Hundreds of thousands of people around the world are taking part in March for Our Lives demonstrations, calling for an end to gun violence. The protests were sparked by a string of deadly school shootings, including the massacre in Parkland, Fla., last month. Organizers say they expected nearly a million people in Washington, D.C., alone, and celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Paul McCartney, Arianna Grande and Cher were there. Click through for highlights.See the Yahoo News live blog of today’s events here. ...
Miley Cyrus returned to the Grammy Awards on Sunday evening, making her first appearance at music’s biggest night since 2015 — and she wants you to know that the #BitchIsBack. To kick off the night, the 25-year-old singer walked the red carpet in a Jean Paul Ga velvet Jean Paul Gaultier jumpsuit featuring shoulder-draping details.
This has been the year of Miley Cyrus' make-under. After her new single "Younger Now" dropped, we were fully expecting Cyrus to walk on stage at the VMAs tonight with the same understated, relaxed vibe she brought to the Billboard Music Awards — grown-out roots, beachy waves, and no-makeup makeup to boot — but the very opposite happened. In fact, she decided to channel someone else entirely: Elvis Presley.
Miley Cyrus finally revealed why she’s so inconsistent about wearing her engagement ring, even though it appears that her relationship with fiancé Liam Hemsworth is back on: She doesn’t really love the ring itself.
Miley Cyrus is very rich—this we know. How rich, you ask? Well, according to the Internet, she’s worth a reported $160 MILLION. Yet, despite her Scrooge McDuck levels of wealth, she’s pretty much always naked!
Photo: Miley Cyrus wore 11 different outfits during MTV’s two-hour broadcast of the 2015 Video Music Awards, each revealing varying degrees of skin and fluctuating levels of insanity. With the help of her stylist, Simone Harrouche, the pair created a fashion narrative from the moment Cyrus stepped out onto the red carpet in a custom Versace ensemble made of chandelier strands and silver suspenders. From there, a custom Henry Holland pink latex dress paid homage to her newly released single “Dooo It,” and later, she wore another custom look created by Harouche and designer Brad Callahan, professionally known as BCalla, to perform the debut song off her new album Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz. After fans of the brand started complaining on social media, Cami James and Nadia Napreychikov, its Melbourne-based designers posted this note to Instagram: “We are obviously distraught, and this couldn’t have come at a worse time as we are on out official last day of making the new collection, so we are trying our best to rise above and stay focused. We’ve kept our mouths closed about a lot of things in the past, but the one thing you can’t take and get away with is someone’s identity.” James and Napreychikov create kitschy clothes with lots of sequins, bold words, emoji faces, and other symbols including middle fingers, money signs, and cacti.
Miley Cyrus can’t be tamed — and live television (OK, delayed by a few minutes) is no exception. The host of the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards angered the Parents Television Council, a censorship advocacy group, with a wardrobe malfunction that let a nip slip during a moment backstage as well as her repeated references to illicit drug use. “MTV had an opportunity to use its powerful VMA platform to stir a young audience to aspire to something positive and uplifting. Instead they chose to perpetuate blatant sexualization – much of it self-inflicted by the artists – and to celebrate the use of illegal drugs,” Tim Winter, president of PTC, said in a statement following Sunday night’s broadcast. “MTV rated the content of the program as appropriate for a child as young as 14, though most parents of teens that age would find such a content rating preposterous.