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Miley Cyrus not stopping: First clip from sexy NBC special

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Ultra-slim unitard? Check! Space cat? Check! You’ll find both in the first clip from NBC’s Miley Cyrus: Bangerz Tour special. The song: Last year’s hit “We Can’t Stop.”

The special combines concert footage from recent performances at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, Spain and the MEO Arena in Lisbon, Portugal. It will also feature behind-the-scenes footage. “Miley’s performance is intense and wild,” the tour’s creative director Diane Martel told Billboard. “She’s got a thrilling command of her stage and the room; this is something I was excited by in the edit. To see her eyes close up, to see her lithe body and huge voice making this collection of people respond in tandem, that’s the important thing to translate from stage to the small screen … She literally will make anything handed to her onstage a seamless part of the number.”

The special airs this Sunday, July 6 at 9 p.m. Here’s your clip:

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Miley Cyrus 'Bangerz Tour' documentary coming to NBC in July

Get ready for two hours of Miley just being Miley: Next month, NBC will air Miley Cyrus: Bangerz Tour, a two-hour documentary special featuring behind-the-scenes and live performance footage from upcoming concerts in Spain and Portugal. READ FULL STORY

'The Talk': See Sheryl Underwood in her underpants! -- VIDEO

I can’t live without my Spanx but I certainly wouldn’t parade around in public while wearing them. Clearly, Sheryl Underwood is not burdened by such a stifling phobia.

During today’s episode of The Talk on CBS, Julie Chen chatted about Miley Cyrus and how she recently performed in her bra and underwear because there simply wasn’t enough time to make her costume change.

Apparently, co-host Underwood can “relate.”

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Ex-MTV VJ Kennedy on her new libertarian news show -- and 'hooker-in-training' Miley Cyrus

Lisa Kennedy Montgomery is best known to a generation as, simply, Kennedy — the hip MTV VJ who helped introduce America to Nirvana and Soundgarden on  Alternative Nation, mimed oral sex on a mic during the 1994 VMAs — while standing next to Rudy Giuliani, no less — and eventually came out as a die-hard Republican. (In a ’94 Vanity Fair profile, she even declared her ardent love for former vice president Dan Quayle.)

Nearly 20 years later, the 41-year-old mother of two has left her wild-child past behind for a career as a writer, radio host, and Fox Business contributor. But while her political views haven’t really changed, the way she labels herself has: Kennedy now identifies as a libertarian. Her next project, a Fox Business roundtable called The Independents, will allow Kennedy and her co-hosts, Matt Welch and Kmele Foster, to tackle news from an angle that, in her mind, is both tough to find on TV and absolutely vital. “The reason our show exists is because the idea of a two-party system has failed,” she tells EW.

Hours before her new show’s big premiere, Kennedy called us up to chat about the evolution of her political views, what she’s hoping to achieve with The Independents, the glory days of MTV — and her thoughts on Miley’s infamous VMA performance.
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You have been warned: Miley Cyrus to take over MTV for a day

Miley Cyrus’ wrecking ball has been doing a lot of swinging around MTV lately.

First there was that little performance at the VMAs in August that sparked some controversy among fans and teddy bears alike. Then in October, Cyrus went back to MTV in Miley: The Movement, a documentary special about her life leading up to the twerk seen round the world. Oh yeah, then she smoked pot on stage at the MTV EMA Awards in Amsterdam, natch. Now it appears MTV can’t and won’t stop its affixation with the tween star-turned-superstar.

To celebrate her 21st birthday, Cyrus is taking over MTV for eight hours on Saturday, Nov. 23. Starting at 12 p.m. ET, the festivities will begin with the all-new special 21 Candles: Miley’s MTV Moments.
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Betty White spoofs Miley Cyrus' 'Wrecking Ball' in new TV promo -- VIDEO

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Betty White is taking some tips from Miley Cyrus in the latest promo for her television show Off Their Rockers.

Watch the 91-year-old actress spoof one of Miley’s most popular videos below! And before you ask, don’t worry, Betty fans — the video below is indeed twerk-free!

The 30-second TV spot starts off innocently enough with White telling viewers that she was asked to come up with a few ideas on how to promote the Lifetime premiere of series this Wednesday.

“I got some ideas from recent pop culture events that really got the kids talking,” White says before the video jumps to a scene of the actress crashing through a wall while riding a wrecking ball.

Unlike Miley, who chose to bare all in her latest music video however, Betty smartly chose to dress in an all-white tracksuit.

