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Miley Cyrus is dipping her tongue into the rapping game once again.

After showing off her skills alongside Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa on "23," the 20-year old is now featured on French Montana's "Ain't Worried About Nothin" remix, rapping about how, well, she ain't worried about nothin.

Cyrus name drops Molly in her verse and says she's been "acting like a little southern girl," but is now "twerking like I grew up in Atlanta," while mostly repeating the refrain over and over.

Listen below and answer a question we never thought we'd ask: Who's a better rapper, Miley Cyrus or Sandra Bullock?

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Miley Cyrus stopped feuding with Sinead O'Connor for a few moments last night, put on some clothing and sang a pretty cool version of "We Can't Stop" alongside The Roots.

Indeed, the singer was a guest on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

She first talked about her SNL hosting experience over the weekend (saying she enjoyed the “opportunity to show people that I don’t just twerk and lick stuff") and then Miley sang a unique rendition of her recent hit.

It included the talk show's house band, featured Fallon and nary any background music and depicted Miley and company as The Brady Bunch. Watch here:

As for that rivalry with O'Connor, who just penned a fourth letter to Cyrus and again demanded an apology from the 20-year old? We don't see it ending in a big embrace.

Asked during an album autograph signing in New York City yesterday if the two artists will ever make up, Miley responded: "I don't know. Are we supposed to kiss?"

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We are just days away from the official release of "Bangerz."

But while Miley Cyrus fans will have a chance to purchase this wildly anticipated album on October 8, many of the nation's finest music critics have already given it a listen. And what do they think?

It's not terrible! It may not win any Grammys, either, but here's a rundown of what many industry experts have been saying about the "Wrecking Ball" crooner's latest effort:

Ian Drew (US Weekly) gives "Bangerz" four out of four stars and gushes over it as "titillating pop explosion."

He compliments the "freaktastic tidal wave" of her Britney Spears duet and adds that the CD "packs kiss-off anthems that point to her union with ex Liam Hemsworth."

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It's Miley and Britney, bitch.

Two of this generations biggest superstars have teamed up for a track off Miley Cyrus' new album, with the audio for "SMS (Bangerz)" hitting the Internet this week.

Does the fast-paced track make you more likely to purchase Miley's album when it comes out on October 8? Listen now and decide:

Cyrus, of course, has been everywhere possible in promotion of "Bangerz."

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The countdown is on.

While Miley Cyrus has been making headlines over the past couple weeks for riding around on a wrecking ball naked… gushing over weed… and comparing coverage of her antics to the tragedy of Trayvon Martin, next week she'll make news for something far more basic:

Her music.

Yes, the album "Bangerz" will be be available on October 8, with Cyrus Tweeting about its release over the weekend with: “YOU THINK IM STRANGE B*TCH?! THIS SHIT BANANAS LIKE A FU*KIN ORANGUTAN."

Well, sure. Okay then! Click Play on the following video for a 30-second tease of every single on the CD:

And then scroll down for the complete track listing, which includes collaborations with Ludacris, French Montana and Britney Spears.

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Miley Cyrus is facing her share of criticism these days.

But if imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then no artist alive is more beloved than this controversial 20-year-old who never ceases to push the envelope.

Since its release just a few weeks ago, Miley Cyrus' video for "Wrecking Ball" has been covered and parodied, mocked and admired around the clock

From a girl named Rumer to a hedgehog named Regina, watch the following videos for the finest and the funniest versions of Cyrus' global sensation:

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Miley Cyrus has released the director's cut of her "Wrecking Ball" music video.

How does it differ from the original?

Well... there's no swinging wrecking ball. There is no sledgehammer licking. There's no sighting of Miley Cyrus naked anywhere to be found.

The video simply consists of one long close-up of the artist, emotion growing, tears flowing, ballad belted out. It's almost beautiful and it definitely raises the question of why Miley didn't simply release this version from the beginning. Watch now:

Cyrus also stars in the new video for 23. Check it out now and compare the two.

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Miley Cyrus goes back to school in her latest music video, which is apt:

She's been teaching all artists how to make headlines for weeks now.

Featured along with Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa, the 20-year old parades around a girls' bathroom in the video for "23," donning vintage Michael Jordan jerseys, smoking cigarettes and putting up some graffiti.

The song was produced by Mike WiLL Made It, who is not featured below but who is reportedly featured these days in Miley's bed. Yes, insiders confirm they are hooking up!

What do you think of Miley's latest antics? Sound off on them now as you also check out Miley topless for Rolling Stone.

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Miley Cyrus took to the stage today for the first time since her split with Liam Hemsworth.

And it showed. Possibly.

Following a Twerking-filled rendition of "We Can't Stop" (which included dancing mushrooms) at the iHeartRadio Music Festival, Cyrus grew teary-eyed during a live performance of "Wrecking Ball," breaking down at one point during the emotional ballad.

Due to her breakup with Liam? Because he has moved on with Eiza Gonzalez? Simply because that's what the song calls for?

Watch now and decide for yourself:

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Miley Cyrus doesn't have time to worry about Liam Hemsworth or Eiza Gonzalez.

The singer is too busy celebrating her first-ever number-one hit!

Yes, despite (or perhaps due to) the controversy surrounding "Wrecking Ball," this song is a swinging success for Cyrus. It has overtaken Katy Perry's "Roar" at the top of the Billboard Hot 100, leaping 21 spots from its debut a week ago.

Miley Cyrus Holds Sledgehammer

Miley's previous biggest tracks - 2009's "Party in the U.S.A." and 2013's "We Can't Stop" - couldn't make it past number-two on the same chart.

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Miley Cyrus Biography

Miley Cyrus Hair Miley Cyrus has evolved tremendously over the years. Initially known for portraying Hannah Montana, the singer/actress made an effort to... More »
Franklin, Tennessee
Full Name
Destiny Hope Cyrus

Miley Cyrus Quotes

Thank you guys for all your support. Without you, none of this would be possible. I love every one of you and I could not be more appreciative. God bless you.

Miley Cyrus [at a concert, soon after photo scandal broke]

I have let myself down. I will learn from my mistakes and trust my support team. My family and my faith will guide me through my life's journey.

Miley Cyrus [on lewd photos]
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