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Miley Cyrus risks a nip slip on “Saturday Night Live”

December 17, 2018 Entertainment 0 Views Miley Cyrus on "Saturday Night Live" Miley Cyrus left a little bit of fantasy during her performance of "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" on "Saturday Night Live" with Mark Ronson this week. The former "Hannah Montana" star was topless, save for a silver jacket she was open &#821 1; and it stood miraculously in place, accompanied by matching pants and boots. Due to its risky and ensemble Cyrus 26, tears were avoided and remained stationary during the show, saving for a careful strutting against Ronson, who was untouched by the singer's seemingly routine partial nudity. Although Cyrus used to be completely naked in her "Wrecking Ball" video and showed a ton more skin when she hosted the MTV Video Music Awards 2015, Twitter was still in a tizzy remarking on her seemingly physics- defying outfit. Sean Ono Lennon joined Cyrus and Ronson for the evening's second performance, "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)". 19659005] She wa s much more covered for that melody, but the chance is that she still trusts some double-banded bands.

Miley Cyrus left a little bit of fantasy during her performance of “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” on “Saturday Night Live” with Mark Ronson this week.

The former “Hannah Montana” star was topless, save for a silver jacket she was open &#821

1; and it stood miraculously in place, accompanied by matching pants and boots.

Due to its risky and ensemble Cyrus 26, tears were avoided and remained stationary during the show, saving for a careful strutting against Ronson, who was untouched by the singer’s seemingly routine partial nudity.

Although Cyrus used to be completely naked in her “Wrecking Ball” video and showed a ton more skin when she hosted the MTV Video Music Awards 2015, Twitter was still in a tizzy remarking on her seemingly physics- defying outfit.

Sean Ono Lennon joined Cyrus and Ronson for the evening’s second performance, “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)”. 19659005] She wa s much more covered for that melody, but the chance is that she still trusts some double-banded bands.

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