Miley Cyrus Wrecking Ball Outfit
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An accompanying music video for "Wrecking Ball" was directed by Terry Richardson and premiered on September 9, 2013 via Vevo. The clip shows close-ups of Cyrus singing emotionally in front of the camera against a white background. Music video for "Nothing Compares 2 U" by Sinéad O'Connor. There are scenes everywhere where Cyrus licks a sledgehammer and wields it on a wrecking ball. At first she is shown in a sleeveless shirt and underwear; In the course of the video she is then shown naked on a wrecking ball, groping at it tearfully and turning her body, showing everything but her bare private parts.
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The clip received generally mixed reviews from critics who were divided in their opinions on Cyrus' increasingly provocative image. Jason Lipshutz wrote for Billboard that "Naked Cyrus on a wielding wrecking ball" was the most surprising piece of the clip. Amelia Proud of the Daily Mail gave a mixed review, commenting that Cyrus provided a picture that was more provocative than its "boisterous" predecessor "We Can't Stop" and asked if she "finally went too far this time." Entertainment Weekly staff joked that viewers were "scandalized / excited / disappointed with Billy Ray Cyrus' parenting skills" after seeing his daughter naked and "cutting a sledgehammer". Michael Hann wrote for The Guardian, criticizing Cyrus' attempts to distance herself from her innocent image of Hannah Montana, an earlier television series in which Cyrus portrayed the main character Miley Stewart, a middle school student who led a secret double life as pop star Hannah Montana. He disapproved of the way she moved on to a career beyond her childhood success, panning her specifically to "explore the iconography of porn".