Miley Cyrus Poses Topless in Racy Pre and Post Shower Pics before Melbourne 'Bangerz' Tour

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By Sonalee singh | June 16, 2014 5:55 PM EST

Miley Cyrus has once again jumped into a new controversy.  The "Wrecking Ball" singer set the mercury rising on June 14 when she took to Instagram to post several of her racy pics. For the photos, Cyrus was seen in a topless avatar. In one of the photos the 21-year-old singer was seen lying on her bed in black and white lingerie. She had her tattooed arms and cleavage on display. In the second pic, Cyrus was seen topless with her tongue on display. The singer covered her breasts with her arms and an octopus emoji covering her nipple. Cyrus added a twist to her pictures by styling her hair like Alfalfa from "The Little Rascals."

Cyrus captioned the pictures as "#preshoweralfalfaselfielife" and #postshowerinstagramwhoreselfielife." Cyrus is currently on her "Bangerz"Tour. She would start touring Australia in Oct. On Oct. 10, she would be seen performing in Melbourne, in Brisbane (October 15), Sydney (October 17), Adelaide (October 20) and Perth (October 2). The tickets are already on sale.

Tickets, which will cost between $100 and $150 go on sale on Friday, June 20, and general sales begin on Monday, June 23, reported SMH.com.au

Cyrus is known for her controversial dance performance. She created quite a huge controversy during MTV awards last year.  However, Cyrus's European tour was appreciated by Rolling Stone magazine (viaAustralian-tour" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"> FasterLouder.com.au)

 "Leading up to this tour that [Miley] wanted people to go to the show and take her seriously as a vocalist, and it appears that she meant it. Without question, she proved that talent beyond any doubt," the magazine reported in its "Bangerz" Tour review. "Miley's music was front and center for much of the night, and from beginning to end - roughly 100 minutes long - she nailed her vocals throughout the entertaining evening. With barely a twerk to be found, the singer's intended emphasis on her music seems legit; her approach may very well shift some of the attention back on her talents, and away from her infamous tongue."

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