Editor-in-Chief: Sonya LaRae Senior Editor: Leah Leslie Article By: Sonya LaRae Photographs Provided: V-Mag LaPazions V-Magazine is back and pressing the envelope with another celebrity shoot and this time it’s none other than Miley Cyrus (Hannah Montana has left the building). You know we brought you the Kate Moss and Rihanna V-Magazine cover a few months ago and you know how racy and steamy that was; well let’s just say Miley is serving up sex appeal and looks very comfortable in this shoot. She’s sporting undies, showing boobs and butt and not leaving much to anyone’s imagination. This shoot is very edgy and we love the color that was added to Miley’s hair but, was it really necessary to pull her boy undies up so that more of her inner thigh and crotch would be reviled? These two photos (above) are more of the innocent looks: We also was surprised to see how many tattoos Miley has and even some of the areas in which she has them was very revealing. You can see that Miley is all grown up and living her life the way that she sees fit and no boundaries are set:Question do you think this is an expression of art or do you feel that this magazine is pushing the envelop to pornography? Is V-Magazine trying to become the new Playboy? Either way you go this photo shoot was steamy and we certainly are getting to see some celebrities in a very different light. Be apart of the Hottest Spot on the Internet!
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