Miley Cyrus is currently planning on a nude concert together with the band, The Flaming Lips. The band’s vocalist Wayne Coyne made the announcement on his Instagram Tuesday.

Together with a naked split-photo of the band and Cyrus, Coyne wrote on Instagram, “Oh f—k!!!! @mileycyrus is planning a show where her, the band (us), and the audience are all COMPLETELY naked with milk (well white stuff that looks like milk) is being spewed everywhere…It’s a video (in the works) for #mileycyrusandherdeadpetz song The Milky Milky Milk...,” E!Online reported.

Details on when the show will take place hasn’t been out yet, but the controversial pop singer announced earlier this month on The Tonight Show that she will be going on a tour with The Flaming Lips, in support of her absolutely free album, Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz. It was during the MTV Video Music Awards in August when the program’s host, Cyrus, revealed that her album will be completely free to stream online.

It’s no longer a surprise that Cyrus will be stripping down as she always does, but having a completely nude concert is something that will surely top the headlines.

This isn’t also the first time that Cyrus and Coyne will be collaborating on a project together. They have worked together on the NSFW "Superfreak" music video. They also have their initial collaboration of a cover of The Beatles’ “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” from The Flaming Lips’ Sgt. Pepper’s tribute album, “With a Little Help from My Fwends,” noted by Rolling Stone. They also share the same tattoo, in honor of Cyrus’ late dog, Floyd.

Asked about Cyrus’ relationship with Coyne, she said that people can’t define them. Cyrus added, “I am 100 percent in love with Wayne, and Wayne is in love with me, but it’s nothing sexual in any way. That would be the grossest.”

The naked concert will likely happen during The Flaming Lips’ and Cyrus’ upcoming six-date club tour, which begins on Nov. 19 in Chicago. The shows will feature Cyrus’ tracks from the Dead Petz LP, which The Flaming Lips and Coyne helped produced.