Pop singer Miley Cyrus premiered the music video for her single "Wrecking Ball" on Monday. This time around, she teamed up with controversial photographer Terry Richardson. He filmed Cyrus swinging around on an actual wrecking ball while breaking down walls.
"Wrecking Ball" is the second single from Cyrus' new album "Bangerz." It follows her woozy club hit "We Can't Stop." The synth-pop ballad saw Cyrus work with hit-making producer Dr. Luke again. She gets emotional on the plucky number, reflecting on a loving relationship that sadly went sour.
Cyrus brings that emotion to the "Wrecking Ball" music video, breaking down in front of the camera as she sings the heartbreaking track. When Miley isn't in a close-up shot, the 20-year-old singer can be seen breaking down walls with an actual wrecking ball. Sometimes she is clothed on the monster ball and other times she is stark naked. There is no twerking this time, but she still manages to create a controversial video without those raunchy dance moves.
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