Miley Cyrus Forced to Perform in Her Undergarments at 'Bangerz' Concert
By nidhi tewari | March 11, 2014 12:05 AM EST
Miley Cyrus loves to shock people by her bizarre dressing sense and other antics. But at times something strange also does happen to the "Wrecking Ball" songstress.
The latest wardrobe malfunction that Miley suffered occurred in her performance of the song "23" at the BMO Harris Bradley Centre in Milwaukee on Sunday night. She was forced to perform with only her underwear and bra.
Singer Miley Cyrus performs during KIIS FM's Jingle Ball concert at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, December 6, 2013.
Most of the fans watching her "Bangerz" concert in Milwaukee saw her undergarments and thought that she was just being Miley as if it was normal for her to perform semi-nude.
But the reality was completely different. The 21-year-old had actually miscalculated her timings for dress change during the show hence missed getting dressed. As the show must go on, the singer decided to give her dress a miss and perform in her undies instead.
"Not a new outfit for 23 I didn't make my quick change and I couldn't not come out for the song so I just had to run out in my undies : (.," Miley wrote on her Twitter account informing about the mishap to her fans.
"Never happened to me before. But I love my fans as much as they love me! I couldn't miss 23," the singer said talking about her semi-nude performance on her song "23."
"Show must go on," Miley further added on Twitter. For her, it was more important to perform rather than get dressed, which she did marvellously.
Many of her fans are so used to seeing Miley in various naked outfits that it did not come as a surprise to them when Miley appeared in semi-nude in the stage.
Prior to giving a semi-nude performance in one of her concerts Miley was seen posing with a fake looking hand in one of her Twitter pictures. A little search on the Internet revealed the artificial hand is actually a sex toy that Miley has been carrying with her in her concert. Check out more about the details of the story here.
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