MTV will air "Miley: The Movement" on October 2 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, a one-hour documentary about the reinvention of Miley Cyrus.
The 'We Can't Stop singer claims, "I was born to become, like, who I am right now. I’m at a point in my career when I can be exactly what I want to be, who I want to be. . . I have this freedom to do whatever I want because I’m starting as a new artist now.”
The former Disney star has been on a roll with several hit singles, a decidedly controversial VMA performance, a sudden desire to show off her nude body, and candid admissions of drug use. Some call her reinvention brilliant and others wonder if she is spiraling out of control.
Time went so far as to call her a "marketing genius" who has totally dominated the news in the past three weeks. They make a good point.
She and Robin Thicke knew their VMA performance would be epic. Cyrus revealed, “You’re always going to make people talk. You might as well make them talk for two weeks rather than two seconds.”
Cyrus joked, "Everyone takes the VMA's so serious and I just wanna come out and shoot a hot dog gun."
The 20-year-old ended her engagement with actor Liam Hemsworth a week ago but has barely had a moment to give it much thought. Her new album 'Bangerz' drops on Oct. 8 and according to Billy Ray Cyrus, she has been going nonstop for a very long time because "it takes a great deal of hard work to reinvent yourself. Just cutting her hair off was a really big thing."
Miley tweeted Thursday, "Lets get #wreckingball to 150 million! #trendit Directors cut is ready to be seen ;)" We've included the stats on the YouTube video, including likes vs. dislikes.
We will be watching the MTV documentary. You?
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