MTV Finally Censors Miley Cyrus

Edits Pot Smoking From EMA Broadcast


MIley Cyrus lights up at the EMA Awards in Amsterdam on November 10, 2013  (Photo: MTV)

MIley Cyrus lights up at the EMA Awards in Amsterdam on November 10, 2013 (Photo: MTV)

Miley Cyrus has finally crossed the line.

MTV — the network that allowed encouraged her to twerk with Robyn Thicke back in September — edited a shot of the 20 year-old smoking what appeared to be marijuana onstage at tonight’s EMA Awards in Amsterdam.

Accepting her award for Video of the Year (“Wrecking Ball”), the controversial singer pulled out a long white joint from her Chanel purse and smoked it onstage. (Marijuana is legal and even sold at coffee shops in Amsterdam.)

“I couldn’t fit this award in my bag, but I did find this,” she said. “So thank you guys very much. Goodnight everybody. Thank you.”

The footage was aired live in Europe but pulled from the American rebroadcast, which aired several hours later on MTV.

So far, the network has declined to comment.

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