connectVideoMiley Cyrus’ daring ‘Saturday Night Live’ outfit
Miley Cyrus risked a nip slip on “Saturday Night Live”, while she sang her new single, “Nothing Breaks a Heart” with Mark Ronson.
Miley Cyrus is a well-known draw in the eyes with her bold outfit choices and her fat to dance.
The 26-year-old pop star — the daughter of the famous singer-songwriter Billy Ray Cyrus has been making headlines since she was a teenager. In the past few years, Cyrus has been damaged hair healthy Disney Channel child star and chosen to create her own path.
She is open about her previous use of marijuana and alcohol and has spoken about her relationship with Liam Hemsworth.
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Here is a look back at some of Cyrus’ wildest moments.
“SNL” nip slip risk
Cyrus’ risqué outfit choice during her performance of “Nothing Breaks a Heart” to “Saturday Night Live” with Mark Ronson in December, turned heads. The singer was almost topless wearing an open silver jacket that exposed her breast.
Fans watched as the stars trick during the song, and questioning how the jacket managed to stay in the place.
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“Glue? Duct tape? What is going on?” one Twitter user asked.
“I look at Miley Cyrus waiting for a wardrobe malfunction,” another joked.
“NBC censors watching that #SNL Miley Cyrus performance as…” a fan wrote, posting a GIF of “the Office.”
VMA twerking session
Cyrus says her 2013 MTV Video Music Awards performance with Robin Thicke changed her life “forever”.
“Not only is the culture has changed, but my life and career were forever changed,” said Cyrus in March, an interview with Wonderland magazine, per Entertainment Tonight. “It inspired me to create my platform for something much bigger.”
During the award show, Cyrus stripped off in a nude bikini on stage, stuck her tongue out and twerked on Thicke as he sang “Blurred Lines.” She also held a foam finger, making suggestive movements with the whole performance.
“Robin is pi-sed,” the source told Fox News at the time. “She was about him, much more than something that was rehearsed.”
The performance led to mixed reactions online, with some complaining about Cyrus’ “disgusting” sexual gestures.
“They’re overthinking it,” Cyrus told the Hollywood Reporter in response to the negative feedback. “You’re supposed to think about it more than I thought when I did it. I didn’t even think about, because that’s just me.”
Mocking Lewinsky scandal
Cyrus shocked a crowd in Canada in 2014 when she brought a Bill Clinton impersonator on stage and dropped on her knees in an attempt to mock the former president’s scandal with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.
The singer simulated oral sex on the impersonator in front of the fans during her debut concert for her “Bangerz” tour in February 2014, according to TMZ.
“Even though parents probably didn’t think this, I think my show is educational for kids,” Cyrus told huffington post about the performance. “They will be exposed to art most people don’t know.”
“Wrecking Ball” music video
Cyrus certainly “came in like a wrecking ball” in the video for her hit in 2013. The artist to all, wearing only brown boots in a portion of the video.
“I think the video is much more [than]. If people get past the point I make, and you actually look at me, you can tell I look more broken than even the song sounds,” Cyrus told Elvis Duran and the Morning Show after the video was released, according to E! News.
At the time, Cyrus described the video as portraying a “vulnerable” part of himself.
“For me, everything I do becomes it becomes such a big deal. I’m just having fun. What people label it as it doesn’t really matter. I always want to switch it up,” she added.
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Years later, Cyrus appeared on her tune.
“That’s something you can’t take away. Swinging naked on a wrecking ball life forever, ” she said on Westwood “Zach Sang Show in May 2017. “As soon as you do that, to gather that I have done, it is for always. I’m never living down.”
“I’m always the naked girl on the wrecking ball,” she added. “I would have thought about how long that was going to follow me.”
2008 Vanity Fair shoot
Cyrus was criticized for posing in a racy portrait for famed celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz that was featured in Vanity Fair in 2008, when she was just a teenager.
Following clearance for the nearly-nude photo which showed the then 15-year-old Disney Channel star wrapped in a satin sheet, Cyrus issued an apology to the fans.
“I took part in a photo shoot that was supposed to be ‘artistic’ and now, seeing the photographs and reading the story, I feel so embarrassed,” Cyrus said in a statement. “It was never my intention for any of this to happen and I apologize to my fans who I care so deeply about.”
The opposition even asked Leibovitz to clarify the artistic choices they made during the shoot.
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“I’m sorry that my portrait of Miley is wrong,” Leibovitz said in a statement at the time. “Miley and I looked at fashion photographs together and we discussed the picture in that context before we shot it. The photo is a simple, classic portrait, made with very little make-up, and I think it is very beautiful.”
However, a decade later, Cyrus took back her apology for the Vanity Fair portrait in a profanity-laced tweet.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.