Miley Cyrus whips out her multiple grills for Harper’s Bazaar, editor fawns

Miley Cyrus

Here are some photos from Miley Cyrus’ Instagram account that show off her antics in London over the past week or so. She has her mouth hanging open in every single photo but still manages to make it look different every time. I don’t know how she manages to do that, but I guess that will remain one of life’s unsolved mysteries. Usually, I appreciate Miley’s zest for life and excitement for all things, but I gotta admit that this photo — showing Miley lounging about after a Chanel shopping spree — really grates on my nerves. She probably got at least some of this stuff for free, right?

Miley Cyrus

Onto the weird-ass Miley interview of the day, which is with Harper’s Bazaar for an sit-down talk on The Look with host Laura Brown. In this video, Miley talks about her amazing Met Gala dress, throws shade on her former addiction to extensions (as displayed on the February 2010 cover of Bazaar, and then sh-t gets real. Get ready because Miley actually pulls a few grills out of her Louis Vuitton bag. Seriously, and the video clip is below the excerpts:

On her newfound fashion girl status: “It’s kind of just been like an organic thing. As I take more control of my life, people are following that, and I think people are inspired and enjoy seeing someone taking control of what they know that they like. And I think people are wanting to see more of that right now. Are wanting to see someone with a real clear vision of what they are.”

On her fashion idols: “I’ve been obsessed with the Olsen twins since I was five. I’ve seen every movie literally, you can ask me like any movie, and they actually did like a school of fashion when they were like 10 or 11.”

On her 2010 Bazaar spread: “That’s my simple life, yet I have 350 extensions in my hair. It wasn’t real. None of it was ever real. That was not growing out of my head.”

Her Marc Jacobs dress at Met Gala: “That’s one of my favorites. And Marc Jacobs killed it. Literally, I didn’t even try anything else on. He had brought so many dresses for me, and that was it. It was perfect. For me, I felt like I had to do real punk because the night was kind of made for me. I walked in, and like Kate Upton was standing, the first person that I saw, and she wasn’t punk at all. She looked beautiful but wasn’t punk. And [I'm like] ‘Am I the girl at the wrong party right now?’”

What’s in her bag? “I have my grill in here. I don’t know how Harper’s that is. I got three. This is my chic one. ‘Cause it only has the top. And here’s my plain gold. This is when I’m trying to be chill, trying to blend in.”

[From Harper's Bazaar "The Look]

Oh, here’s another little tidbit. Miley has posed nude (with some strategically placed hands and letters) for Marc Jacobs’ “Protect the Skin You’re In” line of t-shirts. You can see the Miley shirt here. Finally, Miley has bestowed the below photo with the following caption: “Gettin fresh with my future moon man ;) #voteforme #vma.” And as ridiculous as her video really is, she’ll probably get one of those damn moon men.

Miley Cyrus

Damn, Miley is excited about this room service. Cute romper.

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus

Photos courtesy of Instagram and WENN

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  1. nc_magnolia says:

    This girl has become SO trashy.

    Derivative, as well. She’s stealing from Madonna, Lady Gaga, Gwen Stefani…please. I was still on her side until the Molly thing, but gurl, grow up.

  2. TheOriginalKitten says:

    LMAO at these teeny bopper calling themselves “punk”. Come on now.

    She does look a million times better without the extensions.

    The grills are embarrassing and in 10 years, she’s gonna look back and cringe, but wh’evs. Young people act silly, it’s just how it is.

  3. Tapioca says:

    “For me, I felt like I had to do real punk”

    Yes, for nothing screams “real punk” as loudly as a $10K Marc Jacobs dress.


  4. Val says:

    She just needs to close her mouth.

  5. Jane says:

    This girl can put on all the Chanel she wants but she will still look like white trash to me. Coco Chanel must be rolling over in her grave right now.

  6. Withoutapaddle says:

    Does she really like the grills or is she just trying to hide the terrible horse teeth she paid $1,000′s for?

  7. Bopit says:

    Chanel? CHANEL!? Please. What could she possibly wear from Chanel — they don’t use mesh or Spandex in their material.

