Miley Cyrus has been offered an opportunity to direct an adult movie. The offer comes from an adult movie retailer GameLink, who says that they are ready to pay $1 million for Miley's work behind the camera.
According to a letter obtained by TMZ, the company will give Miley "full creative control" at the work and even takes aim at Sinead O'Connor who told Miley to stop "pimping" herself and focus on her music. "This gives you a chance to show the world you are not a little girl anymore, and you won't bow to pressures of the likes of Sinead O'Connor, who is jealous of your success," the letter reads.
In other news, Rep. Michele Bachmann has responded to Miley's performance on "Saturday Night Live" in which Miley dressed up similar to the Minnesotta congresswoman for "We Did Stop (The Government)" spoof. Speaking on a TheTeaParty.net conference call on Monday, October 7, the politician laughed off the parody, saying that she had never "done twerking" before.
"I have a good sense of humor and I never take it personally. I've probably been lampooned six or seven times on 'Saturday Night Live' and that's all done in good fun," she said. "The Monday after 'Saturday Night Live' aired, we had a lot of calls to the office, and we had people think that was me. And let me tell you, as a 57-year-old woman, it's been a long time since I've been confused for a 20-year-old," Michele added.