Miley Cyrus Turns Herself into a Bearded Man to Go ‘Undercover’ to Meet Drag Queens
Bearded Miley Cyrus goes undercover to meet the new batch of queens in a teaser from the kickoff episode of "RuPaul's Drag Race".
Ahead of the season 11 premiere of the hit television series, the 26-year-old singer-songwriter took to Instagram to share a sneak peek.
FULL DRAG KING TRANSFORMATION
In the video, Miley can be seen disguising with a fake beard, glasses, and an outfit similar to any other production assistant to go undercover to meet the queens.
"I am the guest judge on this week's panel, but first, I wanted to go undercover with the ladies," Miley explained. "So I'm going in as a crew member. They're never gonna know what hit 'em."
In the caption of her video, the "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" singer wrote: "You heard me. If you ain't tucked , you ain't apart of the f***in party!"
The season 11 premiere of "RuPaul's Drag Race" debuted on February 28 and Miley was the first of many A-list guests.
Other celebrities set to appear on the latest season are Cara Delevigne, Troye Sivan, Tiffany Pollard, Lena Waithe and many more.
"I really do feel kind of just gender neutral, so I hate to just get on this, like, kind of feminist rant because I'm also a humanitarian."
A HUGE FAN
Although it was Miley's first time on Drag Race, she has been a big fan for years.
In 2015, she attended the season seven finale, and she also enlisted several series favorites for her performance at the MTV Video Music Awards later that year.
ESCHEWING GENDER STEREOTYPES
In an interview with The Sun last year, Miley described herself as "gender-neutral."
"I really do feel kind of just gender neutral, so I hate to just get on this, like, kind of feminist rant because I'm also a humanitarian," she said.
She added: "I'd rather focus on human rights and men also feeling super comfortable with themselves, just everyone feeling comfortable."
Miley had a generally wholesome public persona in the early years of her showbiz career. She shot to stardom with her “Hanna Montana” sitcom.