This week the world is disappointed with the former Disney star's new video, in which she frolics naked.
However, we all know she's not really controversial. She's just a shrewd pop star guaranteeing herself column inches.
So let's move onto more important things.
Right now thousands of people are packing their bags and moving into Glasgow. As we reported last week, 17,000 incoming students will help bump the population in the city up as the new term begins.
Freshers' Week for all three city universities starts next week, bringing together students from across the world.
There are many lessons to learn from university, like the fact you will be cajoled into pub golf in the first term.
As someone who never really 'got' the whole student thing, I've compiled a survival guide so you don't mess it up;
1: Avoid sticking to your wee group of college pals like glue. It's much better to mingle and be sociable. You may think all uni students are posh and annoying but they're not - that's just what you learned at school (or at my school).
2: That leads us to the clubs and societies. Join them. I didn't even know there was such a thing until after I left. There is a society for everything. Vegan? You're sorted. Enjoy arguing with strangers? There's a debating club for you.
3: Take the library tour. Referencing your essays is a real thing that you MUST do.
4: If you're staying in halls learn to cook so you don't have to survive on pot noodles.
5: Don't go around the West End discussing the big questions in life or anything involving religion or philosophy.
In fact, don't discuss anything that other people might disagree with unless you're in a debating club (see above).
I once told my entire lecture theatre that the royal family was pointless and needed to be put in a council house and taxed like the rest of us.
It didn't go down well. Some people like the queen.
6: It is not funny or ironic to play Right Said Fred on the jukebox 12 times in a row. This is valuable advice from a friend who still cringes at the memory of doing just that at the QMU in 1993.
7: Don't ever try and be worldly and ironic at all.
8: Get a part-time job. Note that working in a pub consuming pints and crisps will see you pile on weight.
9: But joining a sports club will offset this.
10: Avoid taking off your clothes to impress.
It's OK for Miley Cyrus, but for the rest of us it just means being unable to make eye contact with anyone on campus for the next four years.