Buzz Bites (3/16/10): Miley Cyrus Is Enjoying Her Life Offline

+ Twitter may be an increasingly shrinking object in Miley Cyrus' rearview mirror, as The Last Song star left its confines last fall. But that hasn't stopped her from dissing it from afar. Apparently not being attached to the Internet turns your life into the "Party In The U.S.A." video. "I'm a lot less on my phone, I'm a little bit more social. I have a lot more real friends as opposed to friends who are on the Internet who I'm talking to." Cyrus: 1, Internet: 0. (MTV News)

+ Buzzworthy told you about Ryan Good, a.k.a. Justin Bieber's Swagger Coach, a.k.a. The JB's Style Genie a while back. So imagine how dismayed we were to hear that, according to sources at Bieber's label, "swagger coach" is not an official title, and Good is, more likely, a lowly assistant. "If your job qualifications are 'Usher called me and said he thought Justin would benefit from being around a cool white boy,' then, no, I don't think you're doing anything real." (E! Online)

+ Gaga, Glee: It is, apparently, on. After roping in top-line talent like Jennifer Lopez and Neil Patrick Harris for upcoming episodes, Glee creator Ryan Murphy has pulled off something of a coup by lining up Lady Gaga for a future episode. According to Murphy, "We reached out to Lady Gaga and she said, 'Yes, I'd love to be a part of it.' So we will be doing Lady Gaga this season." Now whether this will mean she will actually be appearing or they will just be doing a Gaga-themed episode (à la the show's upcoming all-Madonna ep), remains to be seen. (Limelife)

+ Following in the footsteps of Jay-Z, Snoop Dogg is rumored to be making an appearance at this summer's Glastonbury festival. Hova famously became the first hip-hop act to headline the legendary U.K. festival in 2008, performing a version of Oasis' "Wonderwall" during his set in the face of Noel Gallagher's objections to having a rapper headline the traditionally rock and dance-oriented fest. Snoop would be joining the likes of U2 and Muse at this year's show. (Spinner)

+ And, finally, we leave you with something that absolutely, positively needs to happen. Nicki Minaj has publicly voiced her desire to work with Beyoncé, telling BET, "I think I could come up with some crazy stuff for Beyoncé. ... I have things that I write for girls, like R&B singers." (Rap-Up)

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