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Parents beware – you won't see Hannah Montana here

THERE should be a parental guidance warning attached to this former Disney princess's new tour.

Wayward pop starlet Miley Cyrus has kicked off the first show of her eye-popping tour which is en route to Ireland.

And the singer has well and truly shed her once wholesome image (inset) with twerking, gyrating and a series of skimpy costumes a big part of her latest concert.


After raising eyebrows with her antics at last year's MTV awards, the ex-teen queen has refused to tone down her act for her current Bangerz tour.

The 21-year-old kicked off her world tour in Canada and the US last week and will hit Ireland this May for a show stopping gig at Dublin's O2.

And parents should brace themselves for a storm of booty shaking, cleavage showing and car-hopping performances.

One performance sees her dancing on the roof of a car in a green, sparkling leotard that leaves little to the imagination.

Another segment sees her getting up close and personal with her backing dancers, dressed in a low cut and sequinned red number as she bends over.

Despite reports that her management has been hit with a flood of complaints from parents over her controversial behaviour, the star is determined to pull out all the stops.

Her bad publicity comes as no surprise to her dad, the country-and western singer Billy Ray Cyrus, who by this stage has become used to the hype.