For someone that is not exactly a Miley Cyrus fan, I seem to find myself defending her more than one would think …
According to a recent report from Fox News, Liam Hemsworth seems to be taking his newfound status as famous for something other than being Cyrus’ boyfriend to heart. He is, in fact, apparently “embarrassed” by her behavior.
[Hemsworth’s] growing increasingly concerned with some of her racy behavior, according to a new report from Us magazine.
Once a Disney star known for her wholesome image and role on “Hannah Montana,” Cyrus’ style has become increasingly racy and her performances have become quite provocative.
“She’s always out in skimpy outfits and writhing on him,” a source tells the magazine. “Sometimes he looks embarrassed for her.”
The 22-year-old actor also feels like he is in baby-sitting mode hanging out with Cyrus, 19, the source adds.
My opinion on Miley Cyrus is that her talent is minimal at best, her behavior is at times completely irresponsible and inappropriate, and that if her father was a plumber or a milkman, she’d be living out her life on a farm in the Midwest or something.
That being said, though, I have obviously never met Miley Cyrus. My opinions on her are, to be fair, based solely on her portrayal in the media (and her own stupid Tweets and leaked photos … and, okay, yeah, my second grade daughter likes Hannah Montana).
For someone who allegedly loves her, though, to be allegedly talking smack about her when, let’s be real, his fame is very likely tied directly to Miley Cyrus arm candy status …
Yeah, I know, “a source” is hardly the most reliable thing in the world. It’s not like Hemsworth himself is publicly stating that Cyrus is an embarrassment, and media scuttlebutt is hardly … well, gospel.
It’s just that, now that he’s making a name for himself as the brooding Gale in The Hunger Games, it’s a logical theory that Miley is becoming increasingly obsolete.
I’m certainly not arguing that Miley Cyrus is more talented than Liam Hemsworth. What bothers me is the impression that his reportedly looking down on her ridiculous behavior (which, incidently, has been going on for years now) and feeling that he has to always be “looking after her” is … well, newsworthy?
Am I way off here?