Miley Cyrus has been making out with Cody Simpson all over LA & Malibu

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I completely and utterly blanked on the fact that before Gigi Hadid had her on-and-off thing with Zayn Malik, she was dating Cody Simpson for a while. In case you’re old (like me), Cody Simpson is a buff blonde Australian dude, who looks sort of a like a surfer but his name makes him sound like a Disney Family Channel child actor (which actually isn’t too far off). Why this backstory on Cody Simpson? Because he’s probably going to be Miley Cyrus’s next boyfriend, if he isn’t already there. Yes, Miley has decided that her next romantic partner is going to be an Aussie bloke. Liam Hemsworth is shook.

Miley Cyrusis soothing her achey breaky heart by spending some quality time with longtime friend Cody Simpson. Now that the singer’s whirlwind romance with Kaitlynn Carter is over, Miley seems to be moving on to her latest suitor. On Thursday afternoon, the “Slide Away” singer was spotted with Cody at a Los Angeles grocery store where an eyewitness exclusively tells E! News they saw them coming in to the grocer “real quick” to grab a drink and some sushi. And, according to the eyewitness, they also shared a “quick kiss” while perusing their food options. Not long after, the eyewitness says Miley, who was “dressed casually in a tank top,” and Cody “noticed people seeing them so they tried to rush out of there.”

This isn’t the first time that the two singers have been spotted together in recent days. According to social media sightings, Miley and Cody seem to be bonding over a shared love for foods and beverages like coffee and other treats.

[From E! News]

That was E!’s exclusive, but TMZ had a different sighting, with video and photos:

Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson have been friends for years, but from the looks of it … they’re kicking their relationship up a notch. Miley and the Australian musician/heartthrob were spotted at a Backyard Bowls eatery in L.A. Thursday being very lovey-dovey, and in a video obtained by TMZ … they’re seen gettin’ in some lip-to-lip action. We’re told the two appeared to be having a pretty serious conversation before Miley moved over to sit on his lap, and before long their PDA escalated to a make-out session.

[From TMZ]

I’m including the video below. They were making out in public, so it’s happening. It’s not like she just met him though – Cody and Miley have legitimately been friends for years. There was a rumor about how they were possibly dating circa 2014, but it didn’t seem to be anything. But they’ve been around each other and friendly for a good five or six years. And… it’s only been two weeks since Miley dumped Kaitlynn Carter for getting too serious. Miley will never change.

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  1. Michael Lawrence Kelly says:

    Miley is on a relationship bender. But seriously I hope somebody is making sure she is ok because she seems very erratic these days. I am sure Liam is doubling down on his divorce and likely estrangement from her.

    • Arizona says:

      I agree. also, if I’m Liam I am side eyeing in the fact that everyone she’s hooked up with thus far has been a long-term friend. personally I would be wondering if things were going on while we were together too. I know if my husband and I split, I don’t have any long-term friends that I would immediately be making out with.

    • Oy vey says:

      Someone needs to explain to her that there is a very real chance of her experiencing substance-induced-disorders. Beware. Get help.

  2. MeghanNotMarkle says:

    Can she be not a thing now, please?

    • NotSoSocialButterfly says:

      This, 100%.

    • otaku fairy.... says:

      This. No to her being a thing.

    • minx says:

      So tired of seeing her tongue, throat, boobs, everything. Just tired of HER.

    • Anne Call says:

      Lindsey Lohan-2019 version. Spiraling into irrelevance.

      • SKF says:

        That’s extremely unlikely considering her latest song is a massive hit and she’s still a huge pop star who tours and performs to massive crowds.

      • NotSoSocialButterfly says:


        Which I find hugely puzzling. I don’t think she has a particularly pleasant voice… I think an apt description I read sometime back was, “hillbilly chipmunk.” Seems to fit… add a yodel in here and there.

  3. skeptical says:

    What? Some twenty somethings were making out?

  4. Chef Grace says:

    Woman child. Did your mother not love you. Or guide you. You do NOT need to be front and center all the time.
    Take a seat in the back.

