“I was born to be who I am right now,” declares Miley Cyrus at the beginning of the trailer for her new documentary, Miley, The Movement. Hold on, it’s a far cry from Hanna Montana. The girl, who went from a tween star to twerking, is still making tongues wag over her outrageous performance with Alan Thicke at the VMA’s. Cyrus admits, “You’re always gonna make people talk. You might as well make them talk for, like, two weeks, rather than two seconds.”
The trailer promises a documentary filled with Miley moments; posing with her fans, rehearsing and walking the red carpet and an all-access backstage pass to the infamous VMA’s. There’s even a shared moment with Brittany Spears, as Cyrus explains, “Everyone takes the VMA’s so serious, I just want to come out and shoot a hotdog gun. I just want to have fun.” The trailer promises to keep Cyrus fans and non-fans alike talking and tweeting for some time.
The one-hour documentary, Miley, The Movement airs on October 2 on MTV.
By: Lisa Nance