Miley Cyrus’ Topless Selfie is Smokin’ Hot; But It’s Not What You’re Thinking!

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By charmaine corne clutton | March 21, 2014 11:35 AM EST

Miley Cyrus may be synonymous to raunchy but her latest topless selfie is her hottest post yet on the social media site,Twitter.

The singer has landed in Florida for her "Bangerz" tour and her fans are saying that the "We Can't Stop" singer should probably stop, stop in the sense that she stop tanning herself too much. Cyrus recently shared to her million followers on Twitter her topless photo of her sunburn. She has been trying to show her fans her dedication to getting that perfect tan but has fallen prey to Florida's sun, where too much is bad for you.

Cyrus posted the photo on her Twitter account saying:

"Quick change today is gonna be a realllllllllll b*tch #fuckyeahtampa"

The twenty-one-year-old singer already has a problem with quick changes as she had to perform to her fans in her underwear during her tour in Milwaukee last March 9, where the singer couldn't get dressed fast enough before her next song had started.

The reason she's worried about quick changes is because it's going to be hard on her skin with all the fuss of changing quickly and we all know Cyrus is into the tight clothing.

The "Wrecking Ball" singer has been a fan of tanning way back and loves to hit the beach but maybe she should refrain from too much sun and start dabbing lots of Aloe on her sunburn to help with it.

The summer is in and lots of stars are starting to get their skin tanned. As reported by the Huffington post, a lot of stars have failed in the tanning department. A few of these stars include Cameron Diaz, Gwyneth Paltrow, fashion designer Victoria Beckham and Sarah Hyland.

Talk about hitting the beach too much, make sure that your skin is all covered up with the right SPF like what Miley should have done. 

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