  8. Harpreet says:

    Errgs, this Lara really annoys me, it was the same in her Sofia Vergara interview. She makes the interview about her!

  9. lisa says:


    i just can’t

  10. dina says:

    Her lips/mouth area are just….weird. They keep throwing me off. It just seems weird in some way haha

  11. Itsa Reallyme says:

    ” Are wanting to see someone with a real clear vision of what they are.”

    That’s funny. This child has NO IDEA who she is and it’s blatantly obvious to everyone but her! lol

    Oy, she really needs to hang out with some regular people her own age so they can kind of wrangle her and put her in her place. She has too many enablers in her life.

  12. stevie says:

    Again I am amazed at the utter lack of self awareness that this woman has.

    • Noreen says:

      Agreed. But it comes from being spoiled and coddled and told she was “special” since birth. Don’t forget her real name is Destiny Hope. That’s the kind of name raging egomaniacs give their child so she can grow up to become a self-aggrandizing egomaniac, too.

      • blaize says:

        To me she doesn’t seem any more spoiled, coddled, or egomaniacal than her contemporaries. Her brand of egomaniacal seems to be of the “I just want to have fun, and those who try to stop me are uptight and obviously just don’t get it’ variety. Which is an attitude I can definitely relate to.

  13. QQ says:

    I made it to 0:56

    He face is 100% punchable but that Lot lizard on a two pack a day habit Voice?!! Godawful

  14. Tania says:

    Eh. Your 20′s are for making stupid mistakes, trying daring looks and figuring your stuff out. 10 years from now she’ll probably be doing the Drew/Goop thing, married, new mom, lifestyle industry.

  15. Nessa says:

    Why is this girl so desperate for attention? I don’t get why she has to go to these lengths to feel relevant. She can do so much better, if she had a shred of dignity. My goodness gracious… I feel so old!

  16. judyjudy says:

    Hey Miley, we get it…you have a tongue. Now put it behind your crazy teefs.

  17. UsedToBeLulu says:

    Sheesh, nice gun earrings. Ever classy, our Miley.

  18. Eleonor says:

    I’ve never ever heard her talking, never saw Hannah Montana, what’s with her accent?? It sounds weird to me.
    BTW Madonna was licking that moonman when Miley was wearing diapers,and she never looked that desperate. so bitch please.

  19. Lisa says:

    Poor girl doesn’t know she’s white.

  20. Nicolette says:

    Can she please put her tongue back in her trap and shut it already?

  21. pantalones en fuego says:

    Shut up Miley!

  22. TheOneAndOnlyOnly says:

    Why is this trailer park chipmunk even being interviewed, if she’s so down with her “music” then when does she have time to actually, you know practice it, with all this famewhoring; This is an example of our saturated media world having more time than real stories to cover.

  23. kim says:

    Hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahahahahahaha
    Her mouth is always open because of her nasal issues, which makes the fact that she has a musical career hilarious! She better pray on a pair of mouse ears and sleep with a plush mickey bc there is no way she would have been signed without her montana gig! That’s why I hate hearing her talk abiut “paying her dues”. She believes she is talented. SHe’s done peaked 5 years ago and has to do all this ridiculous bs to stay in the mags and pay high prices to get certain people to work with her. Its like she’s buying fame and we know it. Pathetic and not sexy.

  24. MeowuiRose says:

    She looked like Anjelica’s doll from The Rugrats at The Met. I can’t lie…I find her music catchy and fun to dance to.

  25. Noreen says:

    She really is a repulsive little try-hard thing.

  26. InvaderTak says:

    They look the same age. And please shut up about punk. The Met Gala was “made for her”? No words. Just shuuuut uppp…

    her teeth. Good god. Why does she not fix that? Your “really good dentist” lied. Faked his credentials, something.

    And aren’t grills just fancy retainers? Why does that make you cool?

  27. Jaswell says:

    Miley is trying wayyy too hard. I feel sorry for Liam unless he like a trashy girl friend that you can’t take home to family functions.

