Miley Cyrus is Not a Fan of Youtube Sensations

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Miley Cyrus resents young stars who become overnight sensations by simply posting a performance video on YouTube because she believes it should be harder to land a record deal. Following the success of former Internet sensation Justin Bieber, music... 000_008_770_mileyyoutube

Miley Cyrus resents young stars who become overnight sensations by simply posting a performance video on YouTube because she believes it should be harder to land a record deal.

Following the success of former Internet sensation Justin Bieber, music moguls have started scouring websites to find the next big thing – and Cyrus feels new artists shouldn't have it so easy.

She tells Australia's Kyle and Jackie O radio show, "It should be harder to be an artist. You shouldn't just be able to put a song on YouTube and go out on tour."

Cyrus vented her thoughts after the radio hosts asked her for an opinion of new Internet sensation Rebecca Black, who has scored a massive hit with her self-penned novelty tune "Friday" after posting a video of her singing the song online.

What do you think of youtube? Do you agree or disagree with Miley?

(Photo: FilmMagic)

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