Miley Cyrus Schools Ellen on Millennials

Miley Cyrus Schools Ellen on Millennials

November 29, 2019 100 By Stanley Isaacs


I’ve learned a lot in 15 seasons. Still some things that I don’t
really understand in this world. I don’t understand the fidget spinners. I don’t understand Axe body spray. And when I don’t understand something,
it’s easy just to start hating on it and especially haters,
because you know haters going to hate.>>[LAUGH]
>>One thing people my age don’t understand are millennials,
and I don’t like ignorance, so I want us all to be open and
try to understand one another. So I asked one of my friends to help me
bridge the gap between millennials and my generation. Here to help me with a segment I’m
calling Mileyennials and Me, Miley Cyrus.>>[APPLAUSE] [MUSIC]
[APPLAUSE]>>Hi Ellen.>>[APPLAUSE]>>Hi everybody.>>[APPLAUSE]
>>Miley, thank you so much for being here. I am going to, well, you know what? I’m not gonna say your age,
because I think that’s rude. But I do think you can help
me out because you’re 24.>>[LAUGH]
>>Yes, I am, and in fact, I am a millennial. So Ellen, I am here to answer any
questions that you might have.>>Good.
Great. Because my first question is why do
millennials Instagram pictures of their food? It seems very unnecessary.>>You know, food photos are just
kind of a celebration of life. I think we take food for granted, and a photo helps remind us of the beauty
that’s in front of us every single day. I posted some food photos this summer.>>And for me,
it was a celebration because I’m vegan.>>Well, that’s wonderful. Congratulations, I am also vegan, and.>>[APPLAUSE]
>>I should’ve bragged about it, I could’ve gotten over 500,000 likes. I didn’t know that.>>[LAUGH]
>>Okay, now we’re at the part of the segment
where we look at our phones and we don’t talk to one another.>>[LAUGH]
>>I like that filter. Okay, we’re done. All right, here’s another question I have. Why do millennials like
dirty music festivals? There’s tons of them. There’s like, Coachella. That’s the only one I know, but
it seems very hot and crowded.>>Well, for a lot of people,
it’s about being seen. Everybody goes. There’s tons of celebrities there.>>[LAUGH]
>>So if someone posted a photo of themselves at Coachella with food,
Instagram would just burst into flames.>>Yes, but these festivals are also
a really great way to see a bunch of bands just in one place.>>I see, but how come everybody there is
watching the concert through their phones?>>We’re not,
we’re not watching the concert. We’re taking selfies.>>I see, I see. It’s loud, it’s crowded. But everybody seems to be
having such a good time. Is that because they’re high on life?>>[LAUGH]
>>Definitely.>>Okay, well, thanks for
explaining all that. I’m still not going. Last question, you are a millennial, and I know that there’s always
a new millennial dance move. Is there a new millennial dance move
that you know that you could show me?>>I have a good dance move.>>Show me the dance move.>>It’s actually called the Ellen.>>What is it called?>>The Ellen.>>Really?
>>And it goes a little something like this.>>[APPLAUSE]
>>All right, let’s do it.>>Ready. [MUSIC]>>Double time.