Are you tired of Miley Cyrus? We'll tell you how you can banish her from your browser in a minute.
But first, fresh off the VMA twerking incident, Cyrus is riding a wrecking ball naked in the video for her song "Wrecking Ball" (in case you forgot or somehow haven't heard). And, according to this Splash video report, Cyrus doesn't want to be misunderstood. The video is less about nudity and more about heartbreak and vulnerability, the former Disney star told a New York City radio station (we wonder what provocatively licking a sledgehammer is supposed to convey?).
Haven't seen the video yet? Here you go (Note: This video contains content sexual in nature. Please use your own discretion) :
If right about now you're thinking you've seen quite enough of Miley Cyrus, Google Chrome has a solution for you. Just download the "No Cyrus" plug-in for Google's Chrome browser and voila! All mentions of Miley Cyrus turn into hashtags.
Will you try it?
Mobile users unable to see the video, click here.
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