Punk icons have been popping up in unlikely places on your TV recently. Perhaps you caught Iggy Pop strutting his tanned torso across the American Idol stage last week? That was like an appetizer for what went down on Oprah yesterday. It was Winfrey's "once-in-a-lifetime rock goddess-palooza!" (WIsh you'd thought of that one, eh, Sarah McLachlan?) That meant interviews and performances by Stevie Nicks and Sheryl Crow, Salt-N-Pepa, Sister Sledge, and two slightly eyebrow-raising duets: Joan Jett and Miley Cyrus, and Pat Benatar and Avril Lavigne.
Let's just get this out of the way quickly: The Amp (well, this half of The Amp) genuinely likes Miley Cyrus. The girl wrote the lyric "She's just bein' Miley" and can handle her salvia. And Joan Jett didn't seem at all bothered to be performing alongside her, either -- she must be thankful Cyrus actually knows who she is, unlike Britney Spears, who famously covered "I Love Rock 'N' Roll" for the movie Crossroads and then told a reporter sheRead More »from Joanie Loves Miley