Miley Cyrus ‘Tongue Tied’ Video: Watch Singer Get Naked, Kinky, In Bondage On New Clip Directed By Quentin Jones

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Miley Cyrus in her new video 'Tongue Tied.' Nowness

"Tongue Tied" is the new music video from the ever-controversial Miley Cyrus, and once again it seems like the former Disney girl is trying to push the envelope and be naughty. The video shows Cyrus practically naked, as always, writhing and tongue literally wagging. The video seems to harken back to some of Madonna's early work, particularly "Vogue" and "Like A Prayer." The Hannah Montana star even appears dancing with just black tape covering her breasts. It's sexy, but it's also been done before. atreve a más mostrándose semidesnuda y cubriendo su senos solo con cinta adhesiva.

Miley Cyrus' new music video was directed by Quentin Jones, a video artist and photographer who has created campaigns for the likes of Louis Vuitton and Chanel and has photographed Penelope Cruz. The video is featured on Nowness magazine online which states "In the USA, any fresh ‘n’ hot star with blonde ambitions is bound to be a sex symbol. Miley Cyrus wears that bondage lightly. And literally. She stretches the definition of kink, making it pop...She could stop, actually, if she wanted to… but she won’t. She wears her latex like she’s dressing up as herself for Halloween: “I’m a Sexy Miley Cyrus! What are you?”

Miley Cyrus is clearly very intent on shedding her good girl image. Beginning with her twerking performance with Robin Thicke at the VMAs and going through her naked "Wrecking Ball" video, the young pop star has broken one taboo after the next. In this video, she is toying with dark ideas of sexuality including bondage and masochism: "It should be clear as ink that Miley Cyrus is no former Disney kid. She’s a forever Disney kid. Sixty years after Walt himself collaborated with Salvador Dali, his phantasmagorical dreams of goofy innocence and erotically charged surrealism have been reanimated." 

 

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Oscar Lopez is a Brooklyn-based writer. Originally from Mexico, Oscar moved with his family to Australia in 2000. Graduating from the University of Melbourne in 2011 with a BA (Honors) Oscar was awarded the Keith Macartney Scholarship for the Arts, the Louise Homfrey Award and the Hannah Barry Memorial Award. As well as reporting for Latin Times, Oscar's writng has been featured in Newsweek, New York Magazine (nymag.com) and Musee Magazine.