Miley Cyrus Is a Naked Fairy on the Cover of David LaChapelle's New Book

The songstress rocks a sheer, glittering Swarovski bodysuit and a pair of large butterfly wings in the artsy photo taken by the famed photographer.

AceShowbiz - %cMiley Cyrus% may have a different image from her wild twerking days, but it doesn't mean that she is against the idea of baring all for art. The former Disney darling has landed on the cover of fine-art photographer David LaChapelle's new coffee table book, and we are more than amazed.

Miley looks unrecognizable as she rocks heavy makeup and a curly blonde wig. In the vibrant photo, the "Malibu" hitmaker channels a fairy princess as she sports a pair of rainbow butterfly wings, while being surrounded by a couple of blossom trees inside a jail cell. While she appears to be completely nude, she actually wears a sheer Swarovski bodysuit.

Miley is currently gearing up for the release of her sixth studio album "Younger Now". Last week, she released a music video for the title track off the upcoming effort. The visuals finds her embracing her new image while channeling her inner %cElvis Presley% and %cDolly Parton%.

On "Younger Now", Miley intends to show off her fresh image as she is no longer a girl who likes to twerk during her "Bangerz" heyday. "I feel really kind of far away from that person," she previously said. "I just want people to see that this is who I am right now. I'm not saying I've never been myself... Who I was on the last record was really who I am. It's just myself has been a lot of different people because I change a lot."

She added, "I didn't want to show up to photo shoots and be the girl who would get my tits out and stick out my tongue. In the beginning, it was kind of saying, 'F**k you. Girls should be able to have this freedom or whatever.' But it got to a point where I did feel sexualized."

"I think I'm just figuring out who I am at such a rapid pace that it's hard for me to keep up with myself," she shared. "People get told that it's a bad thing to change. Like, people will say, 'You've changed.' And that's supposed to be derogatory. But you are supposed to change all the time."

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