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Did Miley Cyrus Appear Topless in Vanity Fair?

By April 28, 2008

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Did teen sensation Miley Cyrus really appear topless in Vanity Fair? Miley is finally coming forward to talk about the scandalous magazine photos that have been floating all over the internet. The allegedly topless photos haven't even hit newsstands yet and the critics are already attacking her. As a form of early damage control, Miley, 15, gave this exclusive statement to People:

"My goal in my music and my acting is always to make people happy. For Vanity Fair, I was so honored and thrilled to work with Annie [Leibovitz]. I took part in a photo shoot that was supposed to be 'artistic' and now, seeing the photographs and reading the story, I feel so embarrassed," she said.

While she was on the topic of scandalous photos, Miley went on to address the recent crop making the rounds. "The pictures of me on the internet were silly, inappropriate shots. I have let myself down. I will learn from my mistakes and trust my support team. My family and my faith will guide me through my life's journey," she added.

Did she learn nothing from her pal Vanessa Hudgens?

Video From the Vanity Fair Photo Shoot

Photo Credit: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images.

Comments

April 28, 2008 at 10:08 am
(1) Mom 4 Modesty says:

Now there’s MORE 15 year young Miley Cyrus skin showing thanks to PARENTALLY approved Vanity Fair Photos.
(The one with her laying across her dad’s lap looks sadly similar to one “leaked” of her with her boyfriend.)
Guess the days are gone when Daddy’s shotgun just happened to be needing a cleaning while her date waited for her.

Is there any chance the Cyrus and Spears families are related somewhere in their bloodlines?

Now, how does the saying go – “the road to hell is paved with good intentions”?
Sex sells! Yes, and the devil’s buying up too many little girls’ souls.

For me? I’m far from a perfect mom, but last year I blocked the Disney/Nick channels,
had enough, period. They’re practically giving away used, truly kid-friendly
VHS tapes in thrift stores these days………

April 28, 2008 at 6:24 pm
(2) maria andrea says:

i barely like miley cyrus but those were not slutty pictures. cut her some slack!!!
and mom 4 modesty yea she did something bad but if it was some one else no one would of even cared, yea she is a roll model for kids but she had to grow up some day and maybe those pictures were never even suppose to leak, oh and by the way i heard of you on this other page well advice if she ends up famous or something and something bad happened to miley well maybe you’re kid will learn to not do that, oh and sometimes protecting you’re kids too much doesn’t end well they need to get a taste of the real world wow this is a lot o writing peace bye

April 28, 2008 at 11:06 pm
(3) Kelly says:

I am so glad that you brought up Vanessa hudgens! How quickly the world forgets that her pictures were way worse and somehow miley gets more trouble for hers?

May 1, 2008 at 7:39 pm
(4) UPSET MOTHER says:

SHE IS ONLY 15! MILEY SHOULD NOT BE THE ONE APOLOGIZING FOR THOSE PICTURES OR FEEL EMBARRASSED. HER PARENTS AND THE PHOTOGRAPHERS SHOULD BE THE ONES APOLOGIZING TO MILEY FOR EXPLOITING HER THAT WAY AND MAKING HER FEEL ASHAMED, ITS NOT HER FAULT THAT SEX SELLS AND A 15 YEAR OLD SHOULD NOT BE PUT INTO THAT SITUATION IN THE FIRST PLACE.
SHAME ON MOM AND DAD FOR LETTING IT GO ON. IF THAT WAS MY CHILD I NEVER WOULD HAVE LET THOSE PICTURES HIT THE NEWS STANDS. THEY MAY HAVE INTENDED THOSE PICTURES TO BE ARTISTIC BUT HOW MANY PEOPLE ACTUALLY VIEW THEM THAT WAY, NOT TOO MANY. PEOPLE HAVE VERY DIRTY MINDS NOWDAYS.

May 4, 2008 at 9:05 pm
(5) hdjkfaj says:

i think everyone is taking this out of control. its not a big deal. no one ever questions christina or britney or hilary duff or anyone else when they take pictures like that. why question miley? AND its not even like they were bad pictures.

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