It's her party, she can do what she want: Miley Cyrus performed her hit summer song "We Can't Stop" at the 2013 MTV VMAs.
Cyrus' VMA performance featured a bunch of dancers in bear costumes, but not the song's signature auto-tune. The singer's racy track includes references to molly and cocaine, but MTV bleeped the "molly" reference during the performance. (Kanye West was also muted by the MTV censors when he rapped "molly" on the "Yeezus" song "Blood on the Leaves.")
After "We Can't Stop," Cyrus and Robin Thicke sang "Blurred Lines" together, with Cyrus embracing her scandalous side.
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Miley Cyrus brought her best twerking outfit for her eye popping performance at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Miley Cyrus embraced her role as the new twerk queen as she stripped off her bear-emblazoned leotard to cavort with Robin Thicke for a performance of the singer's Pharrell Williams-produced mega-hit "Blurred Lines," which is in the running for Video of the Year. With Thicke clad in a black-and-white-striped suit, Miley gave him an up close and personal private twerk show as the song climaxed.