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Mom-blogger reacts to Miley's VMAs dance

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It was a tongue wagging, jaw dropping performance. Days later, Miley Cyrus's risque dance display at the MTV Video Music Awards is still drawing criticism. This time it is in the form of an open letter from one mother to her own daughter.

Texas mom Kim Keller watched the VMAs with her 13-year-old daughter. Afterward, she typed the letter on her blog. It reads in part "this is what happens when no responsible adult has ever said the word 'no.'"

Keller says her advice stretches beyond what Cyrus did on stage and could include other teen stars in a position of influence, such as Justin Bieber, who received negative headlines for urinating in a restaurant mop bucket and a fight in the Hamptons -- all creating reasons for parents to teach their kids of what not to do.

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