According to the gossip mill, Miley Cyrus was scheduled for a December 2013 cover of Vogue but that was nixed, supposedly because of her now-infamous performance on the VMAs. According to daily gossip columns, it was said that Anna Wintour was so shocked by the performance that she actually killed the idea while destroying the photos that had been prepared for the December edition. While critics of the performance have gleefully touted this as a consequence of against Cyrus for her audacity on stage, it would appear that the story is more fabrication than truth.
After some fact-checking, it has been discovered that there was never a solid decision made for who would appear on Vogue’s December 2013 cover. And, while it does appear that Vogue will not feature Miley Cyrus as its cover for that month, no one from the magazine has stated definitively that it will not carry her in months prior to or after December. It has also not been stated that the decision against the Cyrus cover was based on the VMA performance.
Even if she doesn’t grace the cover of Vogue, Miley Cyrus has already been featured on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar so she probably isn’t even missing it. Harper’s Bizarre has already featured the notoriously diverse fashionista in complete couture, rubbing against the grain of her normally white-trash (Miley’s words) persona. With the infamous VMA performance disappearing into the background, there are sure to be other covers offered to Miley in her future. With so many options, Vogue may be hard to miss.
So, for whatever reason the cover was scrapped for December, 2013, Miley isnít hurting. With her media-friendly attitude, Cyrus won’t be disappearing into oblivion anytime soon. With all the attention this last report has garnered, Miley is still getting the attention any young performer wants.