    • Snappyfish says:

      @Chef Grace…you are spot on. Came in to say the same 🙂

    • Kosmos says:

      Actually, I think her parents support her 100% and do not feel her antics or changing behavior is at all strange–

  5. Myrtle says:

    I hope for her sake she does not crash and burn like so many child stars before her. The list is endless. Girl needs help. Someone please help her.

    • Redgrl says:

      I think she’s already crashing and burning, quite frankly…

      • severine says:

        She reminds me of Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Bynes – trajectory downwards!

      • Myrtle says:

        …and Britney Spears, and Amy Winehouse, and Linda Blair… the list goes on. We see the same thing repeated over and over again in young women (men, too) who attained early stardom. Chewed up and spit out. Often their tragic story includes substance abuse and neglectful, abusive or parasitic parents.

  6. Keekee says:

    He looks like he could be Woody Harelson son.

  7. ME says:

    Ahhh Kylie Jenner’s old flame.

  8. Phat girl says:

    Are they having lunch with DJ Tanner circa 1995 in that photo?

  9. NotHeidisGirl says:


  10. HelloSunshine says:

    Yikes lol

    I really have nothing else to add. Just yikes 😂

  11. Ali says:

    Noah Cyrus’s July is a great song. I like it a lot better than Slide Away which I don’t dislike.

    • stormsmama says:

      i love Slide Away

      i think Malibu is great…and Slide Away is a good “companion” song to it

  12. Arb says:

    Maybe I’m projecting here but she seems like she has ADHD. I’ve got it and this is what my 20s looked like. Starter marriage and all.

    • Raina says:

      She always looks high af to me. I can’t understand it. The energy. And she’s younger than I think Everytime I see her age. I keep expecting her to be forty by now for some reason. If it’s weed, which she says it is, I can tell it by her face. Not recreational looking, but all out non stop toting. Maybe a younger person can do it and be a happy, energetic type. That wouldn’t work for me after thirty plus years..
      At this point, I’d just crawl in a corner and think I understand life for five minutes,, then eat for the next eight hours wondering why food tastes so much better. I know people it energizes. Me I want to crawl in a corner mumbling about energy and love with ketchup running down my chin from super large fries. More power to her and tongue.
      She probably has parents who are her friends. Only way my mom would be my cool friend is if I paid her like I was a celebrity. Otherwise, lol, no.

    • LadyLawyer says:

      Yes! I have ADHD, and aside from the tongue thing, and being a pop star, this is what my twenties looked like too. Periods of monogamy (including a starter marriage similar to theirs) followed by hooking up, sometimes with long-term friends. I think the comparisons to Lohan, Spears and Winehouse are harsh. Cyrus seems healthy and productive, just a little wild. I settled down romantically in my thirties, but am glad I accepted who I am, and am fine that I took this path. We’re all different, our lives and paths are different. It would be boring if we all lived the same.

  13. Jess says:

    Jeez, I know she’s young and wild but she could show an ounce of respect for her soon to be ex husband, they JUST split up and this is her second relationship. Take time to be single and mend your heart and learn from your break up, don’t jump from one thing to the next and carry all of the same issues with you.

    • otaku fairy.... says:

      While she should probably avoid a serious relationship for a while (which doesn’t mean she needs to stay celibate or can’t be friends with benefits with anybody), she has no obligation to her ex to put his feelings before hers when it comes to what she does with her body.

      • Ennie says:

        Could be at least a bit discreet. She wants to be seen as a bad ass, but smells like desperation.

      • Me says:

        Being a decent person to the man she married and spent 10 years with and having some self respect would be a good start for her.

    • Kebbie says:

      Respect for her ex?! You don’t really expect that from her, do you? This is nothing compared to being photographed making out with someone else before announcing their separation, or leaking quotes about his moods and partying to every tabloid that would listen, or releasing a song airing his alleged dirty laundry at just the right time to capitalize on their divorce and maximize press coverage. Miley doesn’t respect anybody.

