Miley Cyrus Explains Tongue Move, VMA Performance in ‘SNL’ Promos

In Miley Cryus’ new “Saturday Night Live” promos for her hosting gig this Saturday, she finally answers the question on everyone’s mind: What’s up with her tongue, and why can’t it stay in her mouth?

“It’s how I smell,” she explained to SNL cast member Taran Killam.

“Like a snake?” asked Killam.

“Yeah,” she answered. “Are you wearing women’s deodorant?”

“SNL” has often been a place for hosts to make fun of themselves for past mistakes- see Lindsay Lohan, or even Tina Fey as she poked fun at her Emmys wardrobe malfunction in the promos for her hosting spot last week- and Cyrus also used that to her advantage. She nd Killam also touched on her controversial VMAs performance, which made her twerk famous, with mock indignation.

“I mean, it was too much,” yelled Killam. “The children!”

“And what was I wearing?” Cyrus added.

“And doing!”

“Don’t forgot about the children!” Cyrus exclaimed before smiling for the cameras.

Along with hosting, Cyrus will also serve as the musical guest for this Saturday’s “SNL.”

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  1. Area Man says:

    SNL has become really bad. It’s a terrible, unfunny show that should have been cancelled about five years ago. This Miley Virus promo is also equally terrible, if not more. Not one part of those promos was funny. Put a bullet in the show already and be done with it already.

  2. Irate says:

    ‘Her and Killam’?!

    Is it not too much to ask that published articles are written in correct English? Idiocracy, here we come!

  3. “Her and Killan also touched on….” WHAT?!? You couldn’t get just a little closer to correct?!? Hiring Millennials & paying the minimum wage, are we? Come on — at least TRY.

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