Noah Cyrus‘ NSFW edge is back. The 20-year-old singer and sister to superstar Miley Cyrus is a regular when it comes to firing up Instagram in her underwear – quarantined on account of the novel coronavirus she may be, but Noah hasn’t let COVID-19 take away her personality.
The girl who has thrown out the middle finger from a urinal – keep scrolling – and, on many an occasion, lifted her shirt for the ‘Gram shared a new update last night. It came with a racy thong, and the witty caption acknowledged coronavirus.
Noah’s double update showed her photographed amid cushions and walled artwork, with green mood lighting affording an edgy vibe. The “July” singer was posing in profile while leaning forward – while the image was full of distraction, it clearly showed the beauty showcasing her fierce curves as she exposed her bare rear in a light and skimpy thong.
Noah also rocked a baggy shirt, plus her waist-length brown hair worn up in a scruffy bun – she threw out direct eye contact for a captivating finish.
A caption from Noah 100% acknowledged being in quarantine.
“welcome to quarantine manor, home of madame cyrus. you are not welcome in at this time. please try again later. goodnight ??,” she wrote.
The update proved a hit, racking up over 134,000 likes in four hours, also bringing in a major celebrity face. “Sorry Not Sorry” singer Demi Lovato dropped by:
“This is so siiickkkk,” the 27-year-old wrote.
As to the fans, they were all for it.
“GLORIOUS!” one wrote.
“Damn,” another added.
This wouldn’t be the first quarantine moment from the singer – just recently, Noah stunned in a braless crop top while posing lakeside.
Noah has been making headlines this past week for releasing her latest “I GOT SO HIGH THAT I SAW JESUS” track. Rocky as the timing might be for releasing new music right now, the star’s single has so far proven popular – definitely a hit has been the horseback riding music video showing Noah finding inner peace amid green grass and, for the single cover, posing in a river.
The above photo did, however, come tinged with sadness as Noah honored her 2016-passed horse Constantine.
The run-up to Noah’s music release saw her profiled by Evening Standard. Noah spoke openly of the mental health battles she’s so adored for being candid about – she also mentioned “coming to terms” with both her depression and anxiety.
“The biggest question was: am I strong enough to do it? Because the public judgment does hurt me so much and I really wish it didn’t. I’d ask for everyone to be kind-hearted,” she stated, adding:
“You don’t have to like my music, but don’t tell me to drink bleach in my comments. So I didn’t know if I was gonna be capable of doing this, but I am — barely.”
Noah has 5.6 million Instagram followers.