WTF WEEKLY: Miley Cyrus is a Changed Woman in New 'Younger Now' Video + MORE
    • FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 2017

    • Posted by: Kirsten Spruch

    1. Miley Cyrus really wants us to know that she's a changed woman. Like, she really wants us to know.

    After dropping her two singles "Malibu" and "Inspired," Miley has dropped the next song to prove just how pure she is now. With "Younger Now," the title track off of her upcoming album, she is once again reiterating that she is a mother-truckin' saint. Seriously, she wants everyone to know it, she's basically screaming "hey look at me! I may have gotten a lot of tattoos but I can still go back to church!"

    "I feel like I just woke up, like all this time I didn't sleep," she sings in the beginning. Well girl, you probably felt like you were sleeping all these years because you smoked so much weed. I know if I smoked as much pot as you, I'd be assed out on the couch all day. "Feels like I've been living in a dream, but never make it to the end," seems like Miley is still high finally a changed woman.

    I've gotta say, the video is pretty weird and different - in a good way. I don't love the song (it's bland and the lyrics are far too literal and corny), but the video I can f*ck with. Directed by Diamond Martel and Miley herself, we see her dressed in several different scenes, dancing with grannies and puppets. Creepy! (Actually in that one scene with the dancing doll, it looks like Milez could be Ellen Degeneres if Ellen Degeneres dressed up as a cowgirl for Halloween).


    2. American Idol is still happening… If they can find some judges.

    It looks like even American Idol is giving up on itself. So far they have the horrible Ryan Seacrest back as host again, in addition to one judge, Katy Perry, who will be receiving a whopping $25 million paycheck for fighting with her co-judges (if she has any) and yelling at aspiring singers. "You'll never make it in this industry as a pop star, Sally! Have you heard my single ‘Swish Swish'? I'm staying on the top forever!"

    It looks like AI is having trouble locking down other judges. Maybe it's because they've seen how horrible it is to work with Katy. Maybe it's because it's American Idol. Or maybe it's because the show is having money trouble. So far, they have a few judge possibilities - Lionel Richie, Charlie Puth, Luke Bryan, Nile Rodgers, and former judge Keith Urban - but none are close to being locked down. Apparently, their biggest get would be Lionel, but they're only offering him $5 million. Seriously, $20 million LESS than Katy Perry? I'm confused…

    They've kicked off auditions, so let's hope they get some judges:



    3. Scary Spice is single!

    According to Mel B, bae is single and ready to mingle... With 15 guys? She confessed her newly found freedom during the critique of "Some Nights" by the Air Force Academy's a cappella group In The Stairwell on America's Got Talent. She said, "Your harmonies, they're just so yummy. There's fifteen of you, right? You all look really good. I love that you still kept the kind of awkward choreography, I love that. I love that about you guys. And yes, I am so happy to be single right now!" I mean, she clearly had a crush on all 15 guys -- nothing better than a man in a uniform?

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