It's not for nothing that youth-skewed cable network The Disney Channel has long been referred to by their competition as "Mickey's Little Tramp Factory," having churned out a steady stream of them since its 1983 launch. Its latest vixenish graduate, High School Musical star Vanessa Hudgens, was recently caught traipsing nakedly across the internets and into the hard drives of countless hormonally charged tweens and pervy MySpace users posing as such.
She has since reemerged upon the scene, in a network-approved, flash-resistant sequined potato sack that leaves everything but her knees to the imagination. Bucking the trend, however, is Hannah Montana star Miley Cyrus, who found herself the victim of a pregnancy hoax, and has turned to Extra's cameras to defend her virtue:
Cyrus opened up about all those pregnancy rumors saying, "It's given me the street cred to say that would be impossible, because I'm living my life the way I believe is right and that is to stay pure." Cyrus does not believe in sex before marriage, she said, "No, I don't at all!"
So committed is she to saving herself for her future husband that Cyrus has already attended a father-daughter purity ball on the arm of her bemulleted cowboy dad, Billy Ray. After pledging him her undying virginity in a ring exchange ceremony, the two shared a touching line dance, in which they do-si-do'd their shared commitment to preserving Miley's purity to the familiar strains of Achy Breaky Heart.