Archive - Jul 6, 2009
Miley Cyrus opened up to Popstar! on how to become best friends with her: 'I think privacy, honesty and truth are the are the most important things to me in a friend.' Miley has hundreds of acquaintances, but only a few BFFs.
'You want to make sure the friend is someone that's not running and telling everyone everything because what you tell them, even if it's something silly like what you guys did that day or where you guys went.
You want to keep that totally private, otherwise people are going to start going there to see you and it's not going to be the same. I think it's someone that can be really honest and keep everything on the downlow.
Embarrassing moments & new scene clip under!
Snow Patrol singer Gary Lightbody has urged Jonas Brothers to start sleeping with women. He thinks they are giving out the wrong message to fans, because teen always want to break taboos.
He told Daily Record:
'When a band takes a stand so vehemently and so opposite of my own views I have to speak up, simply as a concerned citizen. This is not about their music, that I won't comment on. Two words - promise rings? From all our teenage years onwards, we think of sex a lot. You think abstinence is going to cut the mustard?
I may know very little, but one thing I'm sure of is that this simply will not
work. The things we make taboo are the things kids naturally gravitate towards. Swearing, sex, drugs, tattoos, guns, violent games and movies, dark rock music, all these things are in the 'Do Not Touch' pile and that is way too tantalizing..
..for kids, who are only trying to find out for themselves about life's adult mysteries. When they are only taught abstinence they are really taught nothing at all. We all have a primal, almost ceaseless urge to mate and a bit of silver on one finger isn't going to stop millions of years of animal evolution.'
From Selina: Today I was visiting Northwestern University by Chicago, IL and around 2 PM after the school tour was over my friend and I spotted Nick Jonas and his dad who were also visiting.
Not many people noticed him because he didn't have big security or his other brothers, but he did take pictures with us. He was really nice, well-mannered and shy. He thanked us for being fans.'