If you thought that Miley Cyrus was done with her crazy antics after her controversial VMAs performance with Robin Thicke, foam fingers and giant teddy bears, then you were wrong!
Cyrus has done it again. This Saturday she appeared on the German TV show Schlag Den Raab to perform her hit single "We Can't Stop," accompanied by a band of "little people!"
The former child star was dressed in a bedazzled crop top, hot pants and thigh-high stockings, and was backed by a band of "little people" playing air guitar. A giant teddy bear lurked in the background and there was even a tiny twerker, who Cyrus playfully smacked on the butt.
While Cyrus was clearly having fun during her performance, we're not sure the world entirely agrees with her antics, and many would consider the use of "little people" in her performance to be borderline politically incorrect.
Cyrus posted a photo on Twitter of herself backstage, captioned "Mc & The Boos."
So what does Cyrus have to say about all this commotion? Well, she doesn't seem to be concerned with her critics and her tongue most probably won't be going anywhere any time soon.
Cyrus previously told MTV, "I don't pay attention to the negative because I've seen this play out so many times."
"Madonna's done it. Britney's done it. Every VMA performance, that's what you're looking for; you're wanting to make history."
While Cyrus may not be concerned with the negativity, she has managed to twerk herself out of a Vogue cover.
It appears that her risqué MTV Video Music Awards performance and now her latest appearance on German television have cost the 20-year-old singer a cover on the American prestigious fashion magazine.
Cyrus was reported to have been photographed for the December issue, as editor-in-chief Anna Wintour had wanted to promote the singer and her new image to fashion icon status.
However, that will no longer be happening as a source revealed to The Daily Mail, "Anna found the whole thing distasteful."
"She decided, based on Miley's performance, to take the cover in a different direction."
Well, for now, you can tell us what you think of Cyrus' German TV performance:
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