MTV’s Miley Cyrus Documentary: What You Will (and Won’t) See
Miley Cyrus on the red carpet at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards (WireImage)
Miley Cyrus may be a hot mess but, by her own admission, she's "a strategic hot mess."
The same can be said for "Miley: The Movement," the one-hour documentary on the star premiering on MTV on Wednesday at 10 p.m. The network's cameras followed her around for four months this year leading up to (and including) the MTV Video Music Awards and preparations for the release of her debut RCA Records album, "Bangerz," on October 8.
Throughout the interview portion of the film, the 20-year-old star attempts to define this transitional period in her life – "The Movement," as she calls it – and, thankfully, she's not the only person trying to do so.
"The world thinks that they know this girl, but my thing to you is, don't be fooled," Pharrell Williams explains.
In order to help you not be fooled, we should point out that Miley's biggest co-star in the film isn't Williams or any of the other artists who make appearances, but its glaring absences. Here's the rundown on what to expect (or not) from the "Miley: The Movement":
Miley and Liam Hemsworth (Getty Images)
You will see Mike Will Made It. The producer Miley's been spotted with here, there, and everywhere lately is here, there, and everywhere in the footage. "The connection just started and then got crazier and better," she explains, calling their chemistry "magic" and pointing out that they put together her hit single, "We Can't Stop," that first day in the studio together. Later, the 24-year-old can be heard in a somewhat intimate phone call with the singer and posing all up close and personal-like with her.