    • TheHeat says:

      She doesn’t need to show him respect as much as she needs to show some for herself.
      Miley is desperate for attention, in a way that is unsettling.

    • Jaded says:

      She’s far too immature to realize that she’s just making herself look desperate and silly by these never-ending PDAs with a new partner every few weeks. That’s what teenagers do to get back at exes – immediately grab someone on the rebound and parade them around to show how fabulous you are and literally hoards of people are after me. It assuages the hurt feelings and anger.

      Get some therapy Miley, relationship binging isn’t going to make it better.

    • Raina says:

      Why do you think she’s not showing respect and what is your definition of it

    • Raina says:

      Jess, what do you define as respect and how do you know who is or isn’t showing it. People respond to stress differently and no one truly knows the intricate details of her relationship. I always have a problem with other people dictating the only way one should behave. Not your choice.
      Sorry. I have no way to delete last comment and my cell is acting up so forgive the double inquiry

      • Joanna says:

        I know, you never see anyone saying how men need to have self respect!

      • otaku fairy.... says:

        @Joanna: That’s because those who say that define our human worth as women and our self – respect in a violent, patriarchal way: by how few people have seen and touched our bodies. When some women don’t demurely comply with that, men and women feel that they or others are entitled to mistreat the women (to varying degrees) because ‘those girls could have followed the rules/ discreetly pretended to’. And just as bad is the fact that the rest of us, as women, are always expected to act ok with other people’s feeling entitled to mistreat women who don’t line up with those rules.

  14. Cindy says:

    She looks like she smells awful.

    • Jb says:

      She looks like she is all kinds of awful, smells and attitude included

    • Raina says:

      I should probably resist, but why would you say that and that’s a genuine question. If I were wealthy enough I would travel where ever I wanted. I would handle all my breakups in any way that I felt right. No one but for my family would have an opinion that ! attended to my own needs. I would imagine everyone is their own person. If no one is hurt, sure. And if someone is hurt, sure…but they are the only ones who can definitely speak and, still, again,because life is generally personal, only those in a situation can accurately speak about it.
      I get this girl is famous, she makes a great living due to fame, so some more explanation may be required. Personally, that would drive me crazy, all the incognito judgment on my life. I’d squirrel away enough money and go on living my life where I answer to no one. I’d remain myself, and whomever didn’t like it, well, I saved enough and they don’t pay my bills.
      Even with non famous gossip, these so called leaders of communities or schools with their bored gaze, I always ask myself : Why do you care so much to be this negative? If no one is hurting anyone else?
      The closest I came to an answer is a dull stare followed by a blank look. “I guess its something to do.”

  15. Megan2 says:

    I’m sorry, they’re bonding over a shared love of food and coffee? 😂 Sounds like this could be it, they’re soul mates! Maybe I’ve been asking too much of my partners… updating Bumble now to “I like coffee and food, do you?”

    • DaisySharp says:

      I just laughed so hard at your post.

    • Liz version 700 says:

      Megan2 thanks for the laugh. Spot on! She is really an annoying person. She seems to be and out of control narcissistic spoiled mess.

  16. NotSoSocialButterfly says:

    God, she is such an attention hungry, incredibly immature annoyance.

    I’m so sick of her pan face and stupid expressions.

  17. Lightpurple says:

    I don’t understand why anyone would get involved with that woman right now. She’s a mess.

  18. I'm With The Band says:

    Liam dodged a bullet, that’s for sure.

  19. Jb says:

    Remember that character in Wayne’s world who couldn’t get over getting dumped and kept trying to shove herself in front of Wayne’s face? Making out with guys in front of him, getting hurt for his sake, etc? Miley is that girl…”she has nice legs but no self esteem “.

  20. jenner says:

    ….. aaaaaand there’s the tongue hanging out again. This girl is so desperate for attention. I’m still predicting a mysterious hospitalization soon.

