Miley Cyrus is the hot topic right now, no matter what she does she makes the headlines and whether that’s something she’s intending to do or not fellow celebrities aren’t keeping quiet.
Robbie Williams is the latest celebrity to offer up words of advice to Miley Cyrus though we remember how that ended up when Sinead ‘O Connor attempted to do the same.
The former Take That singer has admitted that he’s concerned for Miley Cyrus and worries that she could follow in footsteps and head to rehab if she’s not careful about how she handles the fame.
Robbie Williams is famously one of many celebrities who hasn’t always dealt with the fame and the attention all that great in previous years.
Speaking with The Sun though he mentioned her age and that for now the spotlight is far too intense even for her.
Williams said: “Miley’s got the world talking and looking at her and the spotlight that’s now upon her is rehab-making. It has a detrimental effect on your psyche. I’ve had a similar light shine on my direction and it f**** you up – for a long time.”
He did confess though that he believes her behaviour and all the controversial acts could just be a phase: “She’s just a kid. She’s a kid who looks as though she’s rebelling against her father and rebelling against the industry that put her in a Hannah Montana-shaped box,”
“She makes good pop records, she’s got a nice body and a beautiful face. She’s a good pop star. But that spotlight is too intense even for the most well-rounded people.
He continued: “They’d find it impossible to deal with, let alone someone who’s been a child star since they were three or whatever.”
Yesterday Miley did something less controversial, yes that’s right. She appeared on the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge and performed two tracks. An acoustic version of her own song ‘Wrecking Ball’ and a cover of Lana Del Rey’s ‘Summertime Sadness’.
If you missed the performance yesterday then as always with BBC Radio 1 you can always catch up online so watch the performance below and let us know what you think!