Miley Cyrus' VMA performance, where she twerked alongside Robin Thicke as he sang "Blurred Lines," may have lost her one very important fan - Vogue magazine editor in chief Anna Wintour.
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Although the fashion mag was scheduled to feature the 20-year-old singer on the cover of their December issue, those plans were reportedly cancelled after Anna saw Miley's raunchy act on MTV, which featured the singer in a flesh-colored bikini, gyrating with giant teddy bears while she rubbed a foam finger provocatively against herself.
"Anna found the whole thing distasteful," a source told the British newspaper The Daily Mail. "She decided, based on Miley's performance, to take the cover in a different direction." Anna has been called the most important magazine editor in the world, and she inspired the Meryl Streep character in the movie The Devil Wears Prada.
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The "We Can't Stop" singer will still most likely appear in the issue, just not on the cover.
Vogue has featured controversial young singers before, including Rihanna, Katy Perry, and Lady Gaga. Anna also famously turned down Kim Kardashian's attempts to be in Vogue despite boyfriend Kanye West's impressive fashion world connections.
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This isn't the first time that a magazine got Miley in hot water. In 2008, pictures of a scantily clad Miley alongside her dad, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, caused controversy all over the world and were even called child pornography by some.
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