    • otaku fairy.... says:

      I (non-gleefully, because that’s not something to joke about or use as an insult) wouldn’t be shocked by a hospitalization at some point either; that is one of the risk factors. But not because she’s having sex and kissed her fuck buddy in public…

      • jenner says:

        Agreed. I’m saying this matter-of-factly. She seems very unstable mentally and emotionally.

  21. Leriel says:

    Last time I went for a date was a May last year. And I didn’t even kiss my date. I’m bad example here, but I don’t know anyone who jumps into new relationships straight after ending previous. I guess celebrity’s life is different. It’s interesting that they always break up because of “distance” and “working so much that they couldn’t see each other for so long”, and they date non-stop new people, it’s rare when a celeb stays single for at least 6 months to a year.

  22. Paisley says:

    I wonder if she’s bipolar? Also, seems to me she’s trying to hurt Liam; or, maybe she hasn’t given him a second thought. Am rambling on here, but wouldn’t be surprised if she’s called Liam trying to get back with him.

    • MissM says:

      How would being bipolar make any difference here? Bipolar just means intense mood swings, miley’s behavior is irradic. A personality disorder wouldn’t be totally shocking. People with personality disorders have a hard time maintaining relationships and are typically drama queens.

    • Jaded says:

      I think she’s got Borderline/Histrionic Personality Disorder which is a pretty devastating disorder. You will do literally anything to be the centre of attention, mostly of an inappropriately sexual nature, because you are addicted to the rush it gives you. You haven’t matured emotionally enough to realize you’re making a fool of yourself, even if you are famous. In fact a lot of entertainers suffer from it but that’s what makes them such good entertainers, on stage they’re great but their on-stage antics just keep going on and on even when they’re off stage. They’re not good at adulting.

    • Bread and Circuses says:

      I’ve wondered that too. Maybe she’s just got a very long cycle; she hit a manic phase with the whole Robin Thicke debacle, and she’s hitting another now.

      Liam was generally with her just prior to the highs, when she might be easier to deal with and more inclined to realize she needed him.

      I have a knee-jerk dislike of Miley at this point, but if she keeps blowing up her life because she needs to be medicated, then she deserves sympathy. (As does Liam; rough deal, falling in love with someone who toggles into another personality later.)

    • golden says:

      It does sounds like she’s trying to get back at him. It’s just too coincidental that their break ups were only announced because they were photographed with other people. They’re too young to have such a toxic relationship

  23. VintageS says:

    STD walking.

    • The Recluse says:

      I don’t even want to contemplate all that she has been potentially exposed to. Including that insidious cancer causing one.
      There is a real downside to all this ‘freedom’ and it could destroy your life.

      • Amy Too says:

        Seriously? Who’s to say she’s not having safe sex and being screened for STIs as often as her doctor recommends? Someone can have 50 different partners and practice safe sex, just like someone who has only had 1 partner can be having unprotected sex. I would assume that someone who has multiple or many partners, or who has frequent short-term partners would be even more likely to protect themselves.

      • LadyLawyer says:

        Dude, I literally got the cancer-causing strain of HPV from my husband, the first man I ever slept with. Can we seriously not with the HPV shame-whore talk?

    • otaku fairy.... says:

      These two comments right here are disgustingly misogynistic and bible -thumpery. Conservative men always get a pass to invade any space with their ‘return to purity ‘ right-wing agenda and there are always abusive women willing to do their bidding. From using dehumanizing slurs like ‘walking std’ to much more.

      • The Recluse says:

        Uhhh, Otaku, I would have the same attitude toward a man, any man, who carried on like this. AIDS burned through a whole generation of people as I was coming of age. And Herpes hit hard then too.
        This isn’t prudery. This is prudence. There ARE freaking consequences to being so reckless in one’s personal conduct. My friend from high school saw her brother die from AIDS related causes, and he wasn’t wild. And someone I knew from high school also died of it.
        So shut it.
        I am not right wing. I am actually Buddhist and Pagan AND a survivor who has lived to tell the tale.

