It’s pretty clear from her latest video for her single, called “We Can’t Stop,” 20-year-old Miley Cyrus really can’t be tamed. She pops in some gold teeth before we see her partially laying under a bed in her skivvies as the song begins. Roasting marshmallows on a candelabra, eating $100 bill-flavored sandwiches (yum?), French fry skulls, and a little friendly spanking, the first minute of the video culminates with a group of life-sized dancing teddy bears. Yes, you read all of that correctly.
The very Ke$ha-esque video serves up a bowl of alphabet soup around 1:30, cleverly spelling out “twerk,” before cutting to a scene of Miley and her pals shakin’ their booties like there’s no tomorrow. Guess we kind of saw that coming; thanks for the hint.
1:40 is right about when PETA blew a gasket as Miley struts around in a giant fur coat, holding a taxidermy animal, as a few more stuffed rodents are pulled around the floor by a leash. Before we can even wrap up the first two minutes we find Miley and her friends frolicking in the pool with Miley making out with a life-sized Barbie doll; “Remember only God can judge ya,” she proclaims.
The party continues and we see a digital sign that reads“ _ U C K” making an appearance in the dance number. A random guy is seen laying in a pile of bread, enjoying a little snack. Miley takes a sexy stance in a window wearing barely-there booty shorts, breaks open a piñata full of hot dogs and hamburgers, and then she moves on to more booty slappin’ and dancing bears.
The video finishes out with Cyrus getting cozy with a shirtless guy as she kisses his chest and then moves on to her awkwardly dry-humping a bed in platform shoes and tighty whities. Miley gives the double peace sign to the camera as the video fades out; and now we can breathe.
With clear product placement from Beats Audio and EOS Chap Stick, this new video of Miley’s is definitely entertaining, but it’s certainly also the most bizarre thing the singer has done to date. “It’s our party we can do what we want.”
Oh, and Hannah Montana is definitely not invited.
Yeah, we get it.