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Miley Cyrus Smokes Joint as Her 'Wrecking Ball' Wins Best Video at MTV EMAs

November 11, 2013 02:20:45 GMT

The former Disney star lights up a large spliff and smokes it after thanking her fans and video director Terry Richardson.


Miley Cyrus Smokes Joint as Her 'Wrecking Ball' Wins Best Video at MTV EMAs
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Miley Cyrus kicked off the 2013 MTV EMA with an alien-inspired performance. Donning a metallic dress and astronaut helmet, the 20-year-old singer took the stage at Amsterdam Ziggo Dome on Sunday, November 10 to perform her "We Can't Stop". She held a rocket-shaped microphone while singing and twerking with a female dwarf.

Cyrus also had a big night as her "Wrecking Ball" won Best Video award, edging out Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines", Lady GaGa's "Applause", Justin Timberlake's "Mirrors" and 30 Seconds to Mars' "Up in the Air". The former Disney star then thanked her fans and video director Terry Richardson before celebrating her new achievement by smoking a joint onstage.

Cyrus made another appearance on the EMA stage for her second performance. This time, she wore a white leotard that showed off her legs and thigh as she belted out "Wrecking Ball" against the backdrop of a giant video screen of herself crying.

Overall, Cyrus' EMA antics are somewhat tamer compared to her provocative performance with Thicke at MTV Video Music Awards back in August.

Meanwhile, Thicke was serious when he said that he "definitely" wouldn't perform with Cyrus again. The 36-year-old crooner, who appeared onstage with eight nude dancers covered in silver body paint, was joined by Australian raptress Iggy Azalea to sing his summer hit "Blurred Lines". Thicke later sat at a piano and played "Feel Good", another cut off his "Blurred Lines" album.

Miley Cyrus Performs "We Can't Stop":


Miley Cyrus Performs "Wrecking Ball":


Miley Cyrus Smokes a Joint on MTV EMA Stage:


Robin Thicke Performs "Blurred Lines" and "Feel Good":


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