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Miley Cyrus and Robyn: A Comparison

I have a theory that Miley Cyrus is copying Robyn. Today, I am sharing evidence of this. 

I am not the first person to have this thought obviously.

1.) The hair.

I hate to admit to this, but Miley had lovely hair before 2012. She had nice, all-American locks. The kind that did her well in a Nicholas Sparks movie.


Now?


Meanwhile, we have Robyn:


2.) Snoop Dogg (Lion?)



3.) Being Weird



and


I think Miley probably admires Robyn's transition to an adult star and hopes to emulate it, but Robyn is a queen. Miley seems to be having...some weird growing pains. Billy Ray, what did you do!





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  1. That try-hard, talentless hack *wishes* she were as naturally cool as Robyn. Just spillin' some truth tea. xoxo

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    1. spill your truth juice all over. CANONIZE ROBYN

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  2. Interesting. I had a thought on this, as well. Perhaps A RESPONSE POST IS IN ORDER?!?!?@#$%@#@

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  3. Also, am I the only one to recognize simalarities between call your girlfriend and wrecking ball?

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    1. I haven't heard "Wrecking Ball" - I'm doing my best to avoid it!

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