In recent weeks, Miley Cyrus has been leaving little to the imagination with her fashion choices. At her New Year’s Eve show with Pete Davidson, the 29-year-old singer impressed with a series of jaw-dropping outfits. She also turned heads in a sheer black mini dress and a daring ad campaign for Gucci, where she showed off plenty of leg while donning the luxury brand’s latest pieces from head to toe.
However, it seems that the latest pH๏τoshoot of the singer for Interview magazine is the most daring outfit she has worn in a while. Miley Cyrus shared one of the images from the shoot with her 160 million followers on Instagram, captioning it with a playful reference to Gwen Stefani’s hit song: “Let me hear you say, this [expletive] is bananas B-A-N-A-N-A-S,” accompanied by banana and yellow heart emojis. She also included credits for the magazine, the stylist, and the photographer.
The singer known for her hit “Heart Of Glass” has recently shown that going pantsless is still a trend even in 2021. The picture depicts Miley leaning against a tree with one leg propped up against it, while the other stretches out to touch another tree. She wears only a yellow top and some bold pink platform shoes that scream 70s inspiration. There were definitely no pants involved in this photo shoot, but who can blame her or the styling team? If we had legs like Miley’s, we would probably do the same! Additionally, Miley is surrounded by a plethora of peeled bananas and banana skins on the ground, which prompted some fans on social media to criticize her for promoting food waste.
One Instagram user expressed disgust at the waste of food in a post, which was responded to by another user who agreed and added, “shaking my head.” Another comment criticized the post for promoting wastefulness when there are people who are hungry. However, there were also many positive comments, such as compliments on Miley Cyrus’s appearance and expressing admiration for the photo. We remain optimistic that the bananas depicted were only used for show or edited in post-production.