Miley Cyrus Goes Fully Nude For Marc Jacobs + Other Naked Celebs Who Joined The Campaign [PHOTOS]

  on July 27 2013 8:04 PM

Miley Cyrus just can’t stop shedding off her clothes. After months of teasing us with glimpse of her uncovered parts and barely-there clothing, the former child actor has gone all out this time with a fully nude shot for Marc Jacobs’ “Protect the Skin You’re In” campaign.

The 20-year-old ex-Hannah Montana star got rid of her clothes to pose for the fashion designer’s t-shirt campaign, which aims to raise awareness and funds for melanoma research. All proceeds from its sale will go to the NYU Skin Cancer Institute.

However, those hoping to see her privates exposed would be disappointed because the artistic shot has the campaign slogan carefully placed over her chest to hide her nipples, and has her hands to cover her bottom treasure.

The T-shirt costs $35  or around A$37 and is available at Marc Jacobs stores.

Miley now joins other celebrities who posed naked for Jacobs’ skin cancer awareness campaign, including Kate Upton, Naomi Campbell, Eva Mendes, Heidi Klum, Milla Jovovich, Julianne Moore, Marissa Miller, Miranda Kerr, and Eric Cartman (Yes, the fictional animated character from South Park).

Going naked isn’t new to Miley. If anything, it’s as if she strives to show the whole world her adult body every chance she gets.

On Monday, Miley was also seen going commando in super short shorts. She was leaving the Cirque Le Soir club in London with Nicole Scherzinger and Pixie Geldof when paparazzi caught her suffering from a case of a “front wedgie” with her privates peeking out from her shorts.

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Earlier on July 15, she arrived on the set of the U.S. morning show Good Morning America with her nipples visible through her black dress. The thin fabric of her dress wasn’t enough cover for her breasts when she went braless.

Meanwhile, Miley is starring in a one-hour documentary project on MTV. The as-yet untitled project will see cameras following the singer as she works on her new album, which will hit stores at the later part of 2013.

Her We Can’t Stop single is currently at the No.2 spot on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart. It was at No. 4 position at the ARIA charts in Australia.

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