Miley Cyrus Naked in 'Wrecking Ball' [VIDEO Watch It Here]: Disney's Hannah Montana Shocks Fans, But Travels To Amsterdam, Paris To Meet Them
By Staff Writer | September 09, 2013 08:24 PM EDT
Miley Cyrus continues to shock with her new music video for “Wrecking Ball.” She is shown naked (but covered) riding..a wrecking ball. Meanwhile, Miley trots around in a coffee shop in Amsterdam then jets off to Paris to meet her fans.
Still reeling from the Twerkfest in the Video Music Awards, fans who still see Miley as the young, Disney teen star from “Hannah Montana” will finally have to accept the drastic change of image. There’s just no stopping her, and even her father, “Achy Breaky Heart” singer Billy Ray Cyrus, can only gasp in disbelief.
The song is about a love gone wrong, and Miley expresses her contempt and frustration by breaking walls with a sledgehammer (in her underwear) and riding a wrecking ball (losing the undies). Most fans will make the Liam Hemsworth reference, but you’ll just have to listen for yourself.
The video is directed by Terry Richardson, a famous photographer/director who specializes in groundbreaking risqué pictures and videos. Among his most notable works were his series with Sport Illustrated’s Swimsuit model Kate Upton and Lindsay Lohan’s first nude photoshoots.
In the meantime, Miley took her time to bond with her European fans. She spent seven hours in a “Coffee shop” in Amsterdam with her friends. The point here is that these shops are known to allow patrons to light up cannabis, which the singer is allegedly into. The pop superstar arrived in Amsterdam on Saturday night and went to Greenhouse Coffee Shop at 10am and left at about 5:30pm.No sightseeing for Miley, as she seems clear on the purpose of her Amsterdam visit. She left for Paris soon after for a scheduled fans day activity.
Watch the racy video of “Wrecking Ball” here:
Video from Vevo/Youtube
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