Miley Cyrus “can’t quit smiling” over T-Shirt sales whilst wants to open his own Willy Wonka factory

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Lately, Miley Cyrus really seems to be on the right side of things and more great news came her way today after Marc Jacobs’ website crashed after SO many people tried to purchase her charity T-Shirt.

Miley told fans on Twitter that she couldn’t “quit smiling” over the sales and she even said she couldn’t get her hands on a T-Shirt as they’re THAT in demand!

The 20-year-old singer has recently teamed up with fashion designer Marc Jacobs to release a charity T-shirt for the ‘Protect The Skin You’re In’ campaign.

The shirts which went on sale today in nine Jacobs Boutiques in America and online feature Cyrus in the buff with the title emblazoned on the front. They’re in demand that much they crashed the website and all stock has sold out.

Miley tweeted her surprise: “So in a day y’all crashed the site & bought up ALL the tees! I can’t quit smiling! Y’all make a difference in so many lives! So grateful”.


She even went on to reveal that she can’t even get her hands on one of the garments: “Just got this from @brianbowensmith #protecttheskinyourein SMILERS went so hard even I can’t get my own Tshirt! (sic)”.

The image attached to the tweet was a screen-shot of a text message from Brian Bowen Smith which read: “Ha there sold out on line already. They are doing a rush reprint. Good job. I have them searching everywhere to get you some. So amazing. By far the biggest one yet. Love you (sic)”.

Meanwhile, madcap jack of all trades has revealed that he would like to open his own “Willy Wonka factory”.

I mean, the star has had a song beamed on Mars, why the hell not?

He explained: “I want a Willy Wonka factory one day, just a creative campus of creative individuals coming up with things. One day I’m going to have 10,000 people working in this business”.

He even went on to talk about his new transport invention… which is more than a thought now as the prototype is set to be “working by August”.

“I am rethinking the Segway. Let’s imagine the helmet, the jacket, the vehicle as one piece of transportation with a helmet that’s connected to the internet with a camera in it.

I hate to break it to you Will… Umpa Lumpa’s may exist in that fairytale land you live in but back here in the real world, we ain’t got none!

Nick Barnes

Nick is the Assistant Editor at Unreality TV, along with being a full-time Beyoncé obsessor! Email him at or catch him on Twitter @ImNickBarnes