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Miley Cyrus to show raunchier cut of new video

Miley Cyrus to show raunchier cut of new video

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Miley Cyrus is planning to release an even raunchier version of her controversial promo for “We Can’t Stop” to celebrate 100 million views online.

The former child star hit headlines earlier this week when it emerged TV bosses in the U.K. have censored the video as it is too graphic for family viewing.

It features Cyrus wearing a see-through shirt and gyrating against fellow partygoers while making sexual gestures, and producers at MTV edited the clip over fears the singer is shown simulating oral sex.

Now the former Hannah Montana actress is planning to show fans an even saucier version of the promo as soon as it racks up 100 million views on the web.

She tells U.K. TV show Daybreak, “When we get to a hundred million we are going to try to put out a special edition. I don’t know if you have seen the video but it’s pretty crazy, so an even crazier version of the director’s cut (will be released) as soon as we get to a hundred million.”

The star also took to Twitter to confirm the move, writing, “Director’s cut is done. Ready to drop it once we got to 100 mill (sic)!… Get (the promo) up to 100 million by August and well (sic) have broken a new record! Smilers (fans) y’all are busy!”

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