      • The Recluse says:

        And viruses don’t care about your misogyny and other arguments. Viruses exist for opportunity. It’s best to not give them one.
        I still remember VIVIDLY the safety class I had at work about avoiding accidents at the workplace: unbroken skin is your first best defense against infection. Every time I saw someone with piercings I cringed inwardly because basically they had compromised their well being. And I have watched what happened to people who were sexually careless or in the vile example of my friend’s brother – who was raped – and I have the same dire apprehension. It isn’t bible thumping prudery. It’s common sense. Be mindful at all times. There are always consequences of some sort.

      • otaku fairy.... says:

        Sure Jan. You were so concerned about health that two sex partners triggered you into a lecture about aids, just like fupa on certain classy women or a slowness to bounce back after baby triggers some into lectures about the glamorization of obesity…

        Until men and boys* are treated just as badly over sexuality as women and girls are, saying, ‘I’d say that about a guy too’ as a shield when called out for something one said about a woman is just empty words. The bottom line is that you slut-shamed a woman for having more sex than you think she should (again. It’s a pattern) and used the right-wing talking point about how freedom has been bad for us. Being a Buddhist isn’t a shield any more than being an agnostic or atheist is. All three can be regressive A.F. Trust.

      • ennie says:

        Otaku Fairy,I’m sorry, I have to chime in today to respectfully say that the tone of some of your posts is too patronizing. It’s one thing that you or anyone disagrees with others’ opinions, and another to practically be rude or dismissive when stating your opinion or facts that you know.
        This site is called celebitchy, and there are bitchy posts, but I have read well written, nice conversations and then some of your posts and they seem repetitive or not so nice. You have a different point of view than some , and I tolerate it and try to appreciate it, but it gets to be annoying that you seem to attack posters in a repetitive, cavalier way that detracts from what you try to say.
        I did not write this to offend anyone. Sorry If I made mistakes, English is not my 1st language.

      • otaku fairy.... says:

        @Ennie, and if this were just a matter of disagreement, I really would have a completely different tone. Really. But it’s not. It’s about people consistently feeling that anything they want to say goes, and should not be criticized as long as it’s directed at women on one side of the virgin/whore dichotomy, and about how women are not allowed to communicate freely and come forward freely about abuse that relates to that issue. It needs to end, across the board. That whole mentality has played out in dangerous ways, both personally with girls I’ve known and globally. There’s a lot I could more politely say that would not fly or go over well, so I just won’t. But this issue is a little too serious to take a back seat to tone.

      • Amy Too says:

        Otaku fairy, I always love your responses and am glad that you tirelessly call out the internalized misogyny that often comes out in the comments, no matter how many people hit back at you. Especially when a story is about a celebrity that isn’t well liked. People often seem to feel entitled to slut shame or say gross things about the women they “just don’t like.” And (surprise!) the reasons for “just not liking” these women are usually rooted in some internalized misogyny.

      • ennie says:

        Hi, Otaku Fairy. I am not policing your content or ideas, ideology, etc. I still think that the way you go about it makes people to dismiss it because the message seem similar and exasperated. IF you wan to make a point, elaborate and be empathic. I would not answer if I did not think your message was not valuable.
        We can disagree in some things. In regards to Miley or any other person doing the same, a relationship like this one in particular, IMO, it’s ok, she’s doing her thing, even if she has been separated like for 2 months and not divorced. The problem is the high profile relationship with the other person Kaitlyn, which was she highly publicized by herself and made sure to be seen all over. Seeing her acting like this, gives the impression that relationships for her are not meaningful deep, a 10 year old relationship= a 6 week relationship/fling. Other celebs have been made fun of serial dating, even if they have been a little more adult during them (meaning not public finger*ng. Leo diCaprio, clooney, come to mind, I don’t even want to know about the hiphop-rap-ball player world where golddigging and a lot of fake love goes around.
        I don’t agree with you in regards of the children actor industry. I think boys have it bad, too. I work with youths in the real world and abused boys and girls have it rough ad affects them in different ways, but the consequences go beyond the teen yeas, and into adulthood and how they behave when they have their own families.
        just see some former child actors today and boys and girls have had it rough. I think more boys have committed suicide than girls in that respect. Girls have thrived/survived more, but have had a rough time overcoming issues like ED, money managing problems, undiagnosed mental problems, or in the tamer side, even trying to distance from their child image by just acting in a shocking “rebel” way (trying to regain a sense of owning their teen years, probably, etc. Their parents have probably had no time to look into their stability because they were counting the money or living thru their success.
        Acting out is unnecessary, IMO, if they are resenting their acting /performing times, they should retire for a bit, but the companies won’t allow it, and now the continuous use of social media as a tool for marketing means that they have to be seen, selling whatever image all year long. Hey, even in a regular setting being a teen is hard, dealing with school, scholarships, difficult with parents, bullying. Now, learning to deal with continuos adoration of the image you project, haters, shady reporting like tmz, etc.
        If back in time child actors turned out with problems like Judy Garland and few stories like Shirley Temple, not much has been done to improve in a century.

