Miley Cyrus wears Mickey Mouse tee to tease ‘Used to Be Young’
This former Disney sweetheart is reclaiming her iconic mouse ears. Miley Cyrus paid tribute to her Disney days by donning a Mickey Mouse shirt as a teaser for her upcoming single, “Used To Be Young,” on Spotify. A popular Twitter account, Pop Base, shared the enigmatic image on Wednesday, highlighting that the 30-year-old “Can’t Be Tamed” singer was wearing a deconstructed white T-shirt with a vibrant picture of Mickey Mouse on top of a red sequined bustier. This unique top is part of a collaboration between Disney, Tommy Hilfiger, various artists, and other Disney-related characters, with the proceeds going to the Make a Wish Foundation. Maison Margiela generously donated Miley’s one-of-a-kind shirt as part of their “recicla” line, known for experimenting with unconventional materials and deconstructed looks. Originally from the 1980s, the shirt was repurposed by the atelier at Maison Margiela. Miley Cyrus is currently promoting her forthcoming single through posters displayed all over Los Angeles. It seems that fans discovered the photo on her Spotify profile, so whenever listeners play her songs on their phones, they will see the outline of the pop star in the Disney tee. This look has sparked speculation about the content of her new music. One fan account playfully wondered, “oh she has some things to say! mickey better hide.” Another fan speculated, “The song must be very emotional and personal.” Miley rose to fame through her role on the hit Disney show “Hannah Montana” from 2006 to 2011. Fans are curious about the message behind the Disney top in her new Spotify photo. For more updates on TheFantasyTimes Style… It appears that Miley Cyrus, who captivated audiences on the immensely popular Disney Channel show “Hannah Montana” from 2006 to 2011, is preparing to revisit her past in multiple ways. On Wednesday, the actress tweeted, “I know I used to be crazy. I know I used to be fun. You say I used to be wild. I say I used to be young,” possibly hinting at lyrics from her new song. Fans eagerly await the release of her new music, joking about the downfall of Disney. Photos emerged on Tuesday of Cyrus promoting her single with bold posters all over Los Angeles. She was seen wearing a latex cone bra and matching hot pants in black and white, which eagle-eyed fans compared to her infamous outfit from the 2013 VMAs. During that memorable performance, the “Flowers” singer wore a similar set underneath a teddy bear costume while performing “We Can’t Stop” and “Blurred Lines” with Robin Thicke. Miley Cyrus is truly embracing her past in more ways than one.
This former Disney darling is taking back her mouse ears.
Miley Cyrus threw it back to her Disney days by wearing a Mickey Mouse shirt to tease her forthcoming single, “Used To Be Young,” on Spotify.
Popular account Pop Base shared the mysterious image on Twitter Wednesday, pointing out that the “Can’t Be Tamed” singer, 30, is wearing a deconstructed white T-shirt with a colorful picture of Mickey Mouse on top of a red sequined bustier.
The top is part of a collaboration between Disney and designers like Tommy Hilfiger, artist and other House of Mouse-adjacent characters, with proceeds benefiting the Make a Wish Foundation.
Miley’s one-of-a-kind shirt was actually donated by Maison Margiela as part of it’s “recicla” line that favors experimenting with unconventional material and deconstructing looks. It was originally found in Los Angeles in the 1980s and was repurposed by the Maison Margiela atelier.
It appears the photo was pulled from her Spotify profile by fans, so when listeners tune into her songs on their phones they’ll see the outline of the pop star in the Disney tee — and the look is sparking speculation about what her new music may contain.
One fan account mused, “oh she has some things to say! mickey better hide.”
Another fan guessed, “The song must be very emotional and personal.”
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Indeed it appears that Ms. Cyrus — who starred in “Hannah Montana” on the wildly popular Disney Channel from 2006 until 2011 — may be gearing up to delve into her past in more ways than one.
“I know I used to be crazy. I know I used to be fun. You say I used to be wild. I say I used to be young,” the actress tweeted on Wednesday, apparently revealing lyrics to her new song.
On Tuesday, photos surfaced of Cyrus promoting her single while rocking a latex cone bra and matching hot pants in black and white posters all over Los Angeles — which eagle-eyed fans compared to her infamous 2013 VMA performance outfit.
The memorable moment saw the “Flowers” singer wearing a similar set underneath a teddy bear costume during her “We Can’t Stop” and “Blurred Lines” performance, where she was joined by Robin Thicke.
Miley is throwing it back in more ways than one.