Miley Cyrus is stripping down for charity.
The twerktastic songbird took to Twitter Thursday night to reveal her latest collaboration with Marc Jacobs International for the "Protect the Skin You're In" campaign, for which she posed completely nude to raise money for the New York University Skin Cancer Institute.
The "We Can't Stop" singer is completely naked on the charity-benefiting T-shirts, barely covering her ladyparts as she proudly bares her bangin' bod and rocks her famous edgy hairstyle.
And based off her Twitter feed, Miley is clearly excited about the collabo with the famed fashion designer.
"Who's gettin my #protecttheskinyourein Tee from @MarcJacobsIntl ❤❤❤," the sassy songtress posted last night before adding, "Check out my @MarcJacobsIntl #ProtectTheSkinYoureIn tee❤❤❤We gonna save alot of lives #marcfam."
She also retweeted a post from the @MarcJacobsIntl Twitter handle, which thanked Cyrus for her charity efforts, "@Miley Cyrus we love it, thanks so much for getting naked for charity! @NYULMC have you seen this?!?"
While the nude pic is sure to raise some eyebrows, Cyrus is certainly not the first to strip down for the "Protect The Skin You're In" campaign.
As of today, the T-shirts are available at nine Marc Jacobs boutiques including stores in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Boston and Savannah, Ga. European Marc Jacobs' stores will begin selling the shirts next month (as Miles kindly noted on her Twitter).
Proceeds from the $35 tees benefit the NYU Cancer Institute and NYU Langone Medical Center.
Jacobs runs the charity project with business pal Robert Duffy, who spoke with Women's Wear Daily about the campaign, calling Cyrus a "friend of mine for a while" who is "a lot of fun to be with."
"She is talented in many mediums from music to film," he added. "She really has a very good, solid head on her shoulders. I adore her."
In addition to her charity work, Miley has been making waves in the music world with her latest single (and mind-blowing music video) "We Can't Stop."
She recently traveled to Germany to promote her upcoming album, which she's been continually teasing on Twitter as she urges fans to help her reach the 13 million followers mark.
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