Miley Cyrus flaunted her stunning physique in a small black swimsuit while endorsing her younger sister Noah Cyrus’ latest EP, The End of Everything. In a TikTok video, the Wrecking Ball singer showcased herself moving sensually to the melancholic tune Ghost while wearing a swimsuit for the first time since quarantine began.
The 27-year-old musician, who has been nominated for a Grammy award, showed off her dance moves in a video she posted on a popular video-sharing app. In the video, she can be seen walking down the stairs of her backyard and swaying her hips and hands in slow motion. The artist also experimented with several split-screen effects to appear in multiple frames simultaneously. Furthermore, she flaunted her new hairstyle, which her stylist created via FaceTime. According to the stylist, Miley Cyrus sent her a picture for inspiration, but the final result was a unique ‘pixie mullet’ haircut that the artist loved. Hershberger described the style as an ongoing creative cut that perfectly suited the superstar’s personality.
According to the hairstylist, Miley Cyrus and her mother Tish were able to successfully execute their vision for a cool and daring haircut that blends two styles into one. She also mentioned that the virtual cut was done due to the closure of salons in California as a preventive measure against the spread of COVID-19. The stylist is confident that Tish will soon start receiving requests for virtual haircuts, given the success of this collaboration. In fact, she had already provided Miley with a virtual tutorial on fixing her bangs and trimming her hair last month through FaceTime.
Miley recently encouraged her fans to check out her younger sister Noah’s new music, which is a response to Noah’s revelation about the challenges of living in Miley’s shadow. Noah expressed how being known as “Hannah Montana’s little sister” had stripped her of her own identity when she was younger. She shared during an interview on Apple Music with Rebecca Judd that this made her feel like people didn’t care about her as an individual.