Readers know that we'll bring Miley Cyrus back into Framed any time we think your interest may be flagging, and--hey!--welcome to this week! Yes, we're happy to have the teen singing sensation back in our blog for what is surely her 86th appearance!
We love you, Miley!
Our video this week is Miley's "Party In The USA," which (as we write this) is #2 on the iTunes. And, although the bar cannot be described as being set impossibly high, we feel pretty safe in saying that this is Miley's greatest song ever! It's an uptempo, feel-good number that talks about her transcultural identity while referencing Jay-Z and Britney! Seriously, this song works on levels that don't even exist yet!
The video, like the song itself, is also a romp! You'll see Miley as a fun, goofy, dancing chick with her fun, goofy, dancing friends, having nuthin' but goofy fun! Good for her!
Please post your thoughts about this song and Miley! Are we correct in our analysis, or are we horribly off the mark?? How could that even be possible?!
We also have captions!
4 -- "Make everything about personal responsibility to divert attention from the myriad corporate crimes that have tilted the playing field? Cool!"
5 -- "Is it true? Is a giant space monster eating the sun, like you said, honey? Or is there a more prosaic explanation?"
6 -- "Really, Miley? You can actually rip out Taylor Swift's heart with your bare hand and show it to her before she dies? Damn!"
7 -- "Yeah! National identity cards and forced tattoos! You tell 'em, Mr. President!"
8 -- Miley's new phone app, which forces fat girls to do jumping jacks, may, in fact, be illegal!
9 -- "Hold on. If I invent a third identity I can make even more money!"
10 -- But what if "Ant Jesus" was also down there? Then what?!
11 -- Deciding that the only way to save Taylor Swift was by attacking en masse, Gummo unleashed the entire population of Bubbylonia!
12-- "Remember, America: I'll never sell out!"