Miley Cyrus covers Rolling Stone
Miley Cyrus Rolling Stone

Miley Cyrus just can't seen to keep her clothes on. Fresh off her provocative "Blurred Lines" at the MTV Video Music Awards last month, the 20-year-old "Wrecking Ball" singer is once again making headlines for her lack of wardrobe.

During a performance at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas on Saturday, the former "Hannah Montana" Disney star seemingly accidentally flashed the audience, a wardrobe malfunction that resulted in a nip slip. E! Online obtained a censored photo of the mishap that shows the singer was sporting a tight, white, lace-up corset at the time of the incident.

Despite suffering from a wardrobe malfunction, the mishap didn't appear to affect Cyrus, who went on to perform a separate set at the festival later that night, also sporting barely-there attire. Eyewitnesses reported that the singer, who dorned black pasties and furry panties onstage, cried during her performance of "Wrecking Ball," a song rumored to be about her ex, "Hunger Games" actor Liam Hemsworth.

Following her first public appearance since her split from Hemsworth, who is her former fiance, Cyrus' cover for the upcoming issue of Rolling Stone magazine was released on Tuesday. In photos obtained by Us Weekly, Cyrus can be seen posing naked in a pool showing off her multiple tattoos, smudged makeup and her infamous tongue, all the while seductively licking her shoulder.

Despite posing nude for the cover, Cyrus claims in the interview that she doesn't try too hard to be sexual, referencing her Aug. performance of "Blurred Lines" at the MTV Video Music Awards alongside artist Robin Thicke. "I wasn't trying to be sexy," said Cyrus, who claims she will probably never "twerk" again. "If I was trying to be sexy, I could have been sexy … I can dance a lot better than I was dancing," she later added.