      • LadyLawyer says:

        You did some good work on this thread, otaku. I’m no choose-your-choice feminist, but the overreactions and slut-shaming of Miley here is disheartening. She’s 26, without kids, and is a talented, productive member of society. Like her or it, we don’t hear about her getting DUIs, being unreliable, or even cheating. She has causes she’s passionate about. Her sexual habits (and safety) isn’t our business. Her behavior to Liam does seem callous, but we have no idea what went down with them. I’m just surprised that a messy/wild love life at 26 is getting her this much hate.

      • otaku fairy.... says:

        @Amy Too & LadyLawyer: ✌😁💓 Thank you.

        @Ennie: Guys complete suicide more (I read that this is because of the methods they choose), but girls/women are more likely to attempt it. Misogyny is one of the links to it (and other problems) too.

    • VintageS says:

      I am sorry if I offended, but believe me, I would apply the same phrase to a man/boy that was behaving like this going from woman to woman and showing little discrimination with their sexuality. Maybe she is practicing safe sex, but I don’t think it would hurt her to show a little more regard for her sexual partners both for their sake as well as theirs. I don’t see how that makes me misogynistic or a bible thumper.

      Stupid decisions regarding sex are not gender specific, and, yes, men and boys do get a pass which is pathetic in 2019. That doesn’t change the fact in my opinion she is making incredibly poor decisions right now whether it is a need for media attention or a desperate need for romantic attention.

      • Jules says:

        Otaku, your one note propaganda is getting tiresome. You cut sand paste the same comment on every post. Get off your pedestal and try to think outside the box.

  24. kelleybelle says:

    Is this irksome twat even an intelligent life-form?

  25. Chimney says:

    So few child stars grow up into stable adults, maybe Miley just needs more time or maybe she will always be a mess. People need to start paying attention to the rumors about the working environments for kid stars at Disney and Nickelodeon. A lot if those stories top even the Weinstein stories imo because they involve kids. I’m not saying that what happened with Miley but she almost certainly didn’t have a healthy childhood. Entertainment is just not worth it.

    • otaku fairy.... says:

      The problem with that though is that every woman who has ever worked with either of those companies or is even in that line of work ends up with other people making up rape rumors about them, which is toxic and violating in and of itself. (Not to mention the fact that if even one girl confirms that something happened, misogynists see that as a pass to go in on every girl instead of just respectfully supporting those who come forward). And any struggles any girl has with young fame and the misogyny that comes with it will be taken as confirmation by misogynists regardless of what the girl says herself- partially because there’s this attitude that being sexually abused is the only thing or form of abuse that can cause genuine trauma, pain, and struggles for women, and partially because we as a culture don’t believe in listening to women or taking them seriously when it comes to female pain. We make decisions FOR women.

      • Me says:

        Where there is smoke there can be fire. These companies have a long history of negatively affecting its child stars. Ignoring it doesn’t help anyone. People do understand trauma can come from many incidents but its also ignorant to not recognize the pattern of struggle amongst child stars who worked at these companies. These companies that employ child actors are part of the problem.

