Miley Cyrus Strikes Provocative Poses for V Magazine

The former Disney star poses in tiny shirts and talks about her relationship with fiance Liam Hemsworth in an interview with the magazine.

AceShowbiz - Miley Cyrus poses for a series of racy shots for V magazine's May edition. In one shot, Miley dons a black leather jacket with a crop top which reveals her underboobs. In another provocative image, she poses in a tiny backless top with her pants pulled down.

In an interview with the magazine, Miley denies the rumor that she's broken up with fiance Liam Hemsworth. The 20-year-old singer whose relationship with Liam is always questioned, explains, "I'm not home with my boyfriend all the time. We work. Every week, it's 'Are they broken up?' because we don't see a photo of them."

"I don't have time to go to Starbucks with my boyfriend every morning. I wish I did, but I don't," Miley continues. She goes on saying that it's sometimes hard to balance their career and their love life. She adds, "I'm at the studio all day. He gets up to work out at six and I come home at five from the studio. I put this record before everything, and I've never done that with anything. I've put too much into this record to put anything else in front of it."

The former child actress also shows no regret that she has the good-girl-gone-bad image. "I'm like, 'Why don't I just cut my hair, all blonde?' Because I've always wanted to do it... I'm going to change, I'm going to be different, I'm going to do what I want to do. I chopped my hair and bought a pair of Docs and never looked back."

Miley adds, "In this industry, no one wants to turn a mirror to you and encourage you to see the good things. No one wants you to see yourself fully because then you don't need them. If there's nothing missing, then you don't need them."

Saying that she is a pop artist with Gucci Mane in her mind, Miley credits Pharrell Williams, the producer who works with Miley on her new album, for letting her singing the way she wants so she can show the world the real her. "[Pharell] was the first person that ever did that," she says and explains that her songs like "Party in the U.S.A" wasn't her favorite because "that's not who I am, that's not where I want to sing, that's not what I want to sing, and that's not what I want my voice to sound like."

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