  28. diva says:

    Maybe if we start not paying attention to her she’ll go away

  29. Noreen says:

    That video. OMG. Her teeth. Her voice. HORRENDOUS little try-hard.

    Marc Jacobs: “Everything’s got a big M on it. Marc said he did that for me.”
    The Met Gala: “That night was kinda made for me.”
    On her teeth: “I have a great dentist.”
    On her former image: “None of that was real.”

    Everything is ME ME ME, I I I.

    Oh honey, THIS isn’t real either, you pretentious little freak.

  30. Lucy says:

    Oh God, she mispronounced Moschino.. after talking about her huge knowledge of fashion

  31. Talie says:

    If her voice sounded different, she’d probably be at least semi-charming.

  32. Lucy2 says:

    Don’t we already have 1 Rihanna? We don’t need another.

  33. Kelly says:

    Move over Gwyneth, you have some competition in the category “INSUFFERABLE”.

  34. Ennie says:

    A parody of her video. The lyrics are spot on! Warning, stop watching after Liam appears.

  35. blaize says:

    I like that Hollywood offers a colorful variety. Not all of it’s starlets are the same. You’ve got the calm, ladylike girls like Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson, and Taylor Swift, (even though I don’t like Taylor) you’ve got wilder, more free-spirited starlets who like parties and clearly don’t give a damn about being ‘ladylike’ and want us to know it, and then you’ve got a whole bunch of people who are all kinds of different things in between.

    Some people want only one of those types to be the acceptable ideal, and can’t stand anything else, but imagine how boring that would be?

    • Ennie says:

      Jennifer is not that ladylike, she is pretty and girly, but does not project a fakeish vibe, like IMO, Selena or Taylor Swift, who are also not perfect, and have showed it clearly with their boyfriend antics and choices.
      If it is image what you are saying, I agree, there must be variety. I like Miley to an extent. Somewhere after the Met gala, she lost me. She is getting too thin, speaking of drugs in her lyrics, trying too hard with her tongue, clothes and poses… She is getting to the other extreme of fakeness comparing her to the ladylike girls.
      She says that who she was before was not her, I get it, she was faking it then, and now she’s acting up in order of shocking people, like Madonna used to do. I liked her just not this trashy extreme.
      I think she is going the Justin Bieber way of trying to shake her image and appear grown up, but it is the wrong way. She is not hopeless, though. If only she toned it down a bit, or had real talent.

      • blaize says:

        Yeah, I agree that she looked better when she wasn’t as thin. She has used the fact that she’s legal now and has ‘grown up’ as an artist as her justification for sing a song with a reference to Molly. On one hand she’s right: she would have never been able to sing a song with a drug reference when she was 14 and on Disney. She’s saying that since she’s not a Disney tween anymore, she should be allowed to do the things that Madonna, Lady Gaga, and Pink have done without people getting all pearl-clutchy about it. On that I agree with her. And I do think that our society should allow free speech when it comes to drugs, which means that people should be allowed to express other opinions about drugs besides the politically correct one: Drugs are bad. Those opinions should be able to be expressed in speeches, in essays, and in song lyrics. She is not the first artist to do this, and she won’t be the last. Certain other singers have gotten a pass with the drug thing because they’re seen as real and everybody loves them. (I don’t think I need to name names) But on the other hand, I don’t really associate a drug reference with being ‘grown up’ as an artist. Come on, Ke$ha could sing a song about it.

        Yes, the tongue-thing and grills are try-hard and unattractive. A lot of (but definitely not all of) her fashion statements are unattractive. But those things are harmless fun. Why shouldn’t she be able to experiment with different styles and wear whatever catches her eye, even if it looks ridiculous and it’s not ‘classy’. I think everyone should be able to enjoy that :)

  36. Lisa says:

    Let her live – she isn’t hurting anyone – why are we are so critical of each other?

    • Nina W says:

      I’m fine with Miley but when you put yourself out there in the public eye people are going to talk about you. Maybe there is too much snark and criticism but most people are just expressing their opinions about what Miley says and does. If she didn’t want to be talked about, she would pick another profession and lifestyle. If you don’t want to read what people think about her don’t read the comments, this is CeleBITCHY after all.

