August 26th, 2013
09:11 PM ET

Miley Cyrus' racy performance shocks everyone

Miley Cyrus left jaws hanging after her risque performance at the MTV Video Music Awards.

At her performance, you can see the 20-year-old singer strutting around the stage with giant teddy bears. Cyrus then strips down to a nude, apparently latex bikini and starts - um, dancing? -  with R&B singer Robin Thicke and a giant foam finger.

Many called the pop star's performance offensive.

But did she actually accomplish exactly what she set out to do?

OutFront: Radio Show Host Stephanie Miller, CNN Opinion Contributor Dean Obeidallah and Mediaite's Joe Concha.

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  1. clyde elliott

    Ms. Cyrus, (we) all know and love yo so m=very ... but when you feel that you must prance about the stage of one the the most biggest venue in the country. New york no less.. What up? W/ that?. remember the mind of your largest fans base DA? Sweet life.. secondly;; where in the 're that Pin-up right? blank is the example for others that may be bless enough as you were. No harm no foul!! Miley but I wish you really know much we love you and want the best fro you!!
    p.s. by-the -way really great way to demo a gait. scantly clad. sorry you didn't get best video...next !!!!right-on.

    August 27, 2013 at 11:40 am | Reply
  2. James D. Humbert

    How is she setting a bad example in a country full of the most disgusting people in the world, our women are not a good example, and last i checked playboy is well respected, and Victoria secret fashion shows are given nice reviews, and ever are the models shown any of the hate she is getting. She is having fun, she is not a hoe, and she is doing nothing different then Rihanna

    August 27, 2013 at 1:35 am | Reply

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