It is interesting to see the sheer scope of negative reaction to that performance accross the internet though it isnt surprising. Im sure the 'Hannah Montana' image was confining but im not sure her new one is going to wear any better. Fair or not she didnt mind the millions and millions she made from representing that character for Disney and while she certainly doesnt owe eternal fealty to all of her 'Hannah' fans going far out of your way to essentially p*ss on them probably wasnt the brightest move. Once again you have to wonder at the quality of advice or career guidance she is getting. Its fine to be a two day celebrity freak sensation attention wise but from the reactions of her generational peers both on the net and the ones I know she made an over night transition to object of ridicule. Which will be solidified once the Late Nite Monologues,SNL and Family Guy and South Park are done with her and her tongue. Minus whatever happens in her personal life from a career standpoint it seems very wrong headed. Perhaps recieving Money and Fame all out of proportion to ones talent would mess with anyones perspective.