Funny Alert: Captain Kirk watches Miley Cyrus performance. (video)

Via on Sep 2, 2013

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Try another channel, Lt. Uhura…

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One Response to “Funny Alert: Captain Kirk watches Miley Cyrus performance. (video)”

  1. Ziggy3339 says:

    Well, I'm glad someone has posted humor on this. This was one of my favorite upbeat songs until I happened to see this version on TV. It ruined it for me. I'm determined to get over it (like others) and just hear the original without the memories of what was done to it, the perspective and so on. It's a great song for dancing in general and I'd thought it cute. I NEVER thought of it as vulgar so that's what I'm attempting to erase. Let the song live, the interpretation of one, pass.
    Thanks for the spin.

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