The Tenors say Miley Cyrus is going down a ''dangerous'' path and is worried about the example she sets for the next generation.
The Tenors say Miley Cyrus is going down a ''dangerous'' path.
The Canadian vocal quartet think the former Disney star - who was catapulted to the spotlight as Hannah Montana - has numerous young fans who admire and ''copy'' her, and the band are worried about the example she sets for a ''nation of kids'' with her provocative dance moves.
Talking at We Day UK in London on Friday (07.03.14), they told BANG Showbiz: ''If you're a Disney star, you have so many young kids looking up to you and that will copy you.
''You have a whole nation of kids who are trying to be provocative or inappropriate and I think it's dangerous, a dangerous path to go down.''
The Tenors - made up of Remingo Pereira, Victor Micallef, Fraser Walters and Clifton Murray - hope the 'Wrecking Ball' singer realises the long-term implications of being provocative and that ''shock value'' isn't the way forward.
Quizzed on the advice they'd give her, they added: ''Think about your career for the next 15 years not just for the next six months because people are so willing to do something shocking, but you have to live with that moment for the rest of your life.
''I think there's a lot of pressure with big companies and the corporate world of running the music industry for people to sell themselves and do the shock value treatment to get the next few hits.''
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