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Miley Cyrus hospitalized, cancels US concert

Pop star Miley Cyrus has been hospitalized and has had to cancel a concert in the US state of Missouri, the venue said Tuesday. "Cyrus has been hospitalized for a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics and has been placed on medical rest by her doctors," said a statement from the Sprint Center in Kansas City. "She will not be able to perform as scheduled." The former Disney child star turned bad girl was due to take the stage there Tuesday night. Her publicist Meghan Prophet confirmed her absence and hospitalization.

Miley Cyrus makes underwear top prop in new music video

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Miley Cyrus's latest music video, which features the provocative pop singer in just her underwear, leaked online hours before its scheduled release on Thursday, prompting a profane rebuke from the former Disney star. The video for Cyrus's most recent single, "Adore You," shows the singer writhing between bed sheets, sucking her thumb and rubbing her body before putting on a crocheted top and singing in the bath.

Dutch authorities probe Miley Cyrus smoking stunt

Dutch authorities have launched an investigation into whether a smoking ban was violated after US pop star Miley Cyrus lit up what appeared to be a joint on stage during the MTV music awards in Amsterdam. "We received complaints about smoking which was also seen on television. We have to investigate," Tjitte Mastenbroek of the National Food and Consumer Authority (NVWA) told AFP on Tuesday. "We will shortly be meeting the Ziggo Dome's management to check what exactly happened there," he said, referring to the venue.

Cher

Cher may have her ideal burial place all mapped out, but the veteran pop star is far from having one foot in the grave with a new album and feisty views on feminism and the "genius" of Miley Cyrus. At 67, Cher is one of a generation of 1960s performers holding out against retirement -- from the still-touring Rolling Stones to Paul McCartney who has also just finished another album at the age of 71.

Miley Cyrus in tit-for-tat exchange with Sinead O'Connor

Former Disney teen idol turned bad-girl pop star Miley Cyrus hit back Thursday at Sinead O'Connor, rebuffing advice by the Irish singer that she stop prostituting herself for music business bosses. Cyrus, in the headlines repeatedly since her infamous twerking performance at the MTV Video Music Awards show in August, fired off a couple of tweets to O'Connor evoking mental health problems.

Miley Cyrus aimed to 'make history' with video awards performance

By Patricia Reaney NEW YORK (Reuters) - Former Disney star Miley Cyrus says she was out to shock and "make history" and is unapologetic for her raunchy performance at this year's MTV Video Music Awards. In a documentary, "Miley: The Movement," airing on MTV on October 2, the 20-year-old singer and actress comes across as a shrewd, ambitious performer determined to see her single, "We Can't Stop," hit No. 1 and put her roots as the wholesome Disney Channel star of "Hannah Montana" far behind her.

Miley Cyrus bares all for "Wrecking Ball" video

Madrid, Sep 10 (EFE).- American songstress Miley Cyrus premieres Tuesday the video of her new single "Wrecking Ball," in which, with a little bit of nudity and otherwise light on clothes, she continues to distance herself from her old image as a Disney teen star, an evolution she kicked off with her controversial performance at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards. "Wrecking Ball," directed by Terry Richardson, is a cut from the new Cyrus album "Bangerz," which goes on sale Oct. 8, Sony Music said in a statement.

Miley Cyrus responds to MTV VMA fall out: ‘I don't pay attention to the negative'

By Brent Lang LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - Miley Cyrus is not sweating the fall-out from her raunchy performance at the MTV Video Music Awards last week. "I don't pay attention to the negative because I've seen this play out so many times," Cyrus told MTV as part of an upcoming documentary on her life and work. "How many times have we seen this play out in pop music?"

Miley Cyrus re-brands herself with raunchy VMA shocker: A success or major fail?

By Tony Maglio LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - Miley Cyrus knows what she's doing - but that doesn't mean you have to like her, because she probably doesn't care. At least, she's pretending not to. So says Linda Ong, president and brand strategist at TruthCo., a Brooklyn-based company that specializes in creating brands with cultural impact. The firm has worked with networks such as MTV (though not on the Video Music Awards), A&E, ABC and The CW, among others.

Foam finger inventor says Miley Cyrus 'degraded an honorable icon'

By Sara Morrison LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - The man credited with inventing the foam finger - like the one Miley Cyrus brought to the forefront of national attention at Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards - is not her No. 1 fan. Iowa native Steve Chmelar, who created the foam finger prototype in 1971 (which Geral Fauss would later go on to mass produce in 1978), said he didn't like his invention's newfound infamy.
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