Noah Cyrus revealed that she had a fun night out in New York on Monday. That fun apparently included getting both of her nipples pierced.
In a new photo series on her Instagram, Miley Cyrus’ 19-year-old sister shared a glimpse at her escapades. In one of the images, she was wearing a tiny crop top and you can clearly see the imprint of nipple rings against the fabric. Noah also had her hands under her breasts as if to draw even more attention to that area of her body.
“A normal Monday night in New York. Tattoos and Boobie Piercings,” the “Lonely” singer wrote. Didn’t wanna say tittys n set anyone off.”
As The Inquisitr reported, Noah recently posted an Instagram story in which she was getting a spider tattoo on her neck. However, she waited to reveal the piercing via her permanent posts on the platform.
The post accumulated close to 60,000 likes and more than 250 comments within the first 40 minutes after being posted.
In the comments, fans seemed enthralled by her beauty.
“Ur so gorgeous can I be u???” one fan asked.
“Hottie with the body,” another commented.
“U look so gooood,” a third wrote.
This isn’t Noah’s first time at the rodeo with regard to body modifications. She previously had her septum pierced, with the experienced being documented in an Instagram video.
Steal Her Style also reports that Noah has more than twenty other tattoos. Some of her standout inkings include a tombstone on her forearm, “bluegrass state of mind” written on her forearm, a horseshoe on one knuckle and a teardrop on one finger.
Aside from her piercings and tattoos, Noah has recently been focused on her music career. She has been promoting “Lonely” for which she released a video. In the music video, the singer-songwriter is dressed = in all-black and levitating. Rolling Stone Magazine reports that she co-directed the video with Symone Ridgell.
“Sometimes there can be dozens of people around you, but you still feel lonely,” Cyrus said in a statement. “I wanted the video to show what it could really feel like.”
The video also features an appearance by the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Music Program. Ridgell explained their inclusion.
“It’s about vulnerability, trauma and dropping your facade, but also about human connection and finding strength among others (one of the many reasons it felt particularly powerful to work with the Los Angeles LGBT Center),” she said.
The music video for “Lonely” currently has close to 480,000 views on Youtube and more than 2,000 comments.