Ex-pop rivals Tiffany and Debbie Gibson were opposing views on Miley Cyrus bold new image.
Miley Cyrus New adult has developed a support fee – and someone who was the teen idol before the road below. In an interview with U.S. Weekly, ’80s pop star Tiffany defended Hannah Montana’s risque new image. Seventeen years old, Cyrus has been criticized for behavior that feel good is not worthy of a teenager who is not yet reached the legal age to vote.
The Group “in the U.S.A.” singer most recently fired for wearing a skimpy body of the Much Music Awards in June, where she performed her new single “can not be tamed.” And the tight black leather pants she wore to a concert last week MTV can not be won her fans in the Department of modesty.
The video of “tamed”, was himself called to be like Miley too risqué “Britain’s Got Talent” look. During the show, the triple threat teen rigged a torrid kiss with a backup dancer.
Asked about the young singers of today, Tiffany stuck for Miley, which she feels in the running for viability in a market defined by pop-stars-as-sex-symbols. Tiffany believes Cyrus retired to the more mature image “appropriate”, and attributed that partly to the advice of parents of young performers. About Billy Ray and Cindy, Tiffany said: “It’s really important base you have around you. Thank you very much. ”
80 ex-rival Tiffany, Debbie Gibson has a different view on the new Miley adult. Debbie, who met the young star, praised the talent and attitude of Cyrus down-to-earth, but the image described as “a bit too much too quickly.” The ‘Electric Youth’ singer feels it There is nothing wrong with kissing the child, and wants Miley understand that before it is too late.
But Debbie – who prefers to be called Deborah now, thank you very much – all grown up now, along with former enemy pop-chart, Tiffany. The two made an appearance at San Diego Comic Con last weekend to promote their upcoming film “Mega Gataroid vs. Python” – a sci-fi mutant attack on a snake. In “Python”, Debbie and Tiffany repel monsters as a pair of women in Florida who are once again caught up in the rivalry.