Miley Cyrus has been many things during the span of her career. She’s donned wings and has been locked in a cage. She twerked on stage with singer Robin Thicke. Now Miley has transformed herself into an adult baby for her new music video for “BB Talk.”
Miley Cyrus has been on the fast track to growing up lately. But now it looks like the singer is feeling a little childish lately. The 23-year-old singer transformed into an adult baby for her new music video, which features some NSFW lyrics, so please listen below with caution. Cyrus is seen dressed up as an actual baby, complete with an inflatable diaper and pacifier in her mouth. It’s like the singer took the name of her song literally, which is reportedly about a girl who’s tired of hearing her boyfriend make baby talk every time they have sex.
Here are the profanity-laced lyrics, exclusively from an X17 Online report.
“Your baby talk is creeping me out / F**k me so you stop baby talking. You know, like, I hate all that f**king PDA, I probably hate it more than your f**king friends do / You know, it’s sweet and you couldn’t be more opposite of my last d**khead but I don’t know if I can get over / the f**king goo.”
“BB Talk” is the third single off her free surprise release, Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz. The video premiered on Friday, Dec. 11 on MTV.
This isn’t the first time that Miley has donned an adult baby costume. In late November, the singer shocked fans when she wore the costume during her Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz tour. She also shared several photos of herself in the bizarre getup on her already strange Instagram page.
Some of her fans have taken to her Instagram and YouTube accounts to slam Miley Cyrus and her new music video, claiming that she’s ripping off Melanie Martinez’s baby doll aesthetic.
But Miley Cyrus needed some help with her new sound and her new look. She collaborated with The Flaming Lips front man Wayne Coyne. The 54-year-old psychedelic rocker revealed that he has a lot in common with Cyrus despite their huge age gap. In fact, he sees a bit of himself in her.
“Miley and I are very much alike. The parties are not as crazy as what people think. When I hear of stories of Led Zeppelin taking over whole floors of a hotel and throwing TVs out of windows, we’re nothing like that.”
He previously revealed to Billboard that he won’t be working or performing with Miley Cyrus for a long time after their tour wraps up this month. The Cyrus-Coyne collaboration dates back to the Flaming Lips’ 2014 tribute album for the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, for which Cyrus sings on the track “Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds.” Coyne revealed what it’s really like to collaborate with Cyrus. He insists that their collaboration may appear odd to outsiders, but it’s not so strange since they’re so similar.
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“She really is awesome, and it really is about music and friendship. It does seem weird, but we’ve been in the weird category for a little while now, so…why not, y’know?”
Even Steven Drozd, Wayne’s bandmate and fellow Dead Petz member, is cool working with the “Wrecking Ball” singer.
“I was surprised at first, but now I’m pretty into it. She’s fun to be in the studio with. She’s easygoing, mellow, tries really hard. She’s funny. I think people would be really surprised if they could spend five minutes with her and see how much fun it is.”
What are your thoughts on Miley Cyrus’ new music video for “BB Talk”? Do you think she’s ripping off Melanie Martinez? Sound off below in the comments section.
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