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Lamorne Morris chats with Boston.com readers

Cecille Joan Avila for The Boston Globe

Lamorne Morris wants to be LeBron James. Actually, the “New Girl” actor just wants to possess a superpower that enables him to make any shot on the basketball court. Morris stopped by Boston.com’s office last week (above), and answered questions from readers. The Chicago native revealed that he can’t twerk, but he’s still got a lot of love for current twerk queen Miley Cyrus, who’s performance at MTV’s Video Music Awards caused such a sensation. Asked if he preferred Miley or Kim Kardashian, Morris replied promptly: “Miley!” Why, one reader wondered? “She hasn’t had Kanye in her bed . . . YET,” said Morris.

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