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Mileys Christmas fun on Twitter

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While most of the entertainment industry is taking a break from their commercial activities during the festive season, teen pop sensation Miley Cyrus, whose latest Wrecking Ball video has surpassed well over 400 million views on Vevo, has in her signature way, presented herself in a rather festively explicit way!

In New York for the weekend for The Jingle Ball Tour, the singer took some time off to enjoy the snow and flashed a very naughty Christmas photo in the process!

Miley posted herself on Twitter lifting-up her top with two heart-shaped ‘Merry Christmas’ signs covering her boobs.

“Merry Christmas! Thank you NY for being one of the few states to @freethenipple,” she tweeted.

After her image sparked some negative comments Miley added a new tweet trying to explain her actions. “It’s not about getting your t**s out. It’s about equality,” she proclaimed.

The new Christmas Twitter flash is just the latest incident, following on from her performance on Friday evening at Z100's Jingle Ball 2013 in New York where she twerked with a Christmas tree onstage.

The 21-year-old was watched by thousands whilst she shook her impertinent bottom in front of a lady dressed as the festive tree and covered in silver tinsel and baubles.

Cyrus has made Claus a very happy Santa!!

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