In case you haven't heard, Miley Cyrus can't be tamed.
Seriously. She's like some sort of sex-crazed peacock that people want to cage, but who wants to be part of something she doesn't know - and if you try to hold her down, she might explode.
At least that's what Miley sings in her latest single, "Can't Be Tamed." The lyrics are explicit and self-serving, while the video has stirred up controversy because it's clear Cyrus has left her Hannah Montana persona behind. Way, way behind.
Comparatively, the album cover for this June 22 release is actually quite tame, and laughable. Miley looks like she's trying WAY too hard to appear seductive, doesn't she?
Purse those lips and grab that belt buckle, Miley! It's time to look sexy!
Compare this cover to Miley's 2008 CD, "Breakout" and it's clear the singer has come a long way. That's fine, but will her teenage fans follow her into adulthood? That remains to be seen...
Miley Cyrus has broken free from her "Breakout" image. What a difference two years makes.