      • thebutlerdidit says:

        But is calling a 20 yr old, “white trash,” “trailer (she grew up in mansions, so, stupid comparison) trash,” “skanky, slutty,” “ugly,” etc., really “bitchy?” It comes off as petty and nasty, to me. Sometimes it appears that if its someone the gang likes, any negative comments are considered an affront but if the majority doesn’t like them, then its a full on pile on, with only a few dissenters. I must not understand where the line is…

      • blaize says:

        @thebutlerdidit: Exactly. A person is free to give opinions, but when a person wants to go into Odd girl Out territory, they need to be prepared for the well-deserved criticism that they’re going to get for their commentary. I don’t care if we’re talking about a celebrity who has slept with 100 people within her lifetime and has walked topless through NYC… if you call her ANY form of the slut label or pull that problematic ‘not the kind of girl you bring home to mama, why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free,’ crap, you will be called on it.

  37. PixieWicked says:

    Dear Miley,

    Please, close your mouth once in a while. We don’t need to see your tonsils in every picture.

    The World

  38. aquarius64 says:

    There’s one starlet who thought she can be rude, classless, and foul mouthed to sell an edgy image – Kristen Stewart. She got a wake up call this month last year by crossing the sexual/marital line with her Mini-Cooper adventure. That I-can-do-what-I-want attitude cost her a reputation, her boyfriend, and almost her career that is still in recovery. Now that’s she is working on a new film she looks like she has calmed down a bit. My point is the movie-going, CD-buying public will only take so much from a celebrity until it reaches a point it can turn on him/her with a quickness, thus putting a career in jeopardy. Miley is on her way there, and she is pushing herself more for shock value. When your shenanigans and love life are getting more press than your work, you got a problem of being seen as tabloid fodder. Miley should use Kristen’s mess as a teachable don’t-let-this-happen-to-you moment; because one severely ignorant move by her and it CAN happen to her. At the end of the day celebrities are like politicians – they serve, or entertain, and have lucrative careers at the pleasure of the public.

    • blaize says:

      Then it’s a good thing that not every member of the entire public cares whether or not a starlet is a ‘good girl’ and abstains from things that my father’s mother calls ‘sinful’ :D

      • aquarius64 says:

        It does matter if that starlet wants a career. The public can show its displeasure with its WALLET. Like it or not @blaize, if your idol does something distasteful, stupid and/or illegal that impacts the money flow and profits the powers that be will kick Miley to the curb and leave her there, if the damage control PR doesn’t work and her criminal defense attorney can’t get her out of her legal mess. See Winona Ryder.

      • blaize says:

        The public has every right to decide whether or not to buy products from someone. However, since the anti-nudity, anti-drug, return-to-modesty, Focus on Family, PTC crowd (THANKFULLY!) does not speak for the entire American public, I doubt that celebrities who don’t give a crap about traditional values will be hurting any time soon :D

      • Noreen says:

        @ blaize

        You can act appalled at the “traditional” crowd all you want but the fact is they comprise half the US population alone, and that doesn’t begin to cover all the millions of like-minded thinkers in other countries. So please, don’t act all high and mighty like your opinion on social values is the ONLY one that matters or reflects reality. The fact is one doesn’t have to be an over-bearing, prudish, Christian-conservative to see that Miley Cyrus is a pathetic little embarrassment.

      • blaize says:

        @Noreen: My problem is not with people who want to live a traditional life- and Christians aren’t even the only people who live traditional lifestyles. My problem is when people say that there’s something wrong with those who openly rebel against traditional ideas. In the 21st century, there should be room in society for the girl in the long elegant dress, the braless girl in the hotpants, and everything in between. Do you understand what I’m trying to say?

  39. raincoaster says:

    I just CANNOT with this girl. She has no style, she has no trademark, she’s just a meat puppet for the publicists to play with. Her status as a “fashion girl” is exactly as organic and spontaneous as a NASA rocket launch, and as legit as a three dollar bill.

