Cyrus stirs controversy at MTV VMA with barely there outfit
Pop star Miley Cyrus raised eyebrows at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards with her appearances in multiple skimpy outfits that ranged from a racy romper to a swimsuit.
The singer hosted for the ceremony honouring the best in the music world. She took the carpet by storm in a metallic Versace confection that left little to the imagination, completed with buckled suspenders that just barely covered her modesty. The infamous VMA twerker also donned revealing cutouts and strategically placed technicoloured polka dots during the award show. She sported blond dreads pulled into a high ponytail that cascaded down her back
During a commercial break, she accidentally flashed the audience. The camera turned on a topless
Cyrus when she was changing behind a curtain and looked <g data-gr-id="67">up,</g> reported the New York Daily News. The singer finished the look off wearing thigh-high boots with stacked gold heels, and a USD 6,000 Judith Leiber Unicorn Swarovski Crystal Clutch. The “Wrecking Ball” hitmaker had stirred another controversy for her raunchy twerking while performing with Thicke, something, which she says was
all planned in advance, reported New York Times.
“I didn’t really know him too much before, and I don’t really know him now. It was <g data-gr-id="27">funny,</g> because I got so much of the heat for it, but that’s just being a woman. He acted like he didn’t know that was going to happen. You were in rehearsals! You knew exactly what was going to happen. And he was actually the one that approved my outfit, so I thought that was very funny. He wanted me as naked as <g data-gr-id="23">possible,</g> because that’s how his video was. It was very much a collaboration. My part ‘We Can’t Stop’ was all me. But when it went into ‘Blurred Lines’, that was his performance,” she said.
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