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Top Trenders: Miley Cyrus Documentary

Is she simply a girl gone wild or a genius business woman?
Here are your Top Trenders for Wednesday, October 2nd!

NUMBER 5 - MILEY CYRUS DOCUMENTARY
First she did a dirty dance with a foam finger at this year's MTV Video Music Awards. Then she twerked her way to the top of the Billboard charts last month with the hit single "Wrecking Ball." Wednesday night, an hour-long MTV documentary, "Miley Cyrus: The Movement" will show us if Miley is simply a girl gone wild or a genius business woman. The film debuts ahead of Miley's new album, due out October 8th.

NUMBER 4 - "SIMPSONS" PLAN TO KILL MAIN CHARACTER
Could this be the end for Bart Simpson? A show producer for the long-running Fox hit "The Simpsons" announced writers will be killing off one of their main characters this season. But he stopped short of revealing who exactly it will be. According to the Hollywood Reporter, he did offer one big hint, saying the actor playing the character won an Emmy for the role.

NUMBER 3 - GIRL EXPELLED FOR HAVING SAME-SEX PARENTS
A 2-year-old girl has been expelled in Mexico because her parents are both men. The men legally married in Mexico City, but said the private school administrator told them they would have to hide the fact they're a same-sex couple if they wanted the girl to stay at the school. The couple filed a complaint claiming that regardless of their family's composition, it is illegal to deny a child an education in Mexico.

NUMBER 2 - ROCKSLIDE VICTIMS ALL FAMILY MEMBERS
New details in a story we mentioned Tuesday. We now know the bodies of five people pulled from the wreckage of a rockslide in Colorado were all members of the same family. The victims were all crushed under boulders the size of cars. The only survivor, 13-year-old Gracie Johnson, was pulled out by a first responder. She's now in the hospital with a broken leg.

NUMBER 1 - BIKER ARRESTED FOR ROAD RAGE FIGHT
A 28-year-old biker is charged in connection with an alleged road rage incident in New York Sunday. Authorities said Christopher Cruz, the biker on the right, turned himself in to police after video of the incident went viral on the web. The driver of the SUV had his wife and young daughter with him when he accidentally hit a motorcyclist. The group of bikers, called "Hollywood Stuntz," surrounded the SUV, cornered the driver and beat him up.

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