      • Chimney says:

        @Otaku Fairy, you have really misconstrued what I was saying. This isn’t about making up rape rumors but pointing out companies that abuse children (sexually and emotionally as well) while also profiting from them. Also you assume that a lot of these stories and rumors don’t involve male child stars (hint: they do). You shouldn’t try to discourage people from talking about difficult things just because “misogynists” might do this or that.

        Pointing out bad behavior is always a better approach than ignoring it.

      • otaku fairy.... says:

        While That Happens To Men Too, it’s a problem that disproportionately affects women. It’s also used as a weapon against women and the lgbt community in ways that don’t really apply as much to straight men.
        I never said it’s not ok to talk about abuse of any kind. What’s not okay, and absolutely should be discourage, is saying or implying that someone has been sexually abused/prostituted by someone when they haven’t said so themselves. It’s a trend. People feel entitled to do this to women without criticism and try to convince others that it’s for justice and feminism, but it’s not. It’s just a non-physical form of abuse. We can call out predators and support victims without victimizing other women in the process.

      • Chimney says:

        @Otaku Fairy But I’m not talking about men or women I’m talking about children and the predatory actions of adults and companies run by them. Also in my first comment I specifically stated that this wasn’t about miley in particular but studios that employ child actors. You’re trying to make this a feminist issue and it isn’t one (hint- not everything is) Saying Disney/Nicklodeon have disgusting rumors about them has nothing to do with feminism

        I work with victims for a living and to say pointing out child abuse and CSA is anti-feminist or victimizing is ludicrous. We need to talk about these things.

      • jenner says:

        @ chimney- YES. The weaponization of “feminism” (or a distorted version of it) is used for social engineering. It is about radicalizing sexes and breeding hatred between males and females, while sweeping genuine issues under the rug.

      • otaku fairy.... says:

        @ jenner: This is so not about hatred of men. Crying reverse sexism, heterophobia, reverse racism, or reverse whatever-else is a textbook example of sweeping genuine issues under the rug.

    • ennie says:

      I agree, Chimney, the factory-like use and treatment of children in those idol-maker TV chains produces terrible results. Add to that money hungry stage parents/enabler parents and they are recipes for disaster. There are many examples of child actors suffering consequences and few stories of success. I hope there was a study about it.

      • Jules says:

        Very few child stars make it unscathed. The Disney machine is only focused on power, control and making money. I think we have heard more stories from men about how they were abused as child actors. And men tend to come forward less than women because there is more of a stigma. And that is facts, not misogyny. We are all getting bored with the misogyny argument btw. It seems to only benefit you, name calling everyone.

      • ennie says:

        not me, Jules 😉 I very much agree with you.

      • otaku fairy.... says:

        @Jules: And by that you really mean it doesn’t benefit women like you. Which is fine. I’m not concerned about how best to benefit women who think we should all just stay classy and everything will be fine, basically say get over it millennial (and other) snowflakes, or say just forget the fast girls, loose women, and imperfect targets because they bring misogyny on themselves by not being good enough. Old Jedediah has your back on a global scale. Feminism, religion, and society in general already give a voice to, show concern for, and even caters to women who say slut-shaming and victim-blaming are NBD, at the expense of women and girls who are harmed by it or who want it to stop.

      • jenner says:

        @otaku- keep tooting your own horn. *yawn*.

      • Jules says:

        @ennie, oops, right, I’m agreeing with you! Hard to tell which thread I’m replying to on my phone, let’s see where this one ends up.

    • MariaS says:

      Otaku Fairy, you seem to argue for the sake of arguing. Ive read Chimney’s post and your response comes off like an argument against an entirely different post. It’s like the college freshman trying to show how much she knows by regurgitating a Camille Paglia book apropos of nothing. You either read something into her post that isn’t there or you’re deliberately misconstrueing it. Either way, it’s really tiresome.

