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Published:June 2nd, 2010 11:08 EST
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Miley Cyrus Rocks The Cameltoe

By Robert Paul Reyes

"Miley Cyrus is no longer Hannah Montana, let`s try to forget she ever was in the first place. Looks like the former child star is desperate to shed the image as well as the clothes behind!

miley cyrusFor her performance at the ` Rock in Rio` music festival, Cyrus wore a skin tight, lime green leotard with a push up bra. The outfit is so outrageously snug that several photos reveal Cyrus`s cameltoe."

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There`s quite a lot going on in the Miley Cyrus front: The pop tart has a new single "Can`t Be Tamed", and she recently announced she`s going to forego college, and focus on her career.

But all the talk is about Miley`s green catsuit that was tailor-made to feature her cameltoe. I feel awkward discussing a 17-year-old girl`s cameltoe, but the subject can`t be avoided. When Miley repeatedly thrusts her cameltoe at the audience, she is making her nether regions the focus of her performance.

Miley is obviously trying to shed her Hannah Montana persona, and show the world that she`s a big girl now. We get the message loud and clear! Miley`s concert attendees are primarily pre-teen girls, and the pop princess should refrain from wearing such risque outfits until she attracts primarily adult audiences.

Miley Cyrus is an immensely talented artist, and I wish she wouldn`t go the Britney Spears route. Miley has incredible vocals, and she doesn`t need to dress skanky to attract an audience.

Miley`s puke green leopard outfit was an aesthetic disaster even without the prominent cameltoe. Miley needs to hire a designer with talent and good taste.

Miley, who will soon be 18, is desperate to grow up, but she needs to tone it down a few notches. Miley`s fans are interested in her artistic growth, and not in how physically she has turned into a woman.

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