Miley Cyrus, 17, rocks a $25,000 silver-scale corset and dress made from 2,400 metal pieces and peacock feathers in her new music video for "Can't Be Tamed," which premieres at 7 p.m. ET on E! (The song is off her album of the same name, which hits stores June 22.)
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The corset was designed by The Blonds and debuted in their fall 2010 fashion show.
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In the provocative video, Cyrus -- who was criticized for dancing on a stripper pole at the August 2009 Teen Choice Awards, and posing nearly topless in Vanity Fair the year before -- also shows off her gams in hot pants while surrounded by scantily-clad dancers in a cage. In another scene, she wears a low-cut leotard with thigh-high boots and feathers.
Cyrus is turning to a 10-year-old designer, Cecilia Cassini, for "perfect party dresses," in real life, though.
Cassini is creating a "short and fun" fitted sequin tunic dress with an open back just for the singer. It retails for $168.