Miley Cyrus is stripping down for charity. The "We Can't Stop" singer is completely naked on the charity-benefiting T-shirts, barely covering her ladyparts as she proudly bares her bangin' bod and rocks her famous edgy hairstyle. And based off her Twitter feed, Miley is clearly excited about the collabo with the famed fashion designer. While the nude pic is sure to raise some eyebrows, Cyrus is certainly not the first to strip down for the "Protect The Skin You're In" campaign. European Marc Jacobs' stores will begin selling the shirts next month as Miles kindly noted on her Twitter.
Miley Cyrus Nude on Marc Jacobs T-Shirt
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By Debbie Emery. Miley Cyrus has never been afraid to take risks, but her latest daring venture is for a very good cause. On the trendy clothing, Miley is standing in the nude with her hands protecting her modesty and her crop-haired head tipped cockily to one side. European Marc Jacobs boutiques will start selling in August. She really has a very good, solid head on her shoulders. I adore her,' pledged the fashion guru. Sexy style: The year-old singer looked like she was dressed for a nightclub, not a morning show. Fans of the colourful star will soon be seeing a lot more of her in an upcoming MTV documentary.
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