Miley Cyrus is to perform one of her upcoming live shows with The Flaming Lips completely naked. In what is surely an attempt to be the most searched term ever for a pop concert, the Lips’ frontman Wayne Coyne announced that one of their six gigs with Cyrus across North America would be performed with the band, and the audience, completely nude.

Coyne posted via his Instagram page on Tuesday (October 13th), along with a split picture of Cyrus and his band, that everybody on stage would be playing without clothes “milk (well, white stuff that looks like milk) is spewed everywhere”, and that the results would be filmed for a promo video for the song ‘The Milky Milky Milk’, taken from their recent collaboration album Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz.

The point of everybody being naked is presumably part of some over-arching concept in the song itself, but also so that nobody in the audience would get their clothes ruined.

22 year old Cyrus is due to head out on the road in support of the Dead Petz album, made in conjunction with the psychedelic rock veterans, in November and December. No details have been announced as to which one of the six shows is the designated ‘naked’ one, but they’re playing in Chicago, Detroit, Washington DC, New York, Philadelphia and Boston.

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Both artists have previous experience of being nude during their performances. Cyrus was undressed in the controversial video for her single ‘Wrecking Ball’, and Coyne was disrobed during the video for the Lips’ 2009 song ‘Watching The Planets’.

Cyrus, who has become increasingly psychedelic and confrontational in her work in the last couple of years, spoke about her passion for nudism back in August with Jimmy Kimmel. She said: “I see a lot of people with their clothes on, and they’re kind of ***holes… if you’ve got your t*ts out, you can’t really be an ***hole.”

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