Miley Cyrus is causing a stir again but this time it's not entirely for all her crazy show tactics. In fact, she won't have a chance to show them off in the Dominican Republic at all. Yesterday, the show scheduled for September 13 has been cancelled by the government due to morality issues.
The Bangerz Tour show where usually she can be seen giving inappropriate gestures, smoking marijuana and wearing a wide range of clothes to almost none at all was deemed vulgar by the commission that oversees public performances in the country. Any activity such as hers is against the Republic's laws. The government commission also reserves the right to ban any song that is obscene from radio airwaves.
Cyrus joins a list of artists barred from performing in various countries including Lady Gaga and Chris Brown.
Earlier this month, the FCC began investigating three formal complaints against the NBC broadcast of her show taped overseas shown in July. The complaints alleged the show was too inappropriate for the network airing.
But that won't stop just how much the world has caught on to Miley's wild and crazy young lifestyle while still remaining humble. When the tour wraps up later this year, the 21 year old will have performed 80 shows across the globe. Aside her own songs, she has tackled cover songs including her godmother Dolly Parton's "Jolene" and Bob Dylan's "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go."
This is only the beginning of Miley Cyrus as an adult as she finds her way into her own and one thing's for sure, she won't stop.