Miley Pole Dances At Teen Choice Awards, More From The Web

Check out the reaction of the fan in the crowd.

If she was trying to get attention, I guess it worked…

Miley Cyrus’ pole dance at the Teen Choice Awards (of all places) is being bashed by bloggers all over the Internet. says, “But the stripper-esque choreography, coupled with Cyrus’ questionable red-carpet attire, came off completely inappropriate and ill-advised.”

The LA Times blog has the headline “Miley goes too far (and too low),” followed by, “There are so many things wrong with this performance of ‘Party in the U.S.A.’ The too-short shorts, the exposed bra and, oh yeah, the stripper pole on the ice cream truck.”

These quotes may not phase the star, who won six surfboards that night, mainly for her work as “Hannah Montana.” She also won for best music single for “The Climb,” written locally by Jon Mabe and Jessi Alexander. Billy Ray Cyrus won an award for Choice TV Parental Unit. Other big winners were David Archuleta and all things Twilight related.

Several other locals rocked out that night, too:
Choice Music Female Artist: Taylor Swift
Choice Music Rock Group: Paramore
Choice Music Rock Track: Paramore – “Decode”
Choice Music Album Female Artist: Taylor Swift – “Fearless”


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With the Tennessee Lottery offering Tennessee Titans branded lottery tickets…would country music  tickets be such a stretch? The football theme tickets, available Sept. 1, kick off the season offering prizes ranging from the chance to win Titans Club season tickets for 20 years, to $100,000 cash, to merchandise.

A new documentary focuses on Jimmy Page, Jack White and The Edge. It Might Get Loud tells each guitar hero’s story, explores the power of the electric guitar and shows them jamming together.


And if you prefer more sophisticated dance moves…Nashville Ballet will open sales of single night tickets on Sept. 7. Season highlights include the new Nashville based Nutcracker, American Originals with Hal Ketchum, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Tickets start at $23 at


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