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

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


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