Singer Adam Lambert has defended pop star Miley Cyrus' racy performance on the track "Blurred lines" with Robin Thicke at a recent music awards show.
Speaking about Cyrus' performance at the MTV Video Music Awards, which was held in New York Aug 25, Lambert tweeted, "And listen if it wasn't your cup of tea - all good but why is everyone spazzing? Hey - she's doing something right. We all talking."
Apart from Lambert, Miley Cyrus has found one more supporter following her shocking Video Music Awards performance: Justin Timberlake. While Timberlake provided the night's most talked-about performances, Cyrus was criticised for her her racy spectacle.
During an interview on Fresh 102.7, Timberlake said, " It's the VMAs,what did you guys expect?" He further added that he liked Cyrus "a lot" and attests that "she's young. She's letting everybody know that she's growing up." The singer also went on to say, "I just think it's the VMAs. It's not like she did it at the Grammys. Let her do her thing, you know?"