    I hear she occasionally sings, in between poses. Is this actually true?

  40. Jackie Jormp Jomp (formerly Zelda) says:

    She sounds like an idiot. And I’d have sounded just this f*cking moronic to a reporter at 20. I’m so glad there weren’t any around. I cringe for future Miley Cyrus’ ego.

  41. energydrink says:

    I’m so tired of reading about this no talent uninteresting girl who is only here to begin with due to her one hit wonder dad and truly talented godmother.

    She is so contrived, its so eyeroll inducing seeing her punk one minute, “urban muci/twerking/lil’kim” lover self, her braless/nude/commando pics… uh. If anybody else would be doing it I wonder how many people would say how much they like her.. but with her is always “oh she is just being Miley”.

    Wish she would just dissapear already like she should have 5 years ago.

  42. msw says:

    I don’t get the aesthetic appeal of grills, at all.

  43. Trudy347 says:

    I got to the 1:35 mark and had to stop watching. I did like the part where Laura Brown tells her she should just stop talking. . . Yep. . . I agree.

  44. Kath says:

    In a recent UK interview, Miley Cyrus said:

    “You always treat people with respect and be gracious. You make music because you love it and you don’t make it for any self-absorbed reasons, and you treat the people that you’re working with with respect and you work really hard.”

    Gee, what a terrible person.

    I am getting really sick of all the Miley bashing on this site and others.

    I never used to like her, but she is growing on me.

    Above all, she is not a mean person like Bieber et al, and actually seems to be making her own choices in life, so good on her.

    • blaize says:

      Silly Kath. Of course she’s a terrible person. She’s a young pop star who wears whatever she pleases, dances however she pleases, expresses a politically incorrect attitude about Molly and Mary-Jane, and basically does the same attention-grabbing things that just about every other pop star does.

      If she were a decent person, she wouldn’t do anything to draw attention to herself, because POP STARS are definitely not supposed to draw attention to themselves. That’s the most vile, abominable thing a pop star could ever do. Only a trashy beeyotch who thinks she’s better than everybody else would dare to be unapologetic about partying and doing whatever she wants with her physical appearance. What a mean, mean, mean girl that Miley Cyrus is. Don’t you know that pop stars are supposed to be flawless saints like the rest of us?

      Why aren’t you throwing stones at this evil Jezebel like you’re supposed to?

      (I hope you know I’m just kidding!) :D

      • thebutlerdidit says:

        Thank you for replying to my comment in the above comments. I just end up scratching my head with where the line is for some people. I cannot imagine that anyone would write such horrible things about a 20 yr they knew in person, at least I hope they wouldn’t!, and I agree that famous people are putting themselves out to the public for consumption. I just can’t bring myself to try to break down young women. “Bitchy” for me is saying, “Oh, I don’t like that dress, or her hair is dumb.” Not derogatory and nasty stuff. That’s why I said I don’t understand the line, and why some celebs are given certain passes, and others aren’t. Wish I did!

      • Kath says:

        Thanks Blaize – I’ve appreciated your comments on this site as a voice of sanity!

        I think people are crossing the line into just plain out bullying of a young woman.

        I never particularly liked Miley, but I cannot stand the vitriol towards her that’s emerged in recent months.

        i.e. her boyfriend might have cheated– it must be her fault because she changed her haircut (WTF?)

        Now because she wears revealing clothes (like every other pop star on the planet) she must be a “slut”…

        No one noticed Liam Whatisface until he suddenly became successful with the Hunger Games trilogy.

        Now because silly teenage girls deem the dude “hot”, Miley is suddenly some ugly mutant who needs to be brought down a peg or two for daring to be associated with him (despite the fact that she’s basically been supporting him for 4 years or so).

        She seems like a perfectly nice person to me who doesn’t get her jollies by spitting on people, belittling the ‘help’ or abandoning animals, so I reckon she doesn’t deserve all this hate.

        Rant over.

  45. Ryan says:

    I was 21 once. I can’t fault the girl for having fun & living her life. There are worse ways to live your life (repressed, depressed).