Miley Cyrus unveils controversial video for ‘Adore You’ – watch

The promo for the single sees the singer pretending to masturbate

Miley Cyrus has unveiled the video for her new single, ‘Adore You’.

The promo sees the singer courting controversy yet again, in the wake of her naked ‘Wrecking Ball video. In the new video, Cyrus apparently pretends to masturbate, writhing around in white bedsheets, licking and biting herself whilst also filming herself. Scroll down to watch the video, which leaked ahead of its official Boxing Day release, leading Cyrus to tweet: “Some dick leaked my video please only watch the official video #adoreyou”.

Earlier this month Miley Cyrus flashed her breasts in support of the Free The Nipple film. The ‘Wrecking Ball’ singer posted the image of herself flashing, but covered up by drawn on heart-shaped Merry Christmas signs, on her official Twitter page. She tweeted:


The stunt was in support of indie film ‘Free The Nipple’. The documentary is said to question the strict censorship of female nudity in the US compared to the relaxed approach to violence. Cyrus added: “It’s not about getting your titties out. It’s about equality.”

Miley Cyrus was named in the Top 10 of Time magazine’s Person of the Year poll. Other figures to appear on the shortlist include Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, Pope Francis, Iranian president Hassan Rouhani, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, NSA leaker Edward Snowden, gay rights activist Edith Windsor and 2012 winner, President Barack Obama.


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