Miley Cyrus: 'Adore You' teaser video clip posted on Instagram
The pop star is back on usual controversial form in her latest music video
Miley Cyrus is wishing fans a #hoehoehoe Christmas with the release of a second teaser clip from her forthcoming single "Adore You".
The raunchy preview shows the 21-year-old twerker writhing amid white sheets in her underwear and suggestively slipping her hand into her skimpy knickers.
The controversial singer posted the clip on her Instagram page on Saturday (21 December) ahead of the track's release on Boxing Day. She had already posted a shorter taster the day before.
"Adore You" is the third single from Bangerz, Cyrus' fourth studio album and the pop star shows no sign of bowing to her critics.
Cyrus has divided opinion with her provocative twerking performance alongside Robin Thicke at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards and her explicit music videos, including "Wrecking Ball", in which she appeared naked and licked a mallet.
But "Wrecking Ball" was named Vevo’s most-viewed music video of 2013, amassing over 371 million views worldwide. It also secured second place in the top trending Music videos of 2013 on YouTube, beaten only by Psy's "Gentlemen".
Yesterday (22 December) Cyrus also treated fans to a picture of her donning a Rudolph nose on Twitter, along with the caption "merry christmas #hoehoehoe".
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