Miley Cyrus


Sand, sun and summertime!

Miley Cyrus got a heaping dose of all three as she relaxed on the beach vacationing in the Bahamas.

The "We Can't Stop" singer looked as gorgeous as ever in a friend's Instagram pic wearing nary a jot of makeup.

But while she didn't have her usual glamorous face on, she made sure her manicure was on and poppin'. Noticeably absent? Why Cyrus' engagement ring from fiancé Liam Hemsworth, of course.

She's been spotted wearing the diamond sparkler on and off lately but it's understandable that she wouldn't want to get the gorgeous ring full of sand. 

The former Disney star appeared to be working on her tan and ensured she wouldn't have any unsightly tan lines by wearing a striped strapless bikini top.

Cyrus had a black baseball cap in her hands as well as her trusty cellphone while she enjoyed some much needed time off. 

And when not working on her summer glow, Cyrus was gracious enough to pose for a photo with one of her biggest fans.

"MILEY CYRUS IS IN HOPE TOWN AND I MET HER," Brittainy Trevathan tweeted on June 30 along with a photo of herself and the 20-year-old pop star.

Meanwhile, another eyewitness noted on Twitter," My dad ran into Miley Cyrus in the Bahamas......."

Of course, if there's anyone who deserves a little R&R, it's Cyrus. After all, she's been a busy lady as of late.

Just last week, the sexy songstress attended Y100's Mack-a-Palooza at the Clevelander hotel in Miami Beach, where she was caught twerking in a short black jumpsuit and snapping several different selfies.

Not to mention getting dangerously close to suffering a double nip slip at an iHeartRadio event over the weekend.

And last Wednesday, Cyrus hopped on a jet from L.A., after stopping by Jimmy Kimmel Live the night prior, to head to the Big Apple for an appearance on Good Morning America.

Now that's quite a jam-packed schedule!

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