Miley Cyrus certainly cannot stop—showing off her amazing figure, that is.
The former Disney star arrived at her New York City hotel earlier today while she's in town to promote her upcoming album and current hit single, "We Can't Stop."
Cyrus drew attention in her revealing getup which flaunted her washboard abs and extremely toned arms.
The 20-year-old stepped out of her chauffeured car wearing a black sports bra top and black and white harem pants.
She made sure to accessorize her casual ensemble with layers of gold necklaces and bracelets.
But the two most eye-popping additions to Cyrus' outfit du jour were her wacky sandals and sunglasses.
The former Hannah Montana star sashayed on the city's busy streets in furry (and glittery) Celine sandals. She also wore a pair of over $500 Thierry Lasry cat eye sunglasses.
The famous eyewear company actually dubbed the lenses the "Slutty" model. (Their word choice, not ours!)
Cyrus was in the Big Apple to perform her slowed-down party anthem on Good Morning America.
She was joined onstage by will.i.am to sing their duet "Fall Down."
And the over-the-top outfits just kept coming…
The singer wore a pair of thigh-high Christian Louboutin black boots, furry white booty shorts and a black crop top that said "I [heart] NY."
There's no denying that she's proud to show off her gorgeous figure and leave only a little to the imagination.
Cyrus has also landed in the headlines earlier this week due to some tweeting she did on Twitter.
She originally tweeted, "@billyraycyrus since you won't reply to my texts I'll give you an hour tell the truth or I'll tell it for you," and included a photo of herself posing next to a woman.
Cyrus later deleted the message and hinted that her social media was attacked by tweeting, "Wtf? My twitter was just actin all types of cray!"
Just last week, E! News confirmed that Billy Ray Cyrus filed for divorce from wife Tish after more than 19 years of marriage.
"This is a personal matter and we are doing what is in the best interest of our family," Cyrus said in a statement. "We ask that you respect our privacy at this time."
The news came two-and-a-half years after the "Achy Breaky Heart" singer first filed for divorce. He withdrew his first petition in March 2011 after an apparent reconciliation.