Letter Box

Dear Miley Cyrus,

This letter has been coming a long time. I tried to come on board with the teenage engagement, the hair and the extreme dieting – but the MTV awards were the last straw. The fact that you are doing these things is perfectly acceptable – I mean, does anyone care what Lindsay Lohan does these days? Nope. It’s just that we have greater expectations from Disney stars.

Why? Well, Disney is one of the few surviving stations on TV that children watch and love. There is no doubt that had you not done Hannah Montana, no one would care about your excessive need to twerk. The fact of the matter is, Disney stars take their popularity status for granted and eventually turn to exploit it. Do you really not see how you are influencing the future? You have the power to make a difference – what baffles me is that you’re using it to twerk.

I don’t want you to stop being who you are, if you want to be known for doing what you do, then so be it. What I am saying is that you should be bigger than that. Don’t let this status become the be-all and end-all of your career. You have the opportunity to be great, why you’re passing that chance to be known as the girl who couldn’t manage her fame is beyond me. Had I had your opportunities, I would go the Hilary Duff and Jessica Alba way – positive change in an influential way.

Trust me – in 10 years you’ll look back and wish you had done more. You have the talent, the interest, the opportunity. Make it happen for yourself before it’s too late.




One thought on “Dear Miley Cyrus,

  1. I think it’s sad what she is doing. I actually like her music… much to my children’s dismay… but the way she presents herself in public is disturbing to me. I would imagine she’s trying to get rid of that goody goody image of Hannah Montanna but this isn’t the way to do it. Sure, she has a right… but I sadly fear she’s ending her career early carrying on the way she is doing. She has talent… I would think she could figure out a better way to go about showing it and enjoying it.


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