The video ends on the former Golden Girl asking if someone can bring her a sledgehammer.
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Where has Miley's mother been? 'Right beside her,' according to doc -- VIDEO

For the past few months, wild child Miley Cyrus has provoked one question from professional pearl-clutchers: “Where on Earth is that poor girl’s mother?!” (And fine, maybe one more: “Won’t somebody PLEASE think of the children?!”)

The answer? “My mom is my homie,” Miley says in a clip from her upcoming MTV documentary. “If I win, she wins — not because she’s my manager; because she’s my mom.”

As for “anyone that’s ever said, ‘Where’s her mother?'” adds Tish Cyrus, the answer is “right beside her — through good, through bad, through arguments, through crying, through I don’t care what — right there.” Though foam finger thrusting, through naked pendulum swinging, through hour upon hour of tongue aerobics…

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Tina Fey, Miley Cyrus, Bruce Willis to host 'SNL' this fall

So much for those Lindsay Lohan rumors.

No, the star of 2004’s Mean Girls will not return to host Saturday Night Live‘s 39th season premiere. Instead, the venerable sketch show will give viewers the writer of Mean Girls: Tina Fey, erstwhile 30 Rock star, onetime SNL head writer and frequent SNL guest. This will be Fey’s third time hosting since leaving the comedy series in 2006.

Fey will be joined by Arcade Fire when the show premieres on Sept. 28. The Canadian rockers are also third-time guests of Saturday Night Live, performing twice as musical guest and once to help the show’s cast and crew say goodbye to Kristen Wiig.

This afternoon, NBC also announced hosts and musical guests for two more upcoming episodes of SNL. Professional provocateur Miley Cyrus will serve as host and musical guest on Oct. 5, while Bruce Willis will host on Oct. 12 with musical guest Katy Perry.

Both Cyrus and Willis have hosted the show once before — Cyrus in 2011 and Willis in 1989 (three years before Cyrus was born). Perry last appeared on the show as host in 2011.

Parents Television Council isn't happy with Miley Cyrus' VMAs performance

One group of people definitely not happily twerking alongside Miley Cyrus? The Parents Television Council, who have released a statement condemning her VMA performance.

“MTV has once again succeeded in marketing sexually charged messages to young children using former child stars and condom commercials — while falsely rating this program as appropriate for kids as young as 14. This is unacceptable,” said PTC Director of Public Policy Dan Isett in a release. “This much is absolutely clear: MTV marketed adults-only material to children while falsely manipulating the content rating to make parents think the content was safe for their children. MTV continues to sexually exploit young women by promoting acts that incorporate ‘twerking’ in a nude-colored bikini. How is this image of former child star Miley Cyrus appropriate for 14-year-olds? How is it appropriate for children to watch Lady Gaga strip down to a bikini in the opening act? How is it appropriate for 14-year-olds to see a condom commercial and a promo for an R-rated movie during the first commercial break?” READ FULL STORY

MTV making Miley Cyrus documentary

MTV is turning its documentary lens on Miley Cyrus.

The network announced today they will produce a “revealing” one-hour documentary that will follow the  performer as she works on her new album and “delves deep into the transformation she has experienced over the past few years.” (Guessing they mean this heap of weird.)

The doc is set to premiere this fall.

In the past, MTV has produced documentaries on Lady Gaga, Drake, Nicki Minaj, and Britney Spears.

Adam Lambert joins 'VH1 Divas' special

VH1 Divas will be getting some testosterone this year: Adam Lambert is joining in.

Lambert will host and perform at the Dec. 16 event. Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Kelly Rowland, Jordin Sparks and Ciara will also hit the stage at the special honoring dance music and its current and classic divas.

Tributes to Whitney Houston and Donna Summer are also planned.

Lambert said in a statement Thursday the show will be “the most fabulous concert of the year.”

VH1 Divas will benefit VH1’s Save the Music Foundation. The venue for the event hasn’t been announced. The show will air live at 9 p.m. ET.

Read more:
Jordin Sparks and Whitney Houston ‘Sparkle’ in duet
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Kristen Bell, Dax Shepard, Simon Helberg, Adam Scott among presenters at Do Something Awards -- EXCLUSIVE

DoSomething.org is gearing up to put a spotlight on celebs, along with some not-quite-as-famous young adults, who commit themselves to various charitable and activist causes. Later this month the annual Do Something Awards will air on VH1.

EW can exclusively report four actors who are signed on to present at the awards ceremony: celeb couple Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard, Parks and Recreation star Adam Scott, and The Big Bang Theory star Simon Helberg.

They join previously announced presenter Ashley Greene. READ FULL STORY

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