Miley Cyrus goes topless, disses Disney and drops f-bomb in Cosmopolitan
On the cover of Cosmo's March issue, Miley poses in all white, wearing a pantsuit that's missing the blouse, as she gingerly holds on to the blazer to -- kinda, sorta -- keep her boobs from popping out.
In typical Miley fashion, the pop star gripes about how Disney -- you know, the company that basically made her -- hampered her creativity when she was under contract for "Hannah Montana."
"I've never gotten to make a record like this because Disney's always been on my back saying, 'You've got to promote the TV show in two months, so make sure your record's done,'" Miley says.
"'And when you promote your record, can you promote the show, the movie, and the 'Hannah Montana' record?'" she recounts. "I was basically carrying two people's careers and trying to make mine the priority." (Wait, so "Hannah Montana" was someone else's career?)
As for her forthcoming album -- the one she's now able to promote without the pressure of playing "the Disney game of smiling and being a princess" -- Miley's not worried about its reception, because she's got fiance Liam Hemsworth to rely on if it fails.
"Number one is my relationship with Liam," says Cyrus. "That's what I feel the most confident in because you never know; there's so much hype behind my new record, but it could come out and, worst-case scenario, everyone f***ing hates it." Hey, if it's anything like her "b****es love cake" feature on DJ Borgore's "Decisions," then we're in for a real treat.
The March issue of Cosmo hits newsstands Feb. 5.