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Miley Cyrus Straight-Up Stunning On Skimpiest Nature Hike In L.A.

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By Rebecca Cukier

Miley Cyrus needed nothing but a tiny Calvin Klein sports bra and booty shorts to knock the paparazzi dead yesterday. The 27-year-old singer was photographed hiking through L.A. with 23-year-old boyfriend Cody Simpson – while Miley has largely made headlines for supporting #BlackLivesMatter via a steady stream of Instagram and Twitter posts this week, backing for anti-racism movements continued away from the digital space on Thursday as the "SHE IS COMING" singer wore a "BLM" face mask during her hike. Scroll for the photos, plus Miley's stance amid the murder of 46-year-old black man George Floyd.

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Body On Show, But Mask Shouts Out Black Lives Matter

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Click here for the photos or just keep scrolling. They showed Miley sun-drenched and carefree amid L.A.'s nature trails, with the former "Hannah Montana" star going skimpy and sporty in a super-tiny and figure-flaunting look. A teeny pair of black booty shorts showing off the yoga lover's toned legs came matched with a likewise minimal sports bra from Calvin Klein – Miley also wore dark sneakers, a gray baseball cap, plus a face mask with "BLM" on it. The blonde, whose quarantine mullet has upgraded to a pixie, also appeared fully makeup-free with a shirtless Cody and the couple's dog Bo. Keep scrolling for all the photos, plus a video.

Not Backing Down Amid U.S. Protests

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Miley was also snapped in a more built-up area amid brick walls, with a profile shot showing off the singer's ultra-ripped frame. Meanwhile, relaxing photos as Miley and Cody took a break from their workout came bench-set, with video footage quickly circulating on fan accounts. The star has also been fronting media outlets for attending Los Angeles protests and posting video footage from one – "There is a lot of work to be done to end systemic racism and white supremacy in our country," she wrote on Instagram.

Fights For The Names We 'Know' And The Ones We Don't

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The murder of unarmed black man George Floyd at the hands of white former police officer Derek Chauvin – now seeing Chauvin's murder charge upped to second-degree – has sparked the commemoration of other black individuals falling victim to both racism and police brutality. Cyrus honored both the known and unknown this week, writing: “Today, the charge against the officer who killed George Floyd was raised to second-degree murder and the other three officers involved in his death were charged too," also adding:

We can’t stop fighting for justice—justice for George Floyd, for Breonna Taylor, for Tony McDade, for Ahmaud Arbrey, and the too many names we don’t know— BLACK LIVES MATTER.”

Goes Dark For #BlackOutTuesday

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Miley joined the slew of celebrities going dark for #BlackoutTuesday three days ago, with her plain black square currently sitting at over 510,000 likes. It came captioned with a mention of the singer's non-profit organization as she wrote: "A day to listen & learn.... @happyhippiefdn and I will continue posting on stories information and resources to amplify black voices and community organizations. Please do not forget that today is PRIMARY ELECTION DAY in several states! For more info visit Happy Hippies Instagram."

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