Miley Cyrus Wears Underwear on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live,’ Shocks Talk Show Host

Taryn Ryder
omg! Celeb News
June 26, 2013

She's just being Miley.

The "We Can't Stop" singer appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Tuesday to promote her new hit single … but she left her pants at home.

Cyrus, 20, paired very tiny black shorts and a white crop top with black thigh high boots, an oversized jacket, and chains. The talk show host clearly noticed Cyrus's lack of clothes from the waist down as he greeted her.

"I did not realize when you walked out you were wearing your underpants," Kimmel quipped.

"I know, have you ever had someone sit on your couch — well probably on your own personal couch, but not on this couch — in their underwear?" Cyrus responded.

"The only one on my couch in their underpants is me," Kimmel replied, looking slightly uncomfortable.

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Following her Kimmel appearance, Cyrus hopped on a red eye flight to New York City and stopped by "Good Morning America" and "Live With Kelly and Michael" on Wednesday morning. During all three promotional appearances, Cyrus has shown off her edgy new look. On "GMA" she once again showed off her legs ... but in what looks like a white fuzzy diaper.

Also from coast to coast, at least one accessory has blatantly been on display: her engagement ring.

Rumors have swirled for months that Cyrus and fiancé Liam Hemsworth have called off their wedding, but when asked about that on "GMA," Cyrus insinuated she's still getting married: "I'm wearing a ring, so…"

The singer will take her media blitz overseas as she's scheduled to head to London next month to promote her new single.

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