Miley Cyrus pays tribute to Michael Jordan with weird outfit

Miley Cyrus set the internet ablaze on Sunday night at the MTV Video Music Awards. If you missed her performance with Robin Thicke, feel free to take a few moments to check it out on Youtube or browse through some photos that are sure to blow your mind.

Seen enough? We don’t blame you. After bringing down the house at the VMAs, Miley managed to capture the attention of the sports world on Monday when she posted the photo you see above. It appears she turned a Michael Jordan jersey into a skanky outfit. Do you think the hair is a wig?

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Ohio State, Jared Sullinger Sing Miley Cyrus Party in the USA (Video)

I don’t know what it is about Miley Cyrus’ Party in the USA song, but it has made the crossover from teeny-bopper pop to straight sports. We had players using it for their at-bat music and getting ridiculed, and now Ohio State’s basketball team is doing it up. As I saw at The Sports Bank, some Buckeyes appeared in a video singing Party in the USA in about as out of tune fashion as possible. Honestly, I no longer feel awful about my horrendous singing abilities after this:

I do have to admit, Jared Sullinger did make up for the failures of Jon Diebler and especially Aaron Craft, but I have to give them all credit just for making the video. Most people are generally too embarrassed to do it, but these guys weren’t.

Don’t Lose Miley’s Cue Cards

It’s a good thing Chicago Blackhawks center Jonathan Toews isn’t much of a social butterfly.  If he were, he might be a little put off by Miley Cyrus‘ inability to ad-lib.  The two were introducing a performance by rapper Drake at the 2010 MuchMusic Awards on Sunday night when Miley was supposedly unable to read her cue cards, as she reminded us multiple times.  Apparently giving an introduction for a musical performance is no easy task for the pop star without the cards, and as a result the Stanley Cup champ became more of an awkward decoration while she babbled and tried to recover.  Check out the video of Miley Cyrus messing up at the 2010 MuchMusic Awards alongside Jonathan Toews because she couldn’t read the cue cards, courtesy of Puck Daddy via SI Hot Clicks:

It’s okay, Miley, Cameron Maybin still loves you.

Video: Miley Cyrus bungles awards banter with Jonathan Toews [Puck Daddy]
Brooklyn Decker; Yankees mad at Lady Gaga [SI Hot Clicks]
Video Credit: YouTube user MileyCantBetamed2

Cameron Maybin’s At-Bat Song Is Miley Cyrus’ Party in the USA

The Florida Marlins opened up the season taking two of three from the Mets in Flushing. It wasn’t until Friday night that they debuted in front of their home crowd in Miami against the Dodgers. Florida took two of three in that series as well, taking advantage of some Dodgers bullpen mismanagement. That’s not the concern here however. What is of concern is a little matter of at-bat music — the song that plays throughout the stadium as a player approaches the batters box to hit. As my co-worker Marcas Grant pointed out to me, the Dodgers announcers were having a ball joking about Cameron Maybin’s at-bat song which happens to be Miley Cyrus’ “Party in the USA.” The Palm Beach Post actually had an inkling that the song would turn some heads before the season began.

Pitcher Chris Volstad told them, “[The song] goes against that grain a little bit but I think more people will like it than won’t like it. It’s one of those popular catchy songs people like. It’s hardly the motivating-type song but maybe it puts him a good mood.’’

Either Maybin’s going to have to change up his song or wear some headphones at all times because he screwed up pretty badly on Sunday. Not only did Maybin misplay a ball in center field leading to the Dodgers first two runs but he also got picked off first base by pitcher Charlie Haeger. If he keeps playing that way there won’t be much more Miley Cyrus around Sun Life Stadium and that would just be a shame for everyone. Just for kicks because we kind of have to at this point, here’s the hit song:

Florida Marlins walk-up hit: Cameron Maybin ready to “Party in the USA” [The Palm Beach Post]