The year was and, yes, it did happen. The photo shoot incited a media outrage that culminated with Cyrus apologizing for disappointing her fans. Guess what? Back then, in the Vanity Fair profile accompanying the photos, Cyrus actually addressed the potential for blowback, explaining that neither she nor Disney was worried about the shoot. The tunes changed quickly, however, and both the singer and the network gave statements disparaging the magazine and positioning Cyrus as a victim of circumstance. In the years that followed, Cyrus shed her Disney image entirely and embraced her sexuality. She still seems to have a soft spot for her child star days, however, going on a throwback spree over the weekend and sharing some old photos with some very Miley captions. A picture says words Feeling myself Sooo Harpers Bazaar pic.
Ten years later, she's had a change of heart about the controversy.
By Bang Showbiz Apr 29, In the accompanying 'Vanity Fair' interview in Miley was asked if she thought posing topless aged 15 could be seen as controversial. She was quoted as saying: "No, I mean I had a big blanket on.
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Miley Cyrus has no regrets about posing nearly nude for Annie Leibovitz in On the cover, Cyrus is quoted apologizing for a photoshoot she did with Leibovitz and Vanity Fair Magazine. Cyrus was 15 years old when she posed for the photo. You can see the section from Cyrus' Vanity Fair feature below, where the photo by Leibovitz appeared. The interviewer, Bruce Handy, asked Cyrus if this pose made her "anxious. And I thought, this looks pretty, and really natural. I think it's artsy.