Miley Cyrus spits water over fans during 'Bangerz' tour gig - watch

Latest controversy on the 'Wrecking Ball' singer's world tour

Miley Cyrus spits water over fans during 'Bangerz' tour gig - watch

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Miley Cyrus spat water over fans during a 'Bangerz' tour gig in Tampa, Florida on Thursday (March 20).

Between songs the 'Wrecking Ball' singer asked the crowd if they were having a good time, she then drank a mouthful of water before spitting it at fans in the front row of her concert. You can watch footage of the incident by scrolling down the page and clicking 'play'.

Last week, one of Miley Cyrus' tour buses caught fire. Noah Cyrus, Miley's younger sister, shared a series of pictures and videos of the bus in flames on Instagram on Monday night (March 17) with the caption "Cyrus bus down!!!!" She later tweeted that everyone was out of the bus safely, writing "Yes, everyone got out safe no one is injured what so ever [sic]!! Everything is okay!!"

It is unclear where the bus caught fire, but Cyrus had been performing in Texas over the weekend as part of her Bangerz world tour and is due to play in New Orleans tonight (March 18).

A tour source told NME: "It wasn't Miley's bus and Miley was not on that bus. The fire started when a tire blew. Everyone got off the bus safely and no one was injured."

Last Sunday, it was revealed that Cyrus is working with The Flaming Lips for a remake of The Beatles' album 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'. Other artists lined up for the covers compilation include MGMT and Tame Impala. Cyrus will appear on the album alongside MGMT's Andrew VanWyngarden, performing on a remake of 'Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds'.

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