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The edgy star isn’t afraid to show some skin — and that’s exactly what she did during her VH1 Divas performance last night, in a punk-rock get-up! What do you think of her interesting stage style? VOTE on whether you loved or loathed Miley’s get-up right here!
Miley Cyrus definitely has a distinct sense of style, often pushing the envelope in a slew of revealing get-ups. While she walked the red carpet for the 2012 VH1 Divas event in California on Dec. 16, the star looked sophisticated and chic in a long-sleeved, cutout Omo by Norma Kamali dress — but it wasn’t long before she swapped her frock for something way more revealing!

Her Punk Rock Performance Outfit:
Miley ditched her dress before taking the stage, where she flaunted her toned tummy in an unforgettable costume. For her performance of Billy Idol‘s “Rebel Yell” the 20-year-old channeled the infamous punk rocker, donning a studded leather crop top and leather pants. From her short, bleach-blonde ‘do to her interesting get-up, she clearly was channeling the performer. Thanks to her spiked, padded shoulders and the belly chain, the punk style had a very bondage vibe — and the star grabbed her crotch multiple times throughout the performance, while flames blazed behind her while she rocked out at the Shrine Auditorium.

Miley isn’t afraid to push the envelope, and that’s clearly what she set out to do last night when she channeled Billy Idol in her punk-rock ensemble. Adding her signature sexy edge to the outfit, Miley rocked out with her figure on full display — and she seemed to feel so confident and cool on stage!

Watch Miley’s performance below and tell us what you think of Miley’s interesting costume. Did she totally pull off the punk rock look or are you so over seeing Miley in such edgy outfits? Is it time she stuck to something more demure or do you love her over-the-top looks on stage?

Did you like Miley Cyrus’ VH1 Divas punk rock performance outfit? Vote here.

Source: http://hollywoodlife.com

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