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Miley Cyrus goes nude for new video

Miley Cyrus goes nude for new video

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Miley Cyrus is set to shock fans yet again after stripping fully nude for her sexy new Wrecking Ball promo.

The pop superstar split critics with her raunchy headline-grabbing performance at the MTV Video Music Awards late last month, and now she’s testing fans’ limits again with her latest video after teaming up with controversial photographer/filmmaker Terry Richardson.

In a clip, which debuted online on Monday, Cyrus struts around braless in a white vest top and panties, with her nipples clearly visible, while other scenes feature the 20 year old completely naked as she swings around straddling a wrecking ball.

She is also seen suggestively licking a mallet and slapping herself as she cries over a relationship gone wrong.

The provocative video emerged on the same day Cyrus was spotted accidentally exposing her nipple during an appearance in Paris, France, where her boob tube-style top slipped down to reveal part of her right breast as she greeted fans outside the NRJ radio station.
The star, who had covered up the rest of her body with high-waisted black pants and a super short cropped sweater, appeared to be oblivious to the fashion faux pas as she continued her promotional tour of the European city.

The nipple slip came just before news broke that an odd performance on German TV show Schlagg Den Raab on Saturday may have cost Cyrus the front cover of Vogue magazine.

The pop star performed her new single We Can’t Stop backed by a troupe of little people, who joined her to twerk onstage and the bizarre TV spot appears to have given bosses at the fashion bible second thoughts about running with Cyrus as their December issue cover girl, according to Access Hollywood.

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