We all know by now that Miley Cyrus isn’t shy when it comes to baring her body.
Now, the pop princess is flaunting her figure — completely in the buff — for V magazine‘s new Diary of a Dirty Hippie spread! The 22-year-old donned only a dreaded hairpiece, some blue peace sign earrings, and her birthday suit for the installment!
In an excerpt from the issue, drag queen Laganja Estranja praised the singer for all the work she’s done, the strides she’s made, and the acceptance she’s promoted during her time in the limelight.
The RuPaul’s Drag Race alum applauded the former Disney darling for providing her profession with a worldwide platform that could catapult society towards a more accepting environment.
“There was no bullshit in translating MC’s vision into choreography. We smoked blunts with her dog, Mary Jane, in the backyard and she played her new album while schooling me in music history. Miley told me she wanted to get all these queens together, so I started texting immediately and my sisters stepped up.”
She explained that she’s used to cattiness when it comes to working with other drag queens, but revealed the songbird was able to unite them for the sake of equality and universal love:
“We spent a whole week working as a collective, which gave us time and a safe space to grow and learn as a community. The last time I was in a place with that many drag queens I FELT VERY ATTACKED, but this was so different because it came from a place of love and being one with the universe. We all danced as a group for the first time and it was SICKENING.”
The reality TV personality also remembered the awards show host’s after-party:
“It’s always special to dance with my drag mother, Alyssa [Edwards], and my drag sister, Shangela, as The Haus of Edwards, but this time was a dream come true. Miley invited all the queens to her turnt after-party and asked The Haus to perform. I had the opportunity to slay my singles for the kids, but mostly for Miley, who was just as excited as we were. Mama Edwards inducted MC into The Haus as a sister, and we were geeked that she was geeked and we just fangirled together, celebrating our individual uniqueness.”
The drag queen commended the inspirational artist for fighting for equality among all individuals, remarking:
“I have to thank Miley for f*cking sh*t up and teaching the nation through alienation, because we can’t do this by ourselves. Nobody can fight for equality or bring visibility to the marginalized singlehandedly. We have to talk together, work together, create art together, and maybe then we can carve out a solid place in the sun for a once underground subset of society. I look forward to this journey, because we are just getting started! OKURRR!!!!!”
We also love that Miley is such a supportive ally for a community that has been isolated for far too long! And that she’s not afraid to go full-frontal in magazines!
[Image via Vijat Mohindra/V Magazine.]