Dupilsea - Plus Size Model
“I've always been a fighter. Maybe not always in the most productive way, but fighting for myself, a friend or even for a stranger who is being bullied has always been a part of my personality. Fat acceptance is based on the notion that all fat people, regardless of health, deserve respect. And it's a battle that is fought every day by thousands, including myself. Social media's accessibility allows us to peek in on others living their lives, but too often the conversation turns negative when there are fat bodies involved. People just love to leave awful comments on fat folks photos in order to feel superior and I promise you, not one of these commenters actually cares about the health, family, environment or whatever bullshit reason they give for their vile behavior towards a fat person. And really, how in the hell does health matter in the context of someone just posting a photo of themselves feeling happy and confident? (HINT: it doesn't matter, stop pretending like it does) Next time you see a fat person posting pictures of themselves living their life, stop and ask yourself why you wish to spoil their joy. I guarantee that you can't come up with a valid reason that isn't based in your own ego gratification. Stop it and do better! We humans have a lot to learn, but we can start by fighting our personal biases and permitting people of all genders, races, sexualities, sizes, abilities and health levels to live harassment-free lives. Don't fuck with their freedom to feel happy and beautiful right now, not just when society says it’s ok.” - Angelina Duplisea @anactingangel
Trydryn Scott - Activist
“So pretty much in my every day life I tend to express my freedom through my fashion - it’s like my voice because I don’t like to say too much I like to leave everything open for interpretation. Thankfully i don’t really have to fight for my freedom but for those who do I definitely speak out and continuously rock out for them hoping to inspire the next girl like me. Activism to me is pushing the agenda of staying true to yourself and keeping it G (genuine) – I feel like if I continue to showcase and spread my message/story it’ll reach the masses. Activism is a group effort to keep it simple especially for social change more people should start within before getting involved imo - lots of biased/ skewed beliefs due to social media - start at home! If your words aren’t coming from the heart or a reliable source (not twitter!) who are you helping? Women like me young and old give me the hope to continue the fight for our freedom as dark skin women in the world! #BlackGirlsROCK” - Trydryn Scott
Tish Cyrus - Icon, Momager, Legend
(currently being updated as more info comes out)
Part two of the SHEISMILEYCYRUS trilogy - She is HERE - is rumoured to drop in August.
Miley will also feature on the lead single from the new Charlie's Angels movie "Don't Call Me An Angel" later year with Ariana Grande and Lana Del Rey.
This is the best video of her career imo.
Stream "She is COMING" on Apple Music and Spotify