Miley Cyrus as a Game-Changer: The Underrated Pop Star

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It’s been two years since Miley Cyrus took Hannah Montana’s squeaky-clean, Disney Pop Princess image and set it ablaze on national television when she twerked up on Robin Thicke. The outcry from mothers everywhere following that incident could likely be heard from outer space. This was the same girl who became one of the most iconic teen stars of the 2000’s and cranked out pop hits like “Party In The USA.” Every little girl’s fantasy was to be Miley Cyrus, living the dual identity of normal adolescent girl by day and global superstar alter ego, Hannah Montana, by night. At the time, it was easy to be shocked and feel that we were watching yet another child star begin the usual downward spiral that typically accompanies early fame and success. However, I’m starting to believe Miley simply wanted to reclaim her image from the one she was constructed for her by one of the biggest corporations in the world.

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  1. Bryana Natale

    November 30, 2015 at 12:45 pm

    SHE IS TOTALLY UNDERRATED!ESPECIALLY AFTER THE RELEASE OF HER FREE LP! (Can you hear my excitement?) Hoping to be at e factory this Saturday!

  2. Kerrie Mariah

    November 30, 2015 at 12:56 pm

    Huh, I never thought about her in this light, this definitely makes me reconsider her!

  3. Lauren Silvestri

    November 30, 2015 at 11:06 pm

    Very insightful! I wish I could have gotten tickets to see her at the Electric Factory.

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