MileyCyrus is growing up fast. She will be 17-years-old next month. Based on herlatest video, "Party In The U.S.A.," the lead track from her album, "The TimeOf Our Lives," the tween queen is ready to abandon her throne to compete withthe big dogs.MTVthat the clip was inspired by the drive-in scene in "Grease" and elements ofMiley's parents' first date, which happened to be at a Kentucky drive-in. These visuals areinescapable.
However, when I see Miley in Daisy Dukes jean shorts"swinging [her] hips" across the stage with the American flag backdrop, myfirst points of reference are Jessica Simpson's "TheseBoots Are Made For Walkin'" video and every typical Kid Rock party scene.
While Chris did not direct Jessica's "These Boots Are MadeFor Walkin'" video, he does have credits with Jessica, Kid Rock, not tomention, Britney, Mariah, Rihanna, Pussycat Dolls, Paris Hilton, Vanessa Hudgens... I thinkyou get my point.
Chris also told MTV that it was Miley's idea to capture "high-gloss, glamorous whitetrash."
No furthercomment.Hannah Montana" co-star Mitchel Musso also displaysa more adult side of himself this week in his new music video.
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