Miley Cyrus hosted "Saturday Night Live" over the weekend and for her performance she decided to look a bit more … conservative? During the show, Cyrus lampooned her VMA performance and her alleged use of the party drug molly. But it was her takdeown of Michele Bachmann and the ongoing government slimdown that had everyone talking. For the video, the year-old donned a shoulder-length brunette wig, black suit top and itty bitty tight shorts. Her sexed-up Bachmann act included plenty of cleavage, tongue-poking, crotch-touching and a little bit of twerking.
Palin, who maintains she has yet to decide whether she is getting into the race despite her daughter Bristol's suggestion that she has made up her mind, was in Iowa Tuesday for the premiere of a documentary celebrating her career. After watching a montage of liberal critics in the film, she asked The Hollywood Reporter : "What would make someone be so full of hate? Please enter address to continue.
Miley cyrus mocks michele bachmann, earns praise for her sexy ‘republican’ look
Be the first to know. A poll from Hays research group released Wednesday found Palin losing to President Obama in a hypothetical presidential matchup in her conservative-leaning home state of Alaska.
Bachmann also said there was room for both her and Palin in the presidential race, arguing that Republicans should remember to keep focused on "the ultimate goal" of defeating President Obama next year. Get browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting.
Polling suggests Palin remains a divisive figure, even among Republicans. Chrome Safari Continue. Republican presidential candidate Rep. Michele Bachmann reportedly told a voter Wednesday that the media want her to get into a "mud wrestling fight" with potential presidential rival Sarah Palin.
Bachmann has faced hard questions since announcing her campaign tied to her frequent past misstatements, and critics have suggested sexism may have something to do with her reception. Please enter valid address to continue. In the survey, 40 percent of Alaskans indicated they backed Mr. Obama, while 31 percent said they backed the former governor. Twitter Facebook.