'We hope that Miley Cyrus will apologise to her fans and the APA community for this lapse in judgment and takes the opportunity to better understand why the gesture is offensive.'The OCA said the inclusion of an Asian American in the photo, the only one in a group of eight who wasn't pulling a face, did not make the image acceptable.
This isn't the first time Miley has attracted controversy for her personal photos.
One follower said: "Wow, probably my fave picture of you Miley." While another simply added: "Beautiful."Miley had The Voice audience in stitches in the latest episode after she admitted to not always liking her own music.
Praising contestant Brooke Simpson, she said: "She has got such an amazing ear, and an amazing way to interpret pop music…
Several images on the internet of Miley posing with friends were criticised as too suggestive for her age.
Last year, Miley apologised and admitted she was 'embarrassed' over her topless pose for acclaimed photographer Annie Liebovitz in Vanity Fair magazine.
Less than a year after her infamous Vanity Fair shoot, another photo of teen queen Miley Cyrus is causing controversy.
In a photograph taken with boyfriend Justin Gaston and a group of friends, the Hannah Montana star, 16, pulls a slant-eye pose in an apparent attempt to 'look Asian'.
Later that night, he hit Disney s Concert for Hope where Cyrus performed with the Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato. If John Mayer was to meet Brad Paisley and they reproduced, that would be me.” These days, Gaston stars as Taylor Swift‘s Romeo in her new video for the single "Love Story." The two also met on and, “became good friends,” Osborne adds.
According to Cyrus’s rep, Gaston, 20, is “a friend from Nashville.” He met Cyrus, 15, earlier this year when he was a contestant on , hosted by her father, Billy Ray. Miley may want to take note: According to Osborne, Gaston has “had a ‘crush’ on Taylor Swift for quite a while.” • Reporting by MICHELLE TAN and KAY WEST RELATED ARTICLES:• Miley Cyrus spills all!
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While mums and dads are happy for their little ones to be looking up to the likes of demure Kate Middleton, a staggering 78 per cent don't want them to be influenced by 'off-the-rails' Miley Cyrus, according to a survey.
Also on the list for positive male influences was hard-working British Formula One racer, Lewis Hamilton (20 per cent), bubbly comedian James Corden (17 per cent), and pop icon and now-father-of-one, Justin Timberlake (14 per cent).