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Miley Cyrus: Role Model?

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Momlogic's Shannon Fox appeared on Showbiz Tonight discussing Miley Cyrus' latest antics.

Miley's recent YouTube videos and "racy" photos are raising eyebrows regarding whether she's a positive role model for teens. Rumors are also circulating that this could be Miley's last season on her hit show, but Disney insists she's not going anywhere, adding "Miley is very committed to Hannah Montana." See the clip below from yesterday's Showbiz Tonight to hear Dr. Fox's expert take on Miley's behavior and how it may influence your kids.


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3 comments so far | Post a comment now
samantha July 30, 2008, 11:55 PM

just please leave this girl alone! we were all 15 once! being a teenager is extremely hard and chaotic! give the girl a break shes just trying to have the fun she deserves to experience. the teenage years are all about making mistakes!

as an adult i love Miley and the Hannah Montana show, shes a great actress and singer. give the girl a break get off her back and let her live like she deserves too. it sucks being such a public figure - most parents think their teens are so well behaved but if they really knew what was going on behind closed doors (ie. drugs, sex) they would wish their children were only posting some adult like photos!

"No Miley!" Mom July 31, 2008, 2:01 AM

It’s not about leaving Miley alone - it’s about making moms aware of their daughter’s role models. Like it or not, these are the young women that are influencing our daughters. She’s right, it’s time for Miley to leave Disney.

More moms should just say no to Miley!

Kaitlin August 2, 2008, 5:33 PM

She’s 15 and she’s acting like most 15-year-olds are acting these days: too grown up. Once you’re grown up, that’s it. You never get those years back.

I should know, I am 15. I seem to be the oddity. I am taking my time growing up. That doesn’t mean that I don’t take responsibility for things.

It’s just not all about boys, sex, drinking, dieting, and being popular for me.


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