09/19/2013 09:56 am ET

'Blurred Lines' Model Elle Evans Slams Miley Cyrus: 'I Was Appalled'


Add Elle Evans to the growing list of celebrities who are still mad about Miley Cyrus' performance at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards. In an interview with Fox411, Evans -- best known for her appearance opposite Emily Ratajkowski and Jessi M'Bengue in Robin Thicke's controversial "Blurred Lines" video -- said she was "appalled" by Cyrus' MTV stunt.

“I definitely would say that I didn't approve," Evans said of Cyrus and her duet with Thicke during the awards ceremony. "It was distasteful, in a way. I was more disappointed than anything. I don't know. It was a little extreme. It didn't have to be that extreme. It would have been a great performance, everyone loves the song, everyone was really looking forward to it, and I was appalled. I couldn't believe what I was watching, honestly."

According to Evans, Thicke was not prepared for Cyrus' stage show, which Evans claims was different during rehearsals. "I was looking at Robin to see his reaction and I think he was just trying to go with it," she said. "I don't think he expected that."

Evans comments echo what both Cher and P!nk said about Cyrus this week. P!nk called the erstwhile Hannah Montana "tacky" in an interview with E! Online, and admonished the 20-year-old to "do better."

"She's really freaking talented; she's beautiful. She can sing her ass off, and to go up there and do that? She's cheating herself and she's cheating the rest of us," P!nk said.

Cher went even further, telling USA Today that Cyrus "can't dance, her body looked like hell [and] the song wasn't great." Cher later walked back from those comments over a series of tweets:

Cher has a point: It's almost as if people can't stop talking about Miley. (Sorry.) More from Evans can be found at Fox411.

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