Miley Cyrus boasts that she ‘flashes boobies’ to help Cody Simpson sing

Miley Cyrus has boasted on how she helps boyfriend Cody Simpson record music in the studio.

The confident star, told on Instagram how she flashing her boobs at the Australian hunk to inspire him.

Miley's admission came after Cody took to social media to share pictures of him in the studio with the caption, "I love my job" – and it turns out there is a good reason why he enjoys making music.

Miley soon rushed to the comments section to reveal how she has been encouraging him to perform.

The Wrecking Ball hitmaker wrote: "Where's the screen shot of me flashing my boobies while u record. Tip: smiling when you sing helps pitch by brightening the sound! You're welcome for all the above!"

After breaking from Liam Hemsworth after just eight months of marriage, Miley then embarked on a passionate affair with The Hills star Kaitlynn Carter and when that fizzled out got with Cody.


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Last week Miley, who will soon be on the road soon to do the World Tour Bushfire Relief charity concert in Australia, stripped down to bra and thong before giving Cody Simpson a DIY haircut.

The Australian singer took to Instagram with eye-popping pictures of himself posing shirtless while lingerie-clad Miley gets sexual.


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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.

At the start of the month, Miley finalised her divorce with Aussie actor Liam.

The divorce was finalised five months after the couple split and Liam filed the documents.

Miley, 27 and Liam, 30, had enjoyed and on and off relationship for a decade before deciding to tie the knot in December 2018.

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