Miley Cyrus teased her fans with a video of herself wearing a figure-flattering swimsuit with what seemed to be avocado bits on the top.
With her new Instagram video, Miley Cyrus, 28, had a little fun. The singer posted a new video of herself in a pool, wearing a black string bikini and sunglasses, and making a joke about two avocado slices that seemed to be tucked into the top of her swimsuit. As music played in the background, she said to the camera, “They don’t call me the avocad-ho for nothing.”
With her two-piece outfit, the talented model wore a necklace and made sure to show off her toned thigh in the film. Even though it is still winter, she seemed to be having a nice time in the sun and exuded true summer vibes.
Miley looked stunning in two new images taken before her latest Instagram post, in which she posed in nothing but a low-cut black graphic tank top. In the pictures, she was lying down on a blanket, showing off some of her arm and ribcage tattoos. She only used a heart-eyed emoji as a caption, but it seemed to be enough because the post got a lot of publicity and comments.
She had gotten just as much attention a few days ago for sharing a picture of herself sitting in a bathtub wearing nothing but a white face mask and cleansing her face. In the photograph, she was shielding her chest with her hand and giving the camera a fierce and confident look. She joked in the caption, “I’ve officially disappointed the Saturday Gods.”
Miley is wowing with her photos and videos of herself when she isn’t wowing with her music career. She performed in front of a virtual audience as well as an IRL crowd of vaccinated healthcare staff at the first ever NFL TikTok Tailgate at Super Bowl LV on Feb. 7. During the one-hour stage time, she performed hits such as “Edge of Midnight,” “High,” “We Can’t Stop,” “The Climb,” and “Wrecking Ball,” as well as giving emotional speeches.
In one speech, she told her fans, “Everyone’s suffering is different, including everyone’s threshold of pain.” “I wear a lot of glitter and armour, and I also wear my heart on my sleeve, which gets broken all the time.”