Miley Cyrus still has a wild streak a mile wide despite marriage and an abrupt image makeover two years ago. She let her inner wild child slip out this week in a racy social media snap, sunbathing without a stitch of clothing.
Miley, 26, covers her private parts with strategically folded arms. But the soft curves of her hip and torso are exposed, including her “dream catcher” tattoo.
She gazes seductively from under a yellow sun hat.
“Festival season is here,” she writes in a caption. “I’m queer, and ready to party! 🌈🌈🌈 lets go summer 2019!”
The photo and caption were an apparent reference to her plans to perform at the Woodstock 50 Festival later this year.
The original festival was held in a farm field in upstate New York in 1969 and drew nearly half a million people. It has become an iconic symbol of ’60s counterculture and rock and roll.
Miley broke the news on Instagram. She’ll perform, Friday, Aug, 16, which, she said, leaves the “whole rest of the weekend to RAGE!”
Talk about Miley of old.
The singer and actress went on a three-year bender as pop’s baddest bad girl. She shed her clothes and flaunted her sexuality with abandon.
It was a stark change from her days as a Disney Channel star on her teen sit-com “Hannah Montana.” She landed the part when she was 14-years-old. By the time the show ended in 2011, Miley, then 19, was already letting loose.
Like many Disney teen stars, she faced the difficult task of transitioning to an adult career, both musically and on film. But if there was any question about her making the move, she quickly dispelled them.
It wasn’t long before she was shedding her clothes and celebrating her sexual liberation with both girls and guys.
Her notoriety exploded following her risque duet with the much-older Robin Thicke at the 2013 “MTV Video Music Awards.” Her wild run culminated with her raucous worldwide Bangerz Tour in 2014 and Dead Petz album in 2015.
Her motto could have been pot, partying and pootie. But in 2017, she underwent another change.
Miley announced she’d given up marijuana, alcohol and nipple pasties.
Instead, she promised a return to her roots. She said she wanted to be “super clear and sharp,” so she could focus on a new collection of songs reflective of her country music background.
Miley also said she would devote more of her time to social causes through her Happy Hippie Foundation.
Last December, she made the ultimate commitment, marrying long-time boyfriend Liam Hemsworth in a private ceremony at their Nashville home.
Her sixth studio album, Younger Now, released in 2017, is a sharp departure from Dead Petz, which she called “psychedelic, but still in the pop world.”
She announced almost immediately afterward she was already working on her seventh studio album with Mike Will Made It, Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt. Her first single “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart,” was released last November.
Miley is also slated to perform at the five-day Glastonbury Festival in England. She has other shows on tap as well.
She says she’s moved on, but let’s hope not too far along, judging from her photo. Check it out below.