Video: Miley Cyrus is Naked in Wrecking Ball Video…Why is this News?

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Miley Cyrus is naked in her latest music video, Wrecking Ball.  Why is this news?  Miley will do anything for attention.  From twerking and grinding up against Robin Thicke at the VMA’s, to her topless photo spreads in the past.  She has proven she will do whatever she can do to stay relevant and we keep falling for it, over and over and over.

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In Miley’s latest music video, Wrecking Ball, the second single off of her upcoming Bangerz album, the former Disney star gets emotional and completely nude. She sits naked atop a wrecking ball hanging off a chain as she sobs. Is the wrecking ball supposed to be a metaphor for her life and how she can have anything her heart desires (with the exception of on again/off again fiance, Liam Hemsworth)  but chooses to destroy it with her attention seeking antics?

In the clip Cyrus licks a sledgehammer and weeps as she sings of romantic heartache.

We have the video on the next page. The video is NSFW. Check it out and let us know what you think?

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5 Responses to Video: Miley Cyrus is Naked in Wrecking Ball Video…Why is this News?

  1. Pamela says:

    Why does she need to be naked? It’s not that shocking, just annoying. Some clothes would be great.

  2. Allie says:

    This girl is on Lindsay Lohan’s path to rehab

  3. Emily says:

    I don’t get it, it’s a nice, sweet song, why does she have to lick all the things?

  4. maurice says:

    it’s news perhaps because you made it news. haha

  5. BusyBee says:

    she certainly knows how to garner headlines… and hopefully a paycheck

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