Miley Cyrus told ‘Rolling Stone’ that she’s a semi-nudist in an interview — and also revealed that no matter how much she twerks — she’s still her mama’s little girl!
As fans and critics continue to buzz about Miley Cyrus‘ barely-there outfits, she reveals nudity is actually nothing new for her in an interview — does this surprise you? Read on to find out more!
Miley Cyrus: ‘I Never Had Clothes On’
The newer, nude-r Miley we’re getting accustomed to told Rolling Stone she’s always had a thing for nudity. “I’m still kind of a semi-nudist, because I never had clothes on,” Miley said in the interview.
Even before her Hannah Montana days, Miley caught herself in the middle of a clothing-free moments. At her dad Billy Ray Cyrus‘ concerts, she would often pick up fans’ bras and would make sure to bring the biggest to her father — who would reward her 10 bucks for the find. Makes sense now that a naked Miley nowadays is no biggie for the Cyrus clan!
Her reveal is definitely not up for debate. Hot off the heels of her iHeartRadio performance on Sept. 22, the sexy star wore a white fishnet dress with black pasties and a thong that left tongues wagging in Las Vegas. Not even the dancing dwarves, monkey twerking or her tearful “Wrecking Ball” performance could top that outfit!
Miley Cyrus: Still A Mama’s Girl
Despite her shocking outfits, Miley is still Tish Cyrus’ favorite girl. The singer tells Rolling Stone her mother still checks up on her daily, referring to Miley as her “sweet girl.” And it also looks like Miley’s A-list status doesn’t hold Tish back from asking her daughter embarrassing questions.
“When we were getting ready for the VMAs, I was about to put on my teddy-bear costume and she’s like, ‘Sweet girl, do you need to potty before you put your costume on?’ I’m like, ‘Mom! Kanye is standing right here!'” Miley said.
Looks like no matter how famous Miley gets or no matter how much she twerks — she will always be her mom’s little girl!
What about YOU, Hollywood Lifers? If you were Miley’s mom, would you support her barely-there outfits or be concerned?
— Danielle Noriega