Miley Cyrus Eyeing to Bare Skin in 'Undiscovered Gyrl'

July 24, 2008 03:10:06 GMT

While she is busy filming for 'Hannah Montana: The Movie', the Disney's starlet has been reported to be interested in portraying an adult role requesting her to have nude scenes in new movie.


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It seems that teenage sensation Miley Cyrus is up for another round of controversy. After the 15-year-old generated much debate when her topless photo for the cover of Vanity Fair magazine's June issue hit the stands, the "Hannah Montana" star is reportedly looking forward to be baring more skins for an adult role in a new movie entitled "Undiscovered Gyrl".

Report regarding the role claimed that if the Disney's starlet is indeed cast, she will definitely expose more than what she has shared with the Vanity Fair's photos. According to MSNBC, an insider revealed, "If she does get the part, you will be seeing a lot more of her than you did in the Vanity Fair photos - there would definitely be nude scenes." As for comment from Miley's camp regarding this rumor, there are none offered so far.

Miley is currently engaged in filming the movie version of her Disney Channel original series, "Hannah Montana: The Movie" in which she portrays a teenager living a double life as an ordinary girl on one side and a superstar on the other. Featuring also Billy Ray Cyrus, Mitchel Musso, Jason Earles, Emily Osment and Vanessa Williams, the comedy musical is set to be released on May 1, 2009.

"Undiscovered Gyrl" itself is explained to be a movie project based on Allison Burnett's novel. It tells the story of "a lovable, lost suburban girl who descends into a life of reckless partying and promiscuity".

UPDATE 07/24/08: In her response to the rumor above, Miley has allegedly come out to dismiss the claim that she is interested in playing a promiscuous teen in "Undiscorvered Gyrl". According to a report, the daughter of country singer, Billy Ray, insisted that the report is a false one stressing, "I'm not even allowed to go see R-rated movies.".

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