Miley Cyrus’ ‘Wrecking Ball’ Director’s Cut video has dropped, and has left many people disappointed.
The starlet told fans that once the original video got to 150 million views on YouTube she’d release the Director’s Cut of the clip, with many speculating that it would feature the full frontal nudity that’s hinted at in the original.
In reality, the director’s cut is shot in one take, showing Miley’s crying face for almost the full duration of the song.
There is a short behind the scenes section as well, showing Director Terry Richardson in frame, and Miley Cyrus jumping around with her tongue out.
We don’t want to be perves, but naked Miley Cyrus would have been more interesting. We suppose she wanted to show off her vulnerable side with the close up, and people will still watch all hoping something scandalous happens.
Check out Miley’s ‘Wrecking Ball’ director’s cut below! We've put the original underneath so you can compare.
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