Miley Cyrus Naked And Dirty With Her Pig On Paper Cover — SEE PHOTOS!
Miley Cyrus is naked and dirty on the cover of Paper magazine, which features the nude star posing with her pig. Check out the photo right and below.
As Gossip Cop reported, Cyrus first got her piggy, then just a piglet, nearly a year ago. Named Bubba Sue, the pet made its debut on the singer’s Instagram last August. Months later, the pig is now tremendous in size, and still one of the stars of Cyrus’ social media photos.
And now Bubba Sue has scored his very own magazine cover. Or at least one he has to share with his owner. The image appears to be a take on pigs in mud (or, perhaps, the “happy as a pig in sh*t” phrase), as a completely naked Cyrus has nothing but some “dirt” (likely body paint) on her. Bubba Sue is positioned so as not to reveal Cyrus’ breasts or nether regions, not that she’s had a problem showing her privates in photo shoots before.
With a cover line that reads “Miley Cyrus Use Your Voice,” the new summer music issue “celebrate[s] nine living legends — from Quincy Jones to Joan Jett to Dolly Parton — who’ve used their voices to change the world.” Cyrus scored the cover spot in the wake of launching the Happy Hippie Foundation. As Gossip Cop previously noted, she started the organization to help the homeless and LGBT communities.
Paper says of Cyrus, “The unapologetic, sh*t-kicking Miley we know is there, but we see an engaged and compassionate side as well — and a fluid sexual identification that connects her personal life with her social-justice dreams. For her part, in the only quote released so far, the former child star says, “I was doing a show two nights ago. I was wearing butterfly nipple pasties and butterfly wings. I’m standing there with my t*ts out, dressed like a butterfly. How the f*ck is that fair? How am I so lucky?”
Cyrus teased the Paper collaboration on Instagram on Sunday, posting a picture of herself flaunting her cleavage while wearing a pig mask. The full cover story and additional photos will be released on Tuesday. The shoot was conceived by Paper creative director, Diane Martel, who directed Cyrus’ crazy “We Can’t Stop” music video.
Paper, of course, is the same magazine for which Kim Kardashian went full-frontal last year, in an attempt to “break the internet.” Check out Cyrus’ cover and teaser pic below, and tell us what you think you.