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Miley Cyrus On 'snl': 'hannah Montana' Is Dead

The future pop star with her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, in October 1994 in Memphis, Tennessee. There are a few subjects I'm not going to get into tonight: I'm not going to do Hannah Montana, but I can give you an update. She was murdered." And thus began an extremely Miley-heavy episode of "SNL," as she appeared in most of the night's sketches and gave two pared-down performances of her hits, "We Can't Stop" and "Wrecking Ball." While she's made headlines for both the music videos for those songs and her attire while performing them live, on "SNL" Cyrus turned in two tasteful sets that were focused http://www.nexopia.com/users/summersrcra/blog/10-farrah-abraham-thinks-being-a-feminist-has-something-to-do-with-being-a-lesbian less on her dance moves and more on her voice. She also provided impersonations of a few famous faces, including Scarlett Johansson and Hillary Clinton, but the favorite of the night was her take on Michele Bachmann in a parody of her "We Can't Stop" music video, "We Did Stop (The Government)." With Taran Killam playing Speaker John Boehner in a tight white tank and matching leggings, the parody was easily one of the night's best sketches. Sample lyrics: "To my government workers on the furlough, even though you're already paid low: Remember only God can judge us, forget the haters, because somebody elected us." One topic conspicuously missing from the broadcast was any mention of Sinead O'Connor, the singer Cyrus has been publicly battling with over social media. It all began when O'Connor wrote an open letter to Cyrus last week about her nudity and suggestiveness in the "Wrecking Ball" music video. Cyrus hit back with a tweeted dig at O'Connor's visite site past mental health issues, as well as the infamous moment in 1992 when the "Nothing Compares 2 U" singer ripped up a photo of Pope John Paul II on "SNL." Yet for all those who waited patiently to see how "SNL" and Cyrus would tackle the back-and-forth -- which on Friday g rew to threats of legal action -- they were left disappointed. Sinead O'Connor wasn't mentioned, nor was a photo dramatically torn in her honor. Overall, the episode was smooth, light on nudity and mainly twerk-free.
Full story: http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/06/showbiz/celebrity-news-gossip/miley-cyrus-snl/index.html

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