Saturday, February 27, 2010

Bret Michaels & Miley Cyrus sing a controversial tune

Teen sensation Miley Cyrus has covered songs with Timbaland and Taylor Swift, but none as controversial as her upcoming duet with Bret Michaels.

According to, Cyrus and Michaels, (46) of the band Poison, sing these lyrics together on "Nothin' to Lose": Won’t you fall down on me/So close I can feel you breathe. What makes it controversial are Michaels' preceding lyrics: We both know better than this/Still we can’t resist/Slowly get undressed.

Of the hype, Michaels says (via US Weekly): It’s blown out of proportion. I just thought it was a beautiful song.

When Cyrus first heard "Nothin' to Lose" years ago, Michaels says she thought it was "incredible" and had asked to " [do] some harmonies" on the tune, in which he obliged.

Of their relationship, Michaels says that they are mutual friends: Her first concert ever was Poison. Now I take my kids and they go see her play. It's awesome!

The article was posted on US Weekly's Official Site (February 26) and will most likely be featured in next week's issue.

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