MILEY Cyrus went completely topless for a new photoshoot with Interview magazine and stripped down to just her underwear while showing off her flexibility.
The 28-year-old singer continued to show off her love of outrageous ensembles and her support of the Free the Nipple campaign with her new raunchy photos.
For the cover of the magazine’s fall 2021 issue, Miley gave a big smile with her eyes closed as she pushed together her bare chest.
She cheekily captioned the shot on her Instagram: “TA-DA & TA-TAs!!!!! 🎉”
The photoshoot took place at her farm in Nashville, and the Hannah Montana alum took full advantage of the environment, popping out of bushes, dancing in fields, and posing against trees.
In one snap, Miley kept her top off but wore just a pair of see-through black underwear and knee-high socks as she leaned against a tree stump, putting her bum front and center for the camera.
Alongside it, she wrote: “@gucci on my coochie 🖤”
The actress posed in different barely-there ensembles for the raunchy pics, including a pair of tiny purple underwear while throwing one leg up in the air, doing a split.
In others, she went bra-less in a thin white romper, laid herself out in a pink mini-dress, stretched in a tiny yellow bra and skirt combo, and did some more splits between two trees in underwear and a tank top.
Miley has been busy performing at various festivals all over the country the last few months, in support of her 2020 album, Plastic Hearts.
After about a year and a half away from performing live in front of fans, due to the pandemic, Miley said it’s been “impactful” for her to be getting back out there, though it hasn’t been easy.
“It felt like jumping out of an airplane in front of 100,000 people,” she told the outlet about her return to the stage.
Miley continued: “It brings back that tingle of fear, or maybe anxiety, which I haven’t felt in a while.
“But it reminded me, again, of how all of that’s erased when you perform.
“There’s so much less judgment in a live music setting than exists anywhere else at the moment.
The 28-year-old shared that the band she has on the road with her now is the same band she’s had since she was 12, and they’ve all become a “family.”
“We’ve been through so much,” she said. “When we’re out on the road, we talk about loneliness. It really can get that way. I have such a support system in them.”
The singer added: “I love having these authentic, real rock dudes in my band.
“We even revisit songs that I wrote before I was able to make this huge sonic pivot in my career, before I discovered rock and roll.
“Now, we cover my own songs. We take my original songs, and turn them on their head, and make them kick a**.”
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