Hannah Montana: Miley Cyrus Pulls a Britney and Poles
Hannah Montana: Miley Cyrus Pulls a Britney and Poles
There are some things they don't show you on television, and it's probably for your own good.  Then again, what we don't see on the tube finds their way to the Internet anyway.  Such is the case with Miley Cyrus' latest stunt on this year's Teen Choice Awards.  She may have won six surf boards, but there's one other thing she'll be remembered for: a pole dance.

FOX cut away that part of her performance for the hit single "Party in the USA" and even Disney is trying to distance itself from the Hannah Montana star's move.  According to reports, Miley Cyrus did a very blatant stripper move on top of an ice-cream cart.  If you don't believe me, you can watch the video after the jump.

The 16-year-old once again caused a buzz among online forums and message boards, according to the Los Angeles Times.  That move of hers was called "shocking" and "trashy" by most, but several fans have already called her the next Britney Spears.

The two were seen side by side during the awards show, when the Hannah Montana sensation proclaimed that the pop star was her hero.  "For all the people calling me the "next Britney" THANK U.  I couldn't ask for a better compliment :)" she wrote on her Twitter page.

As for her little rendezvous with the stripper pole, the source reports that Cyrus herself referred to it as an homage to her small-town, trailer-park roots.  She's once again succeeded in confusing her fans, in addition to raising the eyebrows of numerous mothers.

Here's the video of Miley Cyrus' performance during this year's Teen Choice Awards, plus the pole dance Britney imitation.

Watching that (and not believing how I survived it), I could say she just needed something to hold on to as the ice cream cart was pushed around the stage.  But considering she's 16 with a history of controversy - from questionable photos to the ups-and-downs of her relationships, this little dance of hers certainly remains problematic.

-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Los Angeles Times, Miley Cyrus' Twitter
(Image Courtesy of The Star Ledger-NJ)