Miley Cyrus admits she’s a mess

GLAAD via YoutubeStephen Ira Beatty stars in a PSA opposing a regulation that would exclude transgender people from accessing healthcare.

GLAAD via YoutubeStephen Ira Beatty stars in a PSA opposing a regulation that would exclude transgender people from accessing healthcare.

Just as predicted in Scoop, Miley Cyrus is attempting to clean up her oversexed dingbat image by putting out a heart-to-heart interview wherein she admits to human frailty and her dedication to her craft.

“Miley: The Movement” airs Wednesday night on MTV, and in it she admits she is a “hot mess,” but she says it’s “strategic.”

Attention is attention. This is like that woman on Flavor Flav’s “Flavor of Love” dating show who accidently pooped on herself, but hoped that it would at least make her stand out from the rest. Denial is a powerful thing.FeaturesGossipMiley CyrusMTV

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