An Oregon judge sentenced Jesse Helt to prison today for violating his probation and trespassing. Jesse’s criminal record came to light after he accepted Miley Cyrus’ 2014 VMA on national television.
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Riding penis pool toys, calling attention to her nether-regions: it’s just Miley bein’ Miley. Her latest antics should perhaps shock, but surprise no one. Check out the photos and leave a respectful comment sharing your own thoughts on her behavior.
See the video of Miley Cyrus’ twerking incident in question, which Mexican state officials say she took too far. She now faces a possible fine and jail time.
Is the cover a waste of time, a respectful homage, or something else? Give it a listen, compare it with Zeppelin’s version, and see which other folk / rock icon Cyrus has it in her mind to cover.
Cyrus’ fan-inspired, “psychedelic” artwork will be on display in New York City starting today. Check out the most recent images of her creations, and see whether you share her enthusiasm for the work. Plus: tiny teddy bears.
Four days after he became one of the most talked about people in the entertainment business when he accepted Miley Cyrus’ VMA, Jesse Helt turned himself in to Oregon police officials. See how Miley plans to continue helping…
After Miley Cyrus introduced homeless friend Jesse Helt at the 2014 VMAs, the attention led to others discovering a warrant is out for Jesse’s arrest. Miley later criticized the media for focusing on Jesse’s criminal issues rather than the plight of homeless youth.
Miley Cyrus was once again shocking at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards last night, but instead of doing it by hogging the spotlight with robust twerking, she did it by givng up the spotlight to a homeless 22-year-old aspiring model named Jesse Helt in an attempt to draw attention to the homeless problem in Los Angeles and around the country. Keep reading to find out more about Jesse’s difficult journey chasing his modeling dream that includes multiple arrests in his home state of Oregon in 2010 and 2011.
“It’s not about the twerking. It’s about the music,” Miley Cyrus said on the red carpet of tonight’s VMAs. After last year’s performance broke the Internet and dominated the entire media reporting cycle for months, everyone was looking to see what stunt she’s pull this year, but she took her low-key approach even farther. When she won the coveted Music Video of The Year Award for her controversial “Wrecking Ball” video, she stood up and started clapping, but didn’t move to the stage. Instead, a young man named Jesse accepted the award for her on behalf of the homeless youth of the United States.
Whom did a little twerking ever hurt? The government of the Dominical Republic, apparently, as they’ve banned Cyrus from performing in their country. Find out exactly what their objection is.