Miley Cyrus recants opinion of her nude photo shoot

photo courtesy of Beanstockd

The Disney actress was originally embarrassed when the photos were published last June and called it “a mistake.” Miley, now 16, was only 15 years old when she appeared in the magazine with a photo of only a blanket wrapped around her chest.

But now the “Hannah Montana” star feels different. “Guess I just had to deal with that and just realize that I got to work with an amazing photographer. She was amazing and so talented and her lighting…I would love to work with her again. But I realize I’m just a kid,” she explained.

Ms Cyrus has even discussed ditching performing so she can have a chance to work behind the camera.
“That’s what I want to do with my life. I would love to be a photographer. I want to come to London to study. I hear there are some great art schools here so I would love to do that,” she said.

[From Miley Cyrus: Photographer in the Making]

Darling Miley is back at it again. backpedalling furiously from her original statement that these photographs were a “mistake.” honestly, she can’t decide. I get the feeling that she keeps trying to form her opinion based on what the public wants. her career has apparently been flagging and by raising this can of worms again I think she is hoping to recapture some of the media action. or her PR crew do. either way it’s sort of sad to see. I hope this is her real opinion, I hope she is talking about what she really wants and not just being manipulated yet again by her puppeteers.

my original posts on the subject: media furor over teen nude and more on the nude hannah montana scandal
What Beanstockd has to say on the matter, the comments are particularly hysterical.

One thought on “Miley Cyrus recants opinion of her nude photo shoot

  1. OK Jennie, I’m not an artist, nor an art critic, but having followed this series I have to say, as a man (a pretty normal guy, not a pedophile) that these pics are soft-core kidde porn.

    One pic, privately retained, maybe art. A series of Lolita pictures to promote a teeny-bopper star? Unh, unh.

    She’s pretty, she’s sexy, she’s seductive. No. If sexy pictures of children can be art, then they are. If the’re simply tittilating, then they aren’t. She’s hot and the ‘artist’ is trying to portray her that way. And suceeds.

    Any artist may try to convey an idea with his/her work, but if it is interpreted in a different way then the ‘art’ is a failure. And I’m giving this guy a lot of credit to suggest that he meant to do anything other than to make a kidde sex toy out of her.

    If we put these pics on our website I’d feel that we were being exploitive, no can do.

    I guess we disagree on this one… – Steve

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