She offered an apology to both Disney stars for the video she made with Mandy, saying she meant nothing bad with it, just trying to help promoting their original video.
The YouTube video she made with best pal Mandy Jiroux mocking Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez is quick to spread all over the net. And Miley Cyrus is wasting no time to issue an apology to both stars following a number of criticism and negative review addressed to her for mocking the Disney stars.
The four-plus-minute video Miley made with her friend and back-up dancer Mandy, mocking that of Demi and Selena's which was made several months ago, garnered quite a bit of buzz this week. The clip shows Miley and Mandy mimicking what Demi and Selena are saying and doing on their video.
Worse, Miley even gets personal on the video, teasing Demi about the gap she used to have between her front teeth and her choice of all-black attire.
Defending her own clip with Mandy, Miley claimed that she and Mandy meant nothing bad with it, insisted they were actually trying to promote Demi and Selena's original videos. "They have a YouTube account so at the end of our video we did put like, go to their YouTube, so we were kind of supporting their channel," Miley explained in an interview with Popstar! Magazine on July 19.
"If we offended them we're super-sorry," she continued saying. "They were being funny on their show and Elvis says imitation is the greatest form of flattery, so we were imitating them." Below is the video.