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Miley Cyrus to take a deep breath and host 'SNL'

Miley Cyrus at the Never Say Never premiere Miley Cyrus has signed up to host "Saturday Night Live," and the Ministry wants to know: Will the "SNL" writers be free to write bong jokes? Or is that, like, pretty uncool?

People didn't mention whether the March 5 monologue would mention salvia but did confirm that there will be a separate musical guest who is not Miley Cyrus — possibly freeing her up to also make an appearance on "SNL's" "The Miley Cyrus Show," a sketch that mocks, well, Miley Cyrus.

The whole salvia-bong thing back in December, though legal and not radically unusual, was a mistake, she told Marie Claire recently. "I'm disappointed in myself for disappointing my fans," Cyrus said, noting that in contrast to many others her age who might consider salvia smoking no big deal, she's a role model. 

"So for me it was a bad decision, because of my fans and because of what I stand for."

What she stands for, the Ministry has divined, includes no vampires, no Twitter, no more "Hannah Montana," no problem dating a costar, no hassle from your parents (at least most of the time), no underpants, no more good girl and no bra when meeting the queen — though, oddly, yes to cadmium and yes to international beer — all positions clearly at odds with bong smoking.

Miley fans who can't yet stay up late enough to watch "SNL" can see their idol sing with Justin Bieber at Madison Square Garden in "Never Say Never," the just-opened 3-D movie of his life.

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— Christie D'Zurilla

Photo: Miley Cyrus with fans at the premiere of "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never" in L.A. on Tuesday. Credit: Kevin Winter / Getty Images.

 
Comments () | Archives (6)

I really like Miley Cyrus and would like to meet her. She is a very mature young woman.

She has never been snap not wear underpant or an undergarmet meant to replace underpants. The pic that Perez circuliated was admitted to be a fake by the person who made it. And who are you to tell the Queen of Englan what is appropriate and what is not. If she had no problem with Miley's attire, then why should you. Accoridng to all the legit reports I read, the Queen actually liked Miley's dress and her performance. The Cadium the doing of the company than made the jewelery, not Miley's. It met the standard for adult jewelery, which is where it was marketed, not for children. If people like you are stupid enough to buy adult jewelery for children at a discount store then thats your fault, not Miley's. Hannah Montana jewelery is for children, and any problem with that jewelery is Disneys fault, not Mileys. And for drinking beer, it was one beer and it was legal. Emma Watson drank beer on several occasions and was photographed. Why aren't you getting on her case. As for the bong incident, the people who watched the video, who know about drugs, a nd some people at the party have said that it was obvious that it was Miley's first time, and only time. Don't buy into the old saying, where there is smoke there is fire. Sometimes where there is smoke, it's just smoke. I doubt tha Miley regularly partakes in drugs, booze, or any other vice.

From your article, what you stand for is no common sense, no moral, and no maturity.

Hope she's not the musical guest though...that would be so Disney of SNL...

Wo! Who is Miley turning into?!!!!!!!!

haha ok for this one you have to give her some
kind of props at least she is admitting to everyone
that was her n that picture..most celebs would be
like they cut my face out and put it on here body type story...
but she still has a whole bunch of fans so this dont even matter anymore

She's no role model. I feel sorry for kids who look up to her (the real person) just because they liked to watch Hannah Montana and think of her as the same person as her character on the show. It's easy to brainwash kids (especially the young ones) into thinking that her actions are acceptable and easily forgivable. I've seen little kids dressing up like her and singing her new sexually suggestive club music, saying "Hey mom, it's Hannah Montana!" Why can't she wait till she's actually of drinking age, or somewhere in her 20s and her ultra-fans aren't still completely naive? Her fans are still like what, 6-11? It's not like Ke$ha or Usher's main age group.

Oh yeah, by the way, Chris (the first commentator), what is your definition of mature? Her approach to life has not been mature at all, she thinks she is but really she is just acting like a cheap whore though she may be hanging out with an older crowd.


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