The Rundown: Week of Oct. 13

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The Rundown: Week of Oct. 13

Miley Cyrus is yet again the topic of entertainment news. Sufjan Stevens decided to follow Sinead O’Connor and wrote an open letter to Cyrus, this time criticizing her grammar.

Miley Cyrus is yet again the topic of entertainment news. Sufjan Stevens decided to follow Sinead O’Connor and wrote an open letter to Cyrus, this time criticizing her grammar.

Source: MCTdirect

Miley Cyrus is yet again the topic of entertainment news. Sufjan Stevens decided to follow Sinead O’Connor and wrote an open letter to Cyrus, this time criticizing her grammar.

Source: MCTdirect

Source: MCTdirect

Miley Cyrus is yet again the topic of entertainment news. Sufjan Stevens decided to follow Sinead O’Connor and wrote an open letter to Cyrus, this time criticizing her grammar.

Devan Coggan, Copy Chief

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Sufjan Stevens weighs in on Miley Cyrus, corrects her grammar

The Sinead O’Connor-Miley Cyrus feud rages on, and O’Connor has posted a total of four open letters to the former child star. But indie musician Sufjan Stevens wins this round with his own open letter addressed to Cyrus. On his Tumblr, he professes his undying love for her new song “#GetItRight” before tactfully correcting her grammar. He even suggests changing “I been laying in this bed all night long” to the more grammatically correct “I been laying my tired booty on this bed all night long.” He closes by calling her “the hottest cake in the pan.” If this is what a Sufjan Stevens celebrity feud looks like, we need more of them.

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 — Devan Coggan

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