Miley Cyrus spoiled her relations with Disney when she drastically changed her public image starting with the sexually charged ‘Can’t Be Tamed’ music video.
Today, the sensational singer and actress Miley Cyrus is very different than what she was in her Disney Channel days. The former Hannah Montana star has undergone many changes in her personal and professional life. Now, the fans are wondering whether her iconic music video ‘Can’t Be Tamed‘ was the reason Disney Studios ended their relationship with Miley Cyrus.
- Miley Cyrus disappointed the House of Mouse.
- Miley Cyrus’ sudden shift in public image became a problem for many.
- Disney wasn’t ready to accept Miley’s sexuality being flaunted.
Why Miley Cyrus A.K.A Hannah Montana Disappointed Disney
The year 2010 began with a drastic change in Miley Cyrus’s whole look. In that year, her first single ‘Can’t Be Tamed’ was released and began playing on the radio. A couple of days later it was accompanied with a music video. In that controversial video Miley Cyrus portrayed as a bird who is trapped in a cage and wiggling around male and female dancers. It was hard for the audiences to accept Cyrus’ sudden bold avatar.
Recently, Jose Mendoza, who worked as an assistant in Radio Disney in the promotional department, revealed that Disney was concerned for it’s clean image after the overnight change in Miley Cyrus’ new look.
He revealed, “I was working for Radio Disney at the time as a Promotional Assistant and I am not kidding when I say that the next day after this dropped Disney made us cancel everything that was connected to Miley Cyrus. No radio plays. No, mentioning her. Nothing”
On the other side, few followers even asked why they didn’t take any action on Selena Gomez’s video as she was also a part of Disney. On that Jose agreed and responded, “They wanted to make a stance that they did not accept Miley’s sexuality being flaunted.”
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