Hannah Montana: Miley Cyrus and Bret Michaels Cause Controversy with Racy Song 'Nothing to Lose'?
It's been quite some time since Miley Cyrus got into trouble with the media.  We weren't exactly waiting for the next upsetting move of hers, but here it is, despite claims that there's nothing to worry about.  The Hannah Montana starlet recently recorded a song with Poison frontman Bret Michaels, and it's already causing problems with critics and fans alike.

Michaels' new country-rock ballad "Nothing to Lose" speaks of a romance gone wrong, but it seems to be a tune gone wrong instead.  Followers of the 17-year-old Miley Cyrus could hardly believe she'd sing such raunchy lyrics, but they were told not to make a big deal of it.

The 46-year-old singer Bret Michaels told Us Magazine that he received a number of texts reacting to "Nothing to Lose."  It's not surprising if you look at what the song contains.

The lyrics go: "We both know better than this/Still we can't resist/Slowly get undressed."  The chorus is sensual too, as the two singers belt out: "Won't you fall down on me/So close I can feel you breathe."

This isn't exactly something you'd expect for the Hannah Montana actress, let alone croon with Bret Michaels.  She originally wanted to remake "Every Rose Has Its Thorn," but hearing "Nothing to Lose" made her change her mind.

As the song hit the Internet last Thursday, Bret Michaels has been fighting off the disapproval.  "I was like, 'What the f*ck is going on?'  Everyone's going nuts!" he told the publication.  "It's blown out of proportion."

Miley Cyrus apparently liked "Nothing to Lose" so much, but was actually wary of the lyrics.  Michaels added, "[T]he part where it says she slowly gets undressed, Miley says, 'Yeah she does.'  It has no reference to her and I.  It's not even a duet."

The Rock of Love star continued to say that he already received some "very positive comments" regarding the track, and that it's set to appear on his solo album Custom Built.  And when "Nothing to Lose" hits the airwaves, there shouldn't be any fuss about it.

"As God is my witness, there is nothing I have to be defensive about," Bret Michaels said.  "I'm a good Dad.  I just thought it was a beautiful song."

Source: Us Magazine
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