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Miley Cyrus sings 'We Did Stop' in SNL government shutdown spoof

By Michael Krebs     Oct 6, 2013 in Entertainment
SNL's House Speaker John Boehner and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann celebrate the government shutdown in Miley Cyrus-like music video.
Singer songwriter Miley Cyrus appeared on NBC's Saturday Night Live last night in the role of both host and musical guest, and a digital short produced for the occasion featured her signature twerking around the theme of the federal government's shutdown.
In the video, House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH), played by SNL's Taran Killam, and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN), played by Miley Cyrus, perform a replication of Cyrus' "We Wont Stop."
The musical video spoof, "We Did Stop (The Government)," is generous with outstretched tongues and self-gropings in the style for which Cyrus has very recently become known. It is set in a behind-the-scenes Republican Party celebration on the matter of having shut down the federal government.
Boehner is a multi-pierced sex throb who bounces about in a wife-beater t-shirt and a pair of underwear briefs, while Bachmann sings and twerks about.
"It’s our party, we can stop what we want, we can vote how we want, defund what we want," Cyrus sings. "Red states and sweaty bodies everywhere, bill’s in the house like we don’t care, 'cause we came to shut it all down now, no government around now. If you’re not ready for health care, can I get a 'hell no!' 'Cause we’re gonna keep it out shut down, a closed town all around."
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