Miley Cyrus is still reminded of the Turkey memes that spread like wildfire in response to her 2013 VMA outfit. Look at what she said next.
There were several celebrities present at the 2013 VMAs. Performers during the event included Lady Gaga, Drake, Justin Timberlake, and others. In the midst of this, Miley stunned everyone with her performance as she managed to steal the show with her outfit choice.
Exploring Miley Cyrus’ 2013 VMA Cosplay
Miley took home three award shows at the 2013 VMAs. But she and Robin Thicke’s performance was what really got people’s attention. As she sang her hit song, We Can’t Stop, the singer was observed twerking.
Miley began the performance while clad in a silver bathing suit. She was surrounded by enormous bears as well, and the two of them managed to command everyone’s attention. However, as the singer switched to a nude latex two-piece for her performance, it quickly became an online meme.
Following this, the singer experienced body shaming as people made comparisons to her turkey-like appearance. She is still affected by the Twitter memes that have surfaced.
Turkey Memes Are Remembered by Miley Cyrus
After what happened at the 2013 VMAs, Miley revealed on June 7 that she still fears being body-shamed while posting selfies on Instagram Stories.
To advertise her attendance at the Summer Fest, she posted the picture. She shared a photo of herself wearing a bikini and said, “Made ya look. Buy tickets right away for @summerfest. Miley then commented, “You’ll scar me w that turkey butt sh*t,” in response.
Miley also included stickers with phrases like “gobble gobble” and “chicken bu**” in the image. Miley has already spoken out about experiencing body shaming. During Bright Minded: Live With Miley, the singer clarified it.
After the VMAs, when Cyrus was sporting a charming little nude bodysuit, she said: “I stopped wearing skirts on stage, all this crap because after the VMAs, everyone started comparing me to a turkey and putting a bird on my outfit.”
“They kept putting me next to this turkey and I was just so pasty and skinny, and I was feeling so awful about myself that I didn’t wear a bikini for like two years,” she said.
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