We know Miley Cyrus thinks she can dance twerk, but what do the winners of this season's So You Think You Can Dance have to say about the sexy star?
"Miley Cyrus had me at the beginning and now, may have kind of lost me a little bit," SYTYCD's season 10 winner Fik-Shun told E! News after the finale show. "Just a little bit," he added with a bit of hesitation in his voice.
"I don't know, she's doing her own thing," he said, giving the erstwhile Disney star a thumbs-up. "You know, wish her the best of luck, but um, I'm OK, I'm OK with that one," he said with his arm wrapped around his dancing partner and fellow winner Amy Yakima, who couldn't help but burst into a fit of giggles.
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While Amy and Fik-Shun may be weary of Miley's twerking resume, there is one So You Think You Can Dance judge who is a mega-fan of the 20-year-old pop star: Adam Shankman.
"Good for her. I love her to death" the choreographer said. "She is a free spirit. Go do your thing honey, I love you to death. She never ceases to amaze me."
Cyrus has been making headlines this week after the Monday release of her music video for her single "Wrecking Ball," which sees the singer stripping down to her birthday suit, straddling atop a large wrecking ball completely naked and licking a sledgehammer.
Despite the video already receiving its fair share of backlash, the clip broke VEVO's record for the most-viewed video—receiving some 19 million views in its first 24 hours.
Liam Hemsworth's gal opened up about the Terry Richardson-directed shoot this morning in a radio interview for Elvis Duran and the Morning Show, where the short-haired beauty downplayed the in-your-face nudity in the eyebrow-raising clip.
"I think the video is much more [than that]. If people get past the point I make, and you actually look at me, you can tell I look more broken than even the song sounds," she said. "The song is a pop ballad that everyone can relate to; everyone has felt that feeling at some point. If people can take their minds off the obvious and go into their imagination and see what the video really means, it is so vulnerable."