"Just leave my world view -- just go, you little tramp." That's the harsh message to Miley Cyrus from Fox News "The Five" panelist Julie Roginsky following the 2013 MTV Europe Music Awards.
"I can't -- with her dancing bears, and her midgets, and her pot, and her twerk," says Roginsky. "Just go. Go. Goodbye."
"Five" co-host Greg Gutfeld went on a Miley rant of his own, bashing the 20-year-old pop star for lighting up a joint on stage at the Amsterdam-based awards show. "Young celebrities -- they disrespect the power of drugs and alcohol," Gutfeld says. "It hurts us when idiots like that don't know how to control, or act responsibly with drugs. And her tongue reminds me of a rabid conger."
Next in the line to slam Cyrus is former career district attorney Kimberly Guilfoyle, who says of Miley, "Look at her outfit. There's nothing attractive about her. Her singing isn't any good. Her hair is horrible."
When Eric Bolling interrupts to defend Miley's single, "Wrecking Ball," Guilfoyle responds, "I've never been a fan. I think she went downhill after 'Hannah Montana,' and I don't know what her dad is doing, but I don't think this is cool at all. It's a bad example for children. She dresses horribly. I mean it's sad. I think she has mental health problems. I'm not kidding you."
Another "Five" host, former White House Press Secretary Dana Perino chimes in with news from her imaginary crystal ball. "I can see the future, and something spectacularly bad is going to happen with her," Perino says of Cyrus. "And then she's gonna go away for about six months, maybe nine months. And then she's gonna be on the cover of People magazine. Her hair's gonna be a little bit longer, and she's gonna look better. And she's gonna talk about how she wants to be more true to her music, and she wants to be a better lyricist, and she's gonna work on her vocals. And then there will be -- a couple of years from then -- another spectacular breakdown."
The panel goes on to predict Miley will be under guardianship, will check into the ever-popular Promises rehab center in Malibu, Calif., and that these events "will go on for the rest of her life."
For her part, Miley seems unfazed by the criticism she received following the EMAs for her wardrobe choice and televised drug use. She tweeted earlier, "Sometimes in life you just gotta decide to not give AF."
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