It looks like Miley Cyrus is taking a page out of Kim Kardashian’s book. The 22-year-old was chosen as the cover girl for Paper magazine’s Summer 2015 issue and, much like the 34-year-old reality star, Cyrus opted to forego clothing.

On the cover, which was shot by Paola Kudacki, Cyrus posed with her beloved pet pig Bubba Sue in her arms. Inside the magazine things get a little more risque. Along with her lengthy spread, in which she discusses her passion for animal rights as well as helping the homeless, the “Wrecking Ball” singer was photographed stark naked. The former Disney star posed for the camera with just a few thin lines of neon and pastel body paint — and one highly decorated hair piece — covering her lady parts.

During her interview, Cyrus shared with Paper that she had launched a new venture, called The Happy Hippie Foundation, which aims to help young homeless and LGBT community. The organization provides at-risk young people with a network of support. She explained that she started the foundation after deciding she could no longer stand to live such a luxurious lifestyle while military veterans and others suffered. She added, “how the f--k is that fair? How am I so lucky?” 

“I can’t drive by in my f--king Porsche and not f--king do something,” she said. “I see it all day: people in their Bentleys and their Rolls and their Ubers, driving past these vets who have fought for our country, or these young women who have been raped.”

This isn’t the first time Cyrus has taken a stand for homeless youth. As you may recall, the musician made headlines in August 2014 when she brought Jesse Helt, a young homeless man, as her date to the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards. She sent Helt on stage to accept the award for video of the year, where he delivered a movie speech about the issue of homelessness in America, more specifically California. Meanwhile, Cyrus looked on from the audience crying.

The Summer 2015 issue of Paper magazine hits stands June 22.