A couple of nights ago Miley tweeted new photos of her dogs Lila and Ziggy. She tweeted about Ziggy“Im in love with this girl “. She also tweeted a photo of Lila “How adorbbssss is Lila’s new sailor dress?!?!“ Miley also tweeted another photo of “Lila” wearing a green hoodie with peace signs on it she tweeted “Peace & Lila”
I uploaded 3 medium quality photos check them out below.
Miley fans definitely like to show their love for Miley, during the past 3 days they trended 7 trending topics worldwide!
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You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go
Check out the ex-Hannah Montana’s “You’re Going to Make Me Lonesome When You Go” video below.
I’m working on a long review of the amazing “Chimes of Freedom: The Songs of Bob Dylan Honoring Years of Amnesty International” for tomorrow — the four disc, 75-track set features Dylan covers from Adele, Johnny Cash, Joe Perry, My Morning Jacket, Elvis Costello, Ziggy Marley, Sugarland, Pete Townshend and loads more more. Almost every track is a cool spin on a classic Dylan track (even Ke$ha’s “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right” is shockingly good).
Those who don’t like the idea pop stars doing the rock-era’s greatest songwriter’s tunes can stuff it, says Dylan.
“My assignment (from the Dylan camp) was not to be a snob; it was to be creative and to let everybody do it who wants to do it,” said producer Jeff Ayeroff, who also put together Amnesty’s John Lennon tribute album. “There is no judgment here. We wanted to hear what people could deliver.”
Still…. I’d recommend listening, but not watching the video. The sight of Miley’s painted face singing “You’re Going to Make Me Lonesome When You Go” is just to weird — even if the tune the best country ballad of this young decade.
Miley Cyrus covered Bob Dylan’s“You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go,” and, people, do not laugh as I am completely serious when I muster all of my renown and critical authority (and put my rock-solid reputation as a SERIOUS MUSIC WRITER on the line here) to declare that Miley’s cover should absolutely be taken seriously.
Miley’s cover is part of the Bob Dylan compilation Chimes of Freedom: The Songs of Bob Dylan Honoring 50 Years of Amnesty International, a four-disc collection that honors Amnesty International’s 50th anniversary and pays tribute to Bob Dylan, featuring artists like Ke$ha (who covered “Don’t Think Twice It’s Alright”), Adele, Pete Townshend, The Airborne Toxic Event and more. (See, we knew Miley was a role model.)
The accompanying video, which was released today and features guitarist Johnzo West, is a muted, pensive affair that focuses far more on the song’s sentiment than on Miley the headline-maker. It’s the polar opposite of flashy Miley affairs like “Can’t Be Tamed” or “Party In The USA.” (If anything proves that Miley’s growing up as a woman and as an artist, covering Dylan — and doing it quite well — is it.)
Old-school Bob Dylan fans are probably too busy completing the entire 33⅓ series on their first-gen Kindles or contemplating organic milk to read this, so I probably only have you, Miley fans, to convince that Miley’s Dylan cover is worth several listens, and I probably don’t have to. Miley covers “You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go” with all of the mournfulness and dusty sentiment that the classic Dylan song requires, pouring her heart into the track and giving the legend his due instead of simply covering the track and moving on. (It’s hard to top the Shawn Colvin version, but Miley comes dangerously close.)
It takes not only guts but cojones the size of wrecking balls to cover Bob Dylan, and Miley rose to the occasion and not only proved that she’s capable of genres beyond pop but that she thrives vocally in a folk/ country environment. I’m now waiting impatiently for that country album, Milers.
Megan Park recently did an interview where she was asked about her upcoming project. Check out what she said:
“I do [have a future film coming with Miley Cyrus] called So Undercover.That was probably the most fun four months of my entire life. We had too much fun. I look back I’m like, did we make a movie? Oh, yeah. I forgot because we just had so much fun the whole time. It was great. We were in such a magical city and to be there for that long and working with Miley and Kelly Osborne and Eloise Mumford. It was basically just all girls all the time. There was an actor Josh Bowman who is in it but he only came at the end so basically it was just a bunch of girls by ourselves the whole time. We all were staying together and we went to sorority boot camp because we’re in a sorority but the real sorority up in Baton Rouge, and we had so much fun. It did not seem like work, and by the time it was all over I couldn’t believe that we made a movie because we had so much fun. But we did so hopefully, people like the movie too.”
I can’t wait to see the film! Read the full interview
A talented youngster has helped to raise £600 for a South Tyneside cancer charity with an emotional tribute to her dad.
Taylor Bellerby, 11, was heartbroken when her father, Ian, lost his fight with cancer last August, just four months after being diagnosed with the disease.
Devastated by his death, the youngster set about recording a CD to honour his memory with cash raised being donated to Cancer Connections.
The two-track CD features the talented Westoe Crown Primary School pupil singing her dad’s favourite song, Make You Feel My Love, by Adele, and a song chosen by Taylor in her own personal tribute to the 34-year-old – I Miss You, by Miley Cyrus.
The CD, sold at £5, has so far raised £600 for the charity based in Harton Lane, which supports people diagnosed with cancer and their families.