Miley Cyrus obviously has no trouble taking off her clothes.
At this point, the controversial singer could probably shake up the status quo by keeping her clothes on when posing for the cover of a magazine. However, it doesn’t appear that Miley intends to cover up anytime soon.
True to form, Cyrus decided to shed her clothes for the March issue of Vogue Germany. Fans of the singer have three different covers to choose from, all of which seem to channel the look of iconic screen actress Marilyn Monroe.
The Vogue cover comes hot on the heels of Miley Cyrus’ racy photo shoot for W magazine. The images, which also find the singer sporting long blonde hair, coincided with a tell-all interview with Ronan Farrow.
Photographer Mario Testino was responsible for snapping photos of the singer in various stages of undress. You can find a few of the images in question below, though you’ll have to swing by the New York Daily News to catch the more risqué pic.
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Miley Cyrus ON Vogue Germany. SHE LOOK MORE LIKE MADONNA YRS AGO THAN MARILYN MONROY :/ pic.twitter.com/iZ7yvpfmQF
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Miley Cyrus has made it abundantly clear that she has no qualms about getting naked for magazines, music videos, or social media. The singer told Ronan Farrow during her chat with W magazine that she doesn’t mind sharing her sexuality with the masses.
“I’m trying to tell girls, like, ‘F*** that. You don’t have to wear makeup. You don’t have to have long blonde hair and big titties. I like that I’m associated with sexuality and the kind of punk-rock s*** where we just don’t care,” Cyrus explained.
She added, “I’m not Disney, where they have, like, an Asian girl, a black girl, and a white girl, to be politically correct, and, like, everyone has bright-colored T-shirts. You know, it’s like, I’m not making any kind of statement. Anyone that hates on you is always below you, because they’re just jealous of what you have.”
The singer also took a moment to discuss the perils of social media. In her opinion, sites like Twitter and Instagram have essentially turned everyone into the paparazzi.
“How scary is that? Like, you’re never safe. Even ordinary people just think they can, like, talk about you like they know you. Especially because I grew up in it, and like you grew up in it, too, there’s a sense of entitlement,” the singer dished.
What do you think about Miley Cyrus getting naked for the cover Vogue Germany? Is the singer’s penchant for nudity still shocking?