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Miley Cyrus has retracted an apology previously issued about a controversial shoot for Vanity Fairwhich was published 10 years ago. The singer took to Twitter to share a throwback to a photoshoot fromwhich saw her posing at years-old without a top on for renowned fashion photographer Annie Leibovitz, published on the cover of the New York Post. The photoshoot was controversial at the time due to Miley being a teenager and having young fans, and following a media uproar, a Disney spokesperson released a statement, "Unfortunately, as the article suggests, a situation was created to deliberately manipulate a year-old girl in order to sell magazines.
Now here's a situation where you'd expect Miley Cyrus to not have any clothes on. The "We Can't Stop" singer took to Instagram earlier today to share a naked pic of herself taking a shower in a partially outdoor bathroom. The racy shot features a nude Miley with her back to the camera and she stands under the falling streams of water from the showerhead.
Miley Cyrus has been acting out since her split from Liam Hemsworth. Will her schtick get him back? Miley Cyrus' naked body, sad attempts at twerking, kissing Katy Perry, smoking weed and more are pretty obviously desperate attempts at both relevance in the public eye and to get attention from the media. But are they also a way to get attention from her ex, Liam Hemsworth?
Cyrus has issued a statement saying she is "embarrassed" by the Annie Leibovitz photo scroll down for image : "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," she said in the statement. Photographer Annie Leibovitz has commented :. The photograph is a simple, classic portrait, shot with very little makeup, and I think it is very beautiful.
Back in February, the year-old pop star released the cover art for the remix of "Adore You," which featured a close-up shot of Cyrus in a black wig, showing just enough skin to signal she wasn't wearing any clothes. Well, the full photo that was used for the cover has leaked and was posted by Idolatorand -- lo and behold -- there is Cyrus wearing nothing but white undies, straddling a white horse and holding a blunt. We think it encapsulates her entire persona to a tee.
From classy to trashy, Miley isn't the only singer who has come under the spotlight for stripping off during a music video. Within 24 hours of the year-old star unleashing her Bangerz more than But for all those condemning Miley as twerking lunatic with more links to the porn industry than a sweet Disney princess should ever have, we invite you to consider just how much flesh has been flashed by other stars.
Little kids all over the country idolized her, and like all Disney stars, Miley had a squeaky clean image. So when Miley posed for Vanity Fair in wearing just a sheet she was 15 at the timepeople freaked the eff out. Ten years later, Miley wants to make it very clear how she really feels about that photo.
MILEY Cyrus has taken back her apology for posing backless in Vanity Fair ten years ago, when aged just 15, telling her social media followers she's "not sorry". The singer, 25, initially told People she was "embarrassed" by the pose which saw her covering herself with a sheet while gazing at the camera. At the time, the Disney star was a role model to millions of youngsters for her role as Hannah Montana and the nude shot sparked plenty of controversy.
Sorry, not sorry! After revoking her apology for posing topless at 15, Miley Cyrus explained why she took back her "nude" pic apology for the Vanity Fair photoshoot that caused a pop culture controversy. And the reasons she's no longer sorry showed so much maturity. Kimmel had printed out a screen-grab of Cyrus' tweet for the interview, and asked the singer if she'd kept a copy of the "Miley's Shame" Post issue after all these years.