It’s no question that Cyrus loves to dress up and has her own unique sense of fashion. From nipple pasties and skin-baring dresses with sexy cutouts to pizza printed onesies, Cyrus’ style is pretty bangerz. Not everyone is a fan of her style, specifically the Rodeo Drive shopgirls.
The 22-year-old pop star opened up about shopping on Rodeo Drive in Hollywood, CA, describing the experience as being just like Pretty Woman (1990), another despicable classic case of women putting down other women.
Cyrus called out the snooty salesgirls saying, “You’ve seen Pretty Woman, obviously. Well, they are actually like that. If you walk in, they give you the worst look you’ve ever seen, and I am too outspoken to deal with those kinds of people.”
Starring Julia Roberts, a prostitute named Vivian Ward, and Richard Gere as wealthy businessman, the scene in question is when Roberts’ character walks in to store only to be snubbed and asked to leave by the snooty salesgirls because of what she’s wearing (specifically, thigh high boots and her midriff bared). She returns later in a new expensive outfit and nonchalantly says the now-epic quote, “Big mistake. Big. Huge!” to the rude girls, telling them off for judging her.
For this reason, Cyrus lets her stylist shop for her.
As far as other females go, Cyrus says “I f–king love them…Someone came up to me last night and was like, ‘Women f–king love you,’ and I was like, ‘I f–king love women, trust me,'” she says. “They are something so beautiful….This kind of sounds cheesy, but girls just rule.”
She continued to say, “Because we have a sensitivity and passion you can’t find in other people. It’s in your demeanor as well,…There are some good vibrations that come off women that men can’t–oh, I’m going to get in trouble here, right? I always do–but maybe it is [that] women are born complicated.”
Cyrus then gave a nod to our pro-feminist culture, saying “The world is in the prime of its feminine energy…I think there’s been a real twist [and] women are starting to feel that.”
She recalled, “We were talking about women’s rights last night and [someone said], ‘Women are more suppressed right now than ever before. Well, I don’t think so–I think we’re more free than we’ve ever been…I’m seeing it everywhere; young women are totally ready to come out of their shells, to take on the world.”
Finally, she added, “There’s a lot of talk about feminism–people want to take that word and make it a bad thing, but it’s the greatest thing ever! Of course you’re a feminist, you know?”
Seriously, of course!