Miley hits out at leaking of new video on Christmas Day

Miley hits out at leaking of new video on Christmas Day

Miley Cyrus has unveiled her racy new video for 'Adore You.'

The 21-year-old singer can be seen writhing around underneath her bed sheets wearing nothing but a nude lace bra and underwear in the new sexually suggestive music video which premiered on her official VEVO via Youtube on St Stephen's Day.

At one point the pop star runs her hands down her body before letting her fingers slide under the elastic band of her underwear as she bites her flesh and sucks her thumb whilst staring suggestively into the camera.

The video has already gained over five million views, however Miley's hopes of breaking her own record on the video sharing website - after 'Wrecking Ball' received 100 million views in six days - were quickly dashed when an unauthorised copy of the video leaked on the internet on Christmas Day.

In a series of angry posts written to Twitter, she said: "We all know Smilers would break another record if it wasn't for the f**k face who leaked my video. Alllllll good! Keep smiling. (sic)"

'Adore You' serves as the third single from Miley's new album 'Bangerz' and follows what has already been a string of controversies surrounding the video for her last single 'Wrecking Ball', in which she appeared naked swinging on a giant wrecking ball before suggestively licking a hammer.

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