Miley Cyrus Naked On The Cover Of Rolling Stone

MILEY CYRUS

Surprise, surprise… Miley Cyrus is being controversial.

Fresh from the singer’s Twitter account we present to you Miley’s first ever Rolling Stone cover shot.

Miley Cyrus has literally been unstoppable since she dropped her comeback single ‘We Can’t Stop‘ back in June. Since then she has broken several VEVO records (some of them twice), had the most-talked-about performance at the 2013 VMAs, gotten completely naked in a music video and, as a result, got her first ever US #1 single with ‘Wrecking Ball‘.

Now, with just 2 weeks to go before her highly-anticipated fourth album ‘Bangerz‘ drops, the 20-year-old songstress has landed herself – and her infamous tongue – on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.

Shot by photographer Theo Wenner, Miley looks like a well put-together bad girl on the cover as she is naked at the poolside draped in tacky gold jewellery, sporting slicked back blonde hair and messy dark make-up. The singer appears topless in numerous other shots, too, showing she’s still confident without her beau Liam Hemsworth.

MILEY CYRUS

MILEY CYRUS

In celebration of the shoot Miley got a tattoo on the back of her feet bracing the magazine’s title – “ROLLING” on the right foot and “$TONE” on the left. However, she doesn’t care what you think.

The singer gave a candid interview with the magazine, speaking about everything from the backlash she received following her VMA performance with Robin Thicke to her relationship with Pharrell Williams – who she worked with on her upcoming album.

Photo: twitter.com/mileycyrus. (Miley Cyrus)

Photo: twitter.com/mileycyrus. (Miley Cyrus)

Well, if you thought that she hadn’t already, Miley’s officially made it now.

Rolling Stone hits newstands October 10, and you can read the interview online now.

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One response to “Miley Cyrus Naked On The Cover Of Rolling Stone

  1. Pingback: LISTEN: Miley Teases “Bangerz” With 30-Second Snippets | FameuxKills·

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