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Miley Cyrus Used The Death Of Her Dog To Get Those Wrecking Ball Tears

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Miley Cyrus' tears in Wrecking Ball were for her dead dog!

Miley Cyrus recently did an interview with Rolling Stone!

It's her first Rolling Stone cover story and she opened up about a whole lotta things.

She obviously talked about her Wrecking Ball music video.

The interviewer said:

Back at the crib, Miley inhales some spicy tuna in front of her laptop. She wants to see the video for her new single "Wrecking Ball," which at that point had yet to be released. On the screen, Naked Miley appears, licking a sledgehammer and writhing around a demolition site. On one close-up shot of her face, she sheds a tear. "That was real," Miley says proudly. "My dog just passed away."

Awww! Her she shed a tear for her poor puppy dog!

It wasn't just part of the video, there's real emotion there.

There is a method to the madness!

Sorry about your pup but congrats on all the video success, Miley!

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Tim Burton Shows More Of His Oddly Endearing Frankenweenie

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Sparky Is Frankenweenie

And he's the second cutest undead dog we've EVER seen!!

Based off of a short the eccentric director scrapped together before making it big, Frankenweenie is Tim Burton's next black and white stop motion-animated feature.

We have a fresh look at young genius Victor Frankenstein, voiced by Charlie Tahan, and his undead dog Sparky (above.)

Cast as some of the dead dog whisper's friends and family are the HIGHlarious Martin Short, as Dad, and the lovable Winona Ryder.

Sounds like a good cast!!

R U excited to watch Disney's Frankenweenie this October?

Or does this feel like another Nightmare Before Christmas/Corpse Bride retread??

[Image via Walt Disney Pictures.]

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