Miley Cyrus Wears Nothing but Lingerie and Tights in Daring Photos to Promote Her New Album

Miley Cyrus adorned a barely-there outfit in promotional black and white photos for her upcoming album. She also debuted a couple of provocative videos clips.

The actress and singer held nothing back as she shocked fans with a lingerie-style ensemble that showed off most of her toned stomach and chest. 

Cyrus, 26, posted two photos and two video clips on Thursday. They all featured the same caption, "She Is Coming," the name of her album which dropped on Thursday night. 

In the first shot, Cyrus leaned seductively over. A black Gucci bra displays much of her chest. The second shot shows more of the daring ensemble. 

With the camera pointing up from below, Cyrus is seen in sheer tights and black underwear. Her back is arched as she holds on to both of her thighs. A number of bracelets and rings adorn her hands. 

The two video clips feature Cyrus in a black dress and the same lingerie outfit as the photographs. They're previews from one of the tracks on her new album. 

According to Fox News, the album contains only six songs and includes collaborative works that feature Ru Paul, Swae Lee, and Ghostface Killah. In addition to the sexy outfit, Cyrus posted sensual videos of her eating fruits earlier this week. 

Last weekend, she sang three new songs at the Big Weekend hosted by BBC Radio in the UK. Some names like "Catitude," "Dream," and "Mother's Daughter" were also spotted underneath Cyrus' recent Instagram pictures.

The "I Adore You" singer also sang a throwback from 2013, "We Can't Stop." Charli XCX helped her with the performance which featured Cyrus again wearing a black ensemble.

Cyrus is known for her bold looks and shameless nature. Back in January, she shared more of her naughty side in lingerie photos themed around Easter. 

Some were innocent, but there were others of Cyrus wearing a see-through dress getting spanked by the Easter bunny and appearing not to have any bra on. Vijat Mohindra was the photographer while Bradly Kenneth helped in the set design.