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Debbie Reynolds to Miley Cyrus: Don't Rush Into Adulthood

May 27, 2010 (8:39 am) GMT
The Hollywood veteran offers the advice to the young star after she was recently hit by a string of controversies about her sexy appearances.
Debbie Reynolds to Miley Cyrus: Don't Rush Into Adulthood

Hollywood veteran has urged not to rush into adulthood, because everyone is waiting for her to make a big mistake. The actress/singer fears the teenager is making too many controversial moves in a bid to shake off her wholesome good girl image - and she needs to sit down with her family and carefully plot the future.

Cyrus has been hit by a string of controversies, from showing too much skin in photos to pole dancing at award shows and dirty dancing at a wrap party. And now family groups are upset with her latest video for hit single "Can't Be Tamed", in which the pop star writhes around with dancers.

And in her weekly advice column in the Globe, Reynolds warns Cyrus not to take her act too far. She writes, "When I was a 16 year old working in Hollywood, I had two very strict parents and a movie studio to protect me. It was a different world in the 1950s."

"Today's young stars can't do anything without the whole world being able to see it," Reynolds adds. "Miley and her family need to be aware of this as she outgrows her child star image."

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