Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa Accused of Copying Music Video from Dream Wife for New Prisoner Music Video: “ I thought Miley’s new video sounded familiar … ”
Imitation is said to be the highest form of flattery, and so far they just seem to be very, very flattered.
London-based pop punk group Dream Wife took to Instagram on Friday claiming that Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa’s new video collaboration for Prisoner is a direct rip off of their own music video for the track So When You Gonna….
And the copier movement is hard to argue with, as one of the main advantages of both videos is a wild POV shot from inside a person’s open mouth, framed by teeth.
Called: London-based group Dream Wife took to Instagram on Friday with a somewhat damning accusation, claiming that Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa’s new Prisoner video was a scam of their own music video
The vibe of the two videos is also very similar, showing punk star girls swinging and being wild.
The Dream Wife music video premiered in May of this year.
The group, made up of members Alice Go, Rakel Mjöll and Bella Podpadec, shared several side-by-side images of the two videos on their social media, with the top image showing Miley and Dua while the bottom image showed almost compositions. identical from their own video.
They captioned the inflammatory post, “ I thought Miley’s new video sounded familiar … those pearly white teeth from LA need a little bit of spunk. rofl. ‘
The copier movement is undeniable: one of the main vanities of both videos is a wild POV shot of the inside of a person’s open mouth, framed by teeth.
And on their Instagram Stories, the group posted other material, including a side-by-side image of Miley holding a guitar next to band leader Alice doing the same, both seen through the open-mouthed motif.
The following brief video clip showed one of the group members laughing and shaking his head in disbelief at the mimicry.
Another image showed the same parallel of Miley and Alice, with a caption on it proclaiming, “ I can’t stop laughing at this cosplay !!!!! ”
On their Instagram Stories: The group posted other information, including a side-by-side image of Miley next to a Dream Wife group member
Everything is fun: the tone of the group’s messages was playful rather than angry
Repeat offender: most recent case not the first time Cyrus, 27, has been accused of plagiarism
And this most recent case isn’t the first time Cyrus, 27, has been accused of plagiarism.
In June 2019, the Wrecking Ball star was called to Instagram again, after wrongly failing to credit a feminist baker with the inspiration for a pro-choice themed cake on Miley’s thread that wore the message: “ Abortion is health ”.
The Bangerz singer has asked for forgiveness from artist Becca Rea-Holloway AKA @TheSweetFeminist, admitting that she inadvertently copied the pro-choice cake design seen on Rea-Holloway’s Instagram.
Back in June 2019: The Wrecking Ball star was called to Instagram again, after mistakenly not attributing a feminist baker to the inspiration for a pro-choice-themed post showing off a cake
The former Disney talent posted a comment on Instagram that read: ‘We saw the image online and didn’t realize it was yours. We will absolutely mark you for your work.
Later in the post, Cyrus wrote, “Thank you for sharing your art and for inspiring us.”
Miley originally posted Cake Art to promote a charitable collaboration with nonprofit Planned Parenthood, fashion designer Marc Jacobs, and her own Happy Hippie Foundation.
Heartfelt mistake: Bangerz singer asked artist Becca Rea-Holloway AKA’s forgiveness @TheSweetFeminist, admitting she inadvertently copied the pro-choice cake