There was public outcry in when the then star of Disney Channel's Hannah Montana kids TV show posed for photograher Annie Leibovitz topless and wrapped in a bedsheet, causing Cyrus to release a statement apologising for making a poor judgement. In the accompanying 'Vanity Fair' interview in Miley was asked if she thought posing topless aged 15 could be seen as controversial. She was quoted as saying: "No, I mean I had a big blanket on. And I thought, 'This looks pretty, and really natural. This sparked a media frenzy prompting both Disney and Cyrus to release statements saying sorry for the shoot.
Miley Cyrus Isn't Sorry About That Controversial Nude Photo 10 Years Later
On Second Thought, Miley's NOT Sorry For Her Nude Photoshoot Ten Years Ago – Makeful
Miley Cyrus posed nude on the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine for January issue. The controversial pop star bared it all and grabbed eyeballs on social media. In a series of posts, Miley shared the photos from the magazine with flabbergasting captions which were lauded by the netizens. During an interaction with Rolling Stone, Miley was asked about getting affected by people's scrutiny on her body. Some trauma of feeling so criticized, I think, for what I felt was a pretty average teenage, early [the 20s] exploration.
Miley Cyrus says she's not sorry for that nude photo shoot
The year was and, yes, it did happen. The photo shoot incited a media outrage that culminated with Cyrus apologizing for disappointing her fans. Guess what? Back then, in the Vanity Fair profile accompanying the photos, Cyrus actually addressed the potential for blowback, explaining that neither she nor Disney was worried about the shoot.
Miley Cyrus Photograph: Twitter. Miley Cyrus also opened about her past relationship with Liam Hemsworth and said how it was not so fairy tale experience. Miley Cyrus has taken down her clothes one more time. The singer is taking over the headlines with her another jaw-dropping nude picture.