Miley Cyrus Wardrobe Malfunction: Nip Slip In Paris, Following Naked ‘Wrecking Ball’ Music Video Release [WATCH]
By Staff Writer | September 09, 2013 06:06 PM EDT
Miley Cyrus suffered a wardrobe malfunction today in Paris.
While in Paris, France on Monday, September 9, Miley Cyrus suffered from a nip slip wardrobe malfunction, according to E! News. Miley was wearing a cropped silver sweater and glittery corset top with some dangerously-placed cut-outs. As the 20-year-old lifted her arm and waved to fans outside NRJ radio station, she accidentally displayed too much of her right chest. The picture can be found here .
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Apart from wardrobe malfunction news, Miley Cyrus also released her music video for her new single "Wrecking Ball" today, which features her riding a wrecking ball naked, licking a sledgehammer, and rolling around in the dust in white underwear and cropped white tank top. Miley continues to push the borders with her new "Wrecking Ball" music video, which already has 2 million views on YouTube as of Monday evening.
Over the weekend, Miley toned things down during a performance of "We Can't Stop" on the German TV show, "Schlagg Den Raab," E! News reports.
Unlike the MTV VMAs, this performance featured no latex underwear or foam fingers, but instead a crew of little people, E! News writes.
Watch Miley Cyrus's music video for "Wrecking Ball" here:
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