🎼 Give Me Candy 🍬 🍭

If you feel as though you haven’t already seen enough of Miley Cyrus’ body then prepare for more. Earlier this year Cyrus teamed up with professional creep and photographer Terry Richardson to create a spread for CANDY Magazine’s ninth edition.

0201Candy is the magazine that graced our eyeballs with the piping hot image of Tilda Swinton looking like a flaming ginger phoenix in glamour drag and James Franco looking like a rejected Robert Palmer Girl.

And now they’re giving your eyes another serving of Miley Cyrus’ nipples. The photographs that were featured in the publication showcased the ex-Disney pop princess in provocative poses, revealing outfits and, as we’ve come to expect, sans clothing.
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Think you’ve seen every last inch of pop star/activist Miley Cyrus? Think again.

The latest issue of Candy magazine (“the first fashion magazine completely dedicated to celebrating transvestism, transexuality, crossdressing, and androgyny in all their glory”) features the 22-year-old on nine separate covers, many of which feature a very naked Cyrus in poses that are, uh, not for the faint of heart. In an email, Candy founder and editor Luis Venegas writes that the issue’s theme is “Queens.” We’re not sure how that relates to the graphic images, but they’re certainly, uh, eye-catching.

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Now that the buzz over the spread has died down, Richardson has released the remaining images that didn’t make the cut. And be warned: they are definitely NSFW, with dildos, a middle finger, body hair and nudity the focus of the unpublished pics.

Whether you agree these images are art or thinly veiled porn, they certainly reiterate the fact that there’s nothing off-limits anymore. And in case you hadn’t stumbled across the Miley Cyrus/Terry Richardson collaboration, there are no words to describe the pictures so we’ll just leave them here for you to peruse…

Images courtesy of terrysdiary.com

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