Miley Cyrus Poses Nude on Marc Jacobs' T-Shirt for Charity Campaign
Miley Cyrus Goes Nude On T-Shirt For Charity Campaign | HuffPost
Miley Cyrus might have got almost naked a LOT recently - in her video for We Can't Stop , in photoshoots and in loads of Twitter posts - but she's finally got officially naked on a charity t-shirt. It's for Marc Jacobs skin cancer charity campaign, Protect The Skin You're In, and the singer appears totally nude with only her hands protecting us from a flash of her Hannah Montana. The charity raises awareness for melanoma research, and the t-shirts are all by Marc Jacobs. Already, she's got celebrity fans taking notice - rapper French Montana retweeted the picture and she promised him "yours is on the way! We're sure he's just really charitably minded. That's the only reason he wants a naked picture of Miley. Miley recently revealed that she's too cool to know about One Direction.
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By Dailymail. It looked like she had toned her wild image down after her raunchy flesh-flashing Bangerz era in Leaving nothing to the imagination, the singer, 24, appeared as a nude butterfly, with only a flesh-toned bodysuit with strategically placed crystals protecting her modesty. Sporting curly blonde hair and dramatic brightly-colored make-up, the pop princess appears to pose in a jail cell for the shot surrounded by wings and floral paraphernalia. The book features never-before-seen photos from David's nearly year career in the industry.