Miley Cyrus laughs off awkward nip slip and fake tan fail by posting honest pic

Miley Cyrus has laughed off the moment she accidentally revealed a little too much at London Fashion Week.

The 27-year-old had an embarrassing nip slip while leaving a runway show after her skimpy top rode up.

The star showed off her incredible toned figure as she strutted her stuff, suffering from the infamous 'fake tan gloves' as her hands were whiter than her body.

Never taking herself too seriously, Miley posted a photo of the blunder on her Instagram, predicting it would be deleted shortly.


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"Swipe right . But hurry. Instagram will definitely be removing this post soon," she joked.

Her delighted fans swooned over the photo, with one writing: "THIS IS WHY I LOVE YOU. UR SO ICONIC LMAOOO".

Noticing the weather's effect, another commented: "You're just too hot for cold New York".

"u served so much today, I'm so proud of u ❤ #FeeeTheNipple," added a third.

Miley recently avoided an awkward run in with ex husband Liam Hemsworth, who finalised their divorce last month.

The ex lover were both spotted at the WME Pre-Oscars party in Los Angeles last week.

The lavish event was hosted by the William Morris Agency at a beautiful private residence in Beverly Hills.

Stars of the hit teen movie Last Song rocked up at the bash but managed to steer clear of one another.

According to the Mail Online, Miley arrived to the party quite late which heightened her chances of avoiding a run in with her ex husband.

She is now dating musician Cody Simpson and recently posed for raunchy photos in lingerie after giving her new boyfriend a haircut.

The black-and-white photos showed Cody crouch down in front of their bathroom mirror, as Miley posed in a saucy manner with a pair of scissors in hand.

Cody shared the raunchy snaps with his 3.9 million followers, writing: "You doing superbowl we doing supercuts," referring to the Super Bowl game.

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