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Miley Cyrus Goes Braless On Good Morning America Set

First Posted: Jul 16, 2013 09:03 AM EDT
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Miley Cyrus has been well-known lately for her edgier looks and provocative poses, but the pop diva still turned plenty of heads when she showed up to the Good Morning America set very clearly braless. Her look during the show didn't leave any less to the imagination.

Cyrus, whose time on the Disney Channel spurred a song career that first came to full fruition with her hit song "Party in the U.S.A.," showed up to the Good Morning America set clad in a knee-length black dress with white cuffs, and of course, sans bra. Given her high profile, the look certainly shocked her onlookers.

Than she took to GMA's stage, where she performed her new single "We Can't Stop" and fielded an interview with the show's hosts. While on camera she sported what amounted to a mesh bra and skirt, showing off her toned midriff.

Miley has come a long way since her days at Disney. Since that time she's worked greatly to develop a sexier image, and has certainly matured in her own right. While at GMA Monday, she showed off her stunning new engagement ring given to her by fiancee Liam Hemsworth.

"Miley is doing it now organically," Britney Spears' manager Larry Rudolph explained about growing up in the public eye. "There's no such thing as 'OK, let's figure out the plan for growing up.' It doesn't work. The public sees through it in two seconds, and every artist who's tried to do it has failed."

Though her career has not come without controversy, Cyrus does seem to have avoided many of pitfalls that befell some of her other child star contemporaries, like Amanda Bynes, Lindsay Lohan, and Chris Brown, who have all been embroiled in their fair share of legal drama.

"What you see now, this is her. Some artists have it, some don't have it, in terms of the ability to make that transition. Most don't, but you can't plan for it. If you get to that point, you hope it happens. If it does, it does. If it doesn't, then it wasn't in the cards," observed Rudolph.

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