Pop star Miley Cyrus has taken to social media to promote her sister Noah Cyrus' latest EP while wearing just a tiny black bikini.
The Party In The USA hitmaker captioned her new TikTok video "seeing myself in a bikini for the first time since quarantine" as she danced seductively to her sibling's track called Ghost.
Miley strutted down the steps of her backyard and swayed her hips and hands in slow motion back and forth.
She used a number of split-screen effects in the clip, which allowed her to appear simultaneously in multiple frames.
In addition to having fun with filters, the former Disney star showed off her new "pixie mullet" hair 'do.
Earlier this week, the singer's mum Tish Cyrus, 53, executed her fresh haircut while hair stylist Sally Hersberger supervised the procedure over FaceTime.
The stylist told People: "Miley sent me over a picture for inspiration, but this pixie mullet is completely different than the original inspiration photo.
Sally described the style as "an ongoing creative haircut" adding that the superstar songstress was pleased with the results.
"Miley loved the final look as much as I did," she said.
"It's so cool and daring to mesh together two styles into one that really expresses her own sense of style."
She said that the mother and daughter duo "were able to easily execute the vision".
They invented with the cut, as salons remain shut down in an effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
"I'm sure Tish will start getting booked soon – her own requests for virtual haircuts," said Sally, who has also served celeb clients including Meg Ryan, Jimmy Fallon and Tom Cruise.
The stylist said that prior to the recent procedure, she "actually did a virtual cut with Miley last month" in setting up "a FaceTime call with her to walk her through fixing her bangs and giving herself a trim".
Miley reportedly stays so fit by doing yoga and pilate sessions regularly in addition to her vegan diet.
She has been studying Pilates since at least 2013, when she would train with LA-based Pilates teacher Mari Winsor.
The instructor told People that their sessions lasted half an hour and focused on abs and legs.
"You have to learn how to not just tighten up your tummy but actually pull your tummy in to your lower back as much as you can,” she said.
"Just doing 40 crunches a day isn’t gonna do it for you."