Miley caught the crowd’s attention when she stripped down to sing ‘Blurred Lines’ with Robin Thicke at the VMAs, AND she danced sexily with a bunch of stuffed animals for her performance of ‘We Can’t Stop.’ Was this the most shocking performance of the night?
Miley Cyrus sure loves twerking, but who could ever have imagined she would twerk for Robin Thicke! After arriving wearing a crazy, bejeweled outfit on the red carpet at the 2013 MTV VMAs, Miley stripped down to her underwear to sing “Blurred Lines” with Robin, where she did some seriously dirty dancing. Watch her performance below!
Miley Cyrus Performance MTV VMAs
After a weird intro from Shailene Woodly, Miley emerged onto the stage from inside a giant teddy bear. Wearing a swimsuit, Miley sang “We Can’t Stop” and danced with a bunch of over sized stuffed animals. It was both amazing and insane!
Miley twerked and gyrated, and then stripped down to a two piece. She was joined by Robin, and they duetted on his hit “Blurred Lines,” and I must admit, it was pretty wild watching her twerk for a man so much older than her!
The crowd seemed to love Miley’s over sexualized performance!
Miley Cyrus Alone At MTV VMAs — Where Is Liam Hemsworth?
Quite unsurprisingly, Miley walked the red carpet at the Barclays Center alone.
Miley, 20, walked the carpet in a black and crystalized outfit, with her producer Mike Will Made It. In a rather wacky ensemble, Miley smiled and posed for the cameras, showing no sign whether she was upset to be without her fiance Liam Hemsworth.
Miley has been gearing up for highly talked about performance at the show, so it is most shocking that Liam would not be there to support her on her big night….
Liam and Miley were last seen together at the Aug. 8 premiere of Liam’s new film Paranoia, where they barely talked or touched all night. Miley supported Liam for his big career moment, so why was he not present for hers?
Plus, I highly doubt he would like to see her twerking for Robin!
What do you think? Was Miley’s performance too crazy or just right?