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Saturday 20 December 2014

Miley Cyrus goes twerk berserk

Miley Cyrus gets her twerk on
Miley Cyrus gets her twerk on
Miley Cyrus spanks her backing dancer
Miley Cyrus went for another attention-grabbing outfit at a festival in Las Vegas

Miley Cyrus has continued her twerking rampage, performing in Las Vegas in a see-through dress with a microphone shaped like a banana.

The 20-year-old former Disney star - who was criticised for her raunchy performance at the MTV VMAs last month - appeared at the iHeartRadio festival in Las Vegas where she was photographed twerking with a dwarf backing dancer and then spanking her on the behind.

Miley later changed into a white mesh dress that revealed her underwear and black circle stickers covering her nipples.

But despite her lively rendition of Party In The USA, the emotion appeared to become too much for Miley as she performed her new single, Wrecking Ball, which includes the lyrics, "you'll never wreck me".

The singer - who recently confirmed she has split from fiance Liam Hemsworth after three years together - appeared to choke back tears as she performed the song.

Miley's voice could reportedly be heard cracking and she had mascara running down her face, according to Sky News.

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