Image for Miley Cyrus ‘Wrecking Ball’ Clip Reworked As PSA About Tetanus

Miley Cyrus ‘Wrecking Ball’ Clip Reworked As PSA About Tetanus

Written by Sarah Bella on September 11, 2013

Disney-star-no-more Miley Cyrus just can’t stop, with her brand-new video for single Wrecking Ball sparking yet another round of controversy for the 20-year-old’s lack of attire, as well as breaking records for the most views in a day on Vevo.

It’s also inspired a killer parody already, with YouTube channel Stuntbear turning the clip into a public service announcement warning people of the dangers of tetanus, alongside shots of a naked Miley writhing around a filthy construction site and licking a hammer, with the note “Tetanus. It’s the ‘wrecking ball’ of diseases.”

The original Terry Richardson-directed video, which stars Miss Cyrus wearing nothing but a pair of boots mounted on top of a swinging wrecking ball, attracted over 10 million hits within the first few hours of being posted on YouTube, breaking the wreck-ord for most views in one day on Vevo.

Her album Bangerz is slated for release on Friday, 4th October.

Watch: Miley Cyrus – Wrecking Ball

Watch: Don’t Let Tetanus Wreck You: A PSA From Miley Cyrus


(Via Pedestrian.tv)

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