      • jenner says:

        SO MUCH THIS ^^^

      • otaku fairy.... says:

        Oh well. 😂 I’m not sure why would be controversial to point out the fact that we should listen to individuals about whether or not they had a Harvey Weinstein -type experience instead of deferring to third party gossip sites for something that serious. Maybe people are cool with Jacob Wohl. Aunty ji tears are good for the skin though.

  26. Moptop says:

    I really do think she is bi-polar. But i guess there’s no guidance from her parents, so she’ll continue to go unmedicated. Sad.

  27. Lucy says:

    She seems like she’s exhausting to be with. Fun at the beginning, but then it all changes.

  28. smcollins says:

    Liam, are you looking?! Liam! LOOK! LOOK, LIAM!! Are you jealous yet and ready for another go-around? C’mon, you know all of this makes you want to come back for more. This chick 🤦🏻‍♀️

  29. Michelle says:

    Oh no, no, no, no….Cody, run like hell boy!!! He has pretty much been under the radar his whole career, I hope that this does not get him into bad press. Met his dad at one of his small concerts and seems like a very grounded family. He was my daughter’s first star crush.

    • Chrissy says:

      Just what I was thinking. Run Cody, run as far and as fast as you can. She’s truly out of control and needs help and not from another enabler.

  30. DS9 says:

    We watched her iheartradio performance yesterday and she was looking and sounding hella rough. My teens were appalled.

  31. Melissa says:

    She is just so ….. icky.

  32. Sam says:

    Saying nothing at all about Miley or this Cody guy (who I know nothing about)….looking at that picture, she could do a lot worse.

  33. laura-j says:

    She’s 26, lots of people do wild things in their 20s, they just aren’t famous.

    • Bread and Circuses says:

      26 is a bit old to still be doing wild things, though.

      And it’s NOT like Miley didn’t get a chance to party when she was younger–there were pearl-clutching stories about her being in bars drinking beer when she was 16. A decade of partying is more than enough time to get over the novelty.

    • Jaded says:

      And those I people I definitely don’t want to know, famous or not. They’re just as icky as Miley.

    • No Doubt says:

      Excessive PDA is normal for a 26 year old? In a club or bar…sure, but just walking down the street? Or in a cafe? Nah. Besides, she’s an adult remember! She’s so grown up and mature! According to her. 😉

  34. Kathryn says:

    If anyone remembers in 2013, the Bangerz era….this is what she does when she’s not with Liam. There’s always a string of people. Last time was what, Patrick Shriver, Stella Maxwell, Cara Delevinge, etc. Her and Liam will eventually find their way back to each other, it might take years. You can tell for better or worse they have a thing with each other that neither one of them can fully quit.

    • sunshine says:

      Honestly, this is a lot different than the 2013 breakup. They were married this time around and media back and forth was nasty….I mean miley did publicly bring up his drinking/alleged addiction. imo filing for divorce is proof that she crossed that line where there’s no going back.

      You can tell by her previous interviews that she never really wanted to get married in the first place, and only did it after they lost their house. To me it just sounds like she’s finally accepting that they are two fundamentally different people.

  35. Bee says:

    From Liam, to……this. Major downgrade.

  36. Ally Theater says:

    Never thought she was hot. Clammy yes. Hot no.

  37. Cara says:

    Her hair is so bad!!!
    She needs a new look stat!!!

  38. judith reeder says:

    I really love her voice, she has sooo much talent, why does she have to act like a ho!

  39. JRenee says:

    This seems like a path of self imploding …

  40. Megan says:

    Miley never dates within her league, doesn’t she? She’s so shallow, even for a popstar.

  41. Naddie says:

    The only good performance I ever heard from her was Jolene, so maybe I should be looking up for more of her work because I just don’t see the talent people do.
    About her behavior, I feel like I’m in 2013 again. I can vividly remember the comments saying that you can have a pass when you’re just 20. Six years later…

  42. Fern says:

    Miley’s current fame is the result of attention getting/shock behavior. She’s gotten some results with it. It’s not a healthy way to conduct a personal life. I hope she doesn’t end up like Madonna who is still making really lame efforts to be shocking/controversial in order to be relevant in today’s world.