Noah Cyrus looked breath-taking for her Friday Instagram share. The 20-year-old sister to superstar singer Miley Cyrus is a regular headline-maker on the skimpy outfits front – with her new single “I Got So High That I Saw Jesus” making waves, though, Noah has been fronting media outlets for her musical talents.
Noah updated her Instagram earlier today. The double set of photos showed a vulnerable edge, they definitely flaunted Noah’s stunning figure, and they racked up over 167,000 likes in 60 minutes.
Noah’s photo (seen below) showed her solo and seated on a black marble ledge backing a roaring fire framed by old stone. The “July” singer was knocking the camera dead, seen delivering a direct gaze as she sat in super-skimpy, feminine, and sexy black lingerie – a high-waisted finish to lacy briefs showed off Noah’s hips and flat stomach, with a spaghetti-strap bralette flaunting the star’s cleavage.
Noah’s tattoos were on show as she wore simple gold jewelry, with smokey eye makeup accentuating her stunning facial features.
A caption from Noah explored the concept of loneliness, likely also referring to the COVID-19 pandemic – they also appeared to center around the star’s 2019-released “Lonely” single.
“Sometimes I Get Lonely. Not When Im Alone.. But Its More When Im Standin In Crowds That Im Feelin The Most On My Own,” she wrote.
Noah then swooped into the comments section to write: “RIP Mac. We miss u so much right now.”
Fans did ask if the singer was referring to rapper and ex to Ariana Grande, Mac Miller. Others seemed to know what she was on about.
Noah has made headlines this week for opening up on her sibling status to 27-year-old singer and former “Hannah Montana” star Miley.
“Somebody not even coming up to you and calling you by your name?” the youngest Cyrus said. “That’s going to really f— you up as a kid, make you feel like you don’t f—ing even matter to the population — for them to not even know your name,” she told E! News.
Noah is, however, very much recognized as a standalone artist, with “I Got So High That I Saw Jesus” receiving its own Rolling Stone feature – a “spiritual awakening” was the magazine’s take on the record.
“There’s no mercy from people who see you only as public. I would say what bothers me the most is that people think that they can just say whatever the f–k they want, and it doesn’t really have a consequence to it or it doesn’t affect anything ‘cause it’s said over the internet,” Noah continued.
Alongside her reputation as a mental health warrior – for which fans seem hugely grateful – Noah does also come with a racier side. Shirt-lifting and lingerie updates are frequent from this star. She also announced “clearly” not changing in 2020 as she threw out the middle finger.