Miley Cyrus is going to have a lot more haters after appearing in Kevin Zegers' "The Big Bang" video. Zegers has an otherworldly experience with Cyrus as his love interest, in this psychologically thrilling video that flashes from dream sequence to reality to alternate reality.
"The Big Bang" is a well-made, mini-movie that tells the tale of lost love and the reluctance to let go. The story flows, and the acting and stunts are believable. The viewer isn't sure if Cyrus is speaking from the grave, if she was ever real, or is Zegers simply losing his mind or perhaps trapped in some kind loopy purgatory. The groove infused song has the unusual addition of whistling throughout - something that has the potential to be irritating, but works with this song beautifully. It's nice to just look at Miley and not have to worry about what is going to come out of her mouth or what is going to come off her body.
It's easy to see why 'Miley the Ghost' is having a hard time letting Zegers go. His voice and style is reminiscent of Maroon 5 front-man Adam Levine, and he looks like he could be related to Zac Efron. Go into the light Miley - you had your chance, give the rest of us a shot.
Miley tells E! news that she did the video as a favor for Rock Mafia, the music production company that isÂ responsible for remixing her song "See you again" and "7 Things" and has influenced some of her edgier personas and songs. Rock Mafia also manages American Idol alum David Archuleta.
"Rock Mafia is my family and there's nothing that means more than creating with them," says Cyrus. "The video is unique and honestly, was a life-changing experience. This song means a lot to me."
Zegers is on target to be a full-blown celebrity. The Canadian actor plays Damien Dalgaard on Gossip Girl,Â and has been seen in Transamerica and Wrong Turn. Two of his upcoming projects, Vampire and Bonnie and Clyde with Hilary Duff are due for release in 2011. Until then, don't forget to buckle your seat belt.
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