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Miley Cyrus Turns Dishwashing Gloves Into High-Fashion Garment For WSJ Magazine




Miley Cyrus has been featured on the cover of WSJ magazine, but what makes the June 2020 issue even more interesting is that the pop star had to style herself for the photos.

The results are fabulous, as Cyrus impresses fans with a colorful wardrobe that incorporates run-of-the-mill rubber gloves. The singer also had to shoot her own portraits due to the lockdown, but she made everything look high-fashion nonetheless.

Cyrus donned a bright green leather coat paired with stylish purple dishwashing gloves on the cover.

The accompanying snaps showed her putting her signature blonde locks in a messy bun while rocking a green sequinned top that served disco vibes. The top had long sequin discs and a fringe effect, perfect for partying once the quarantine period passes over.

One photo showed the pop star in a striking blue jumpsuit paired with a pair of yellow boots and dishwashing gloves. The eye-popping gloves sure seem to shed a light on the importance of cleanliness in the current pandemic.

In the accompanying interview, Cyrus revealed that it has been difficult for her being away from her family during the quarantine. She has been FaceTiming her mother Tish Cyrus, and added that the first thing she wants to do is see her loved ones once it’s over.

“The first thing I want to do is definitely hug my mom and dad when I get the green light that it’s safe. Right now, my mom won’t get anywhere near me,” she revealed.

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Since the early days of the Covid-19 crisis, Miley Cyrus has been experimenting with a new role: talk show host.⁠ ⁠ Using her iPhone, Cyrus streamed the first episode of “Bright Minded: Live with Miley,” on March 16, three days before California went into lockdown. Her first guest was her own therapist, Dr. Daniel Amen, who talked to her about anxiety in isolation. From there, the show took off. ⁠ ⁠ After an initial three-week run, she took a week off and relaunched the show on April 13 to focus on “heroes,” including @chefjoseandres, the chef who founded the @wckitchen; Dr. Oscar L. Maitas, an internal medicine specialist who discussed working on the frontlines of the crisis; and Shirley Raines, founder of @beauty2thestreetz, an organization that provides hair coloring, makeup and mobile showers to the homeless community on L.A.’s Skid Row. ⁠ ⁠ “I want to learn, and I want to listen,” she says. “I want to just pass the microphone that usually is in my hands to someone who does not [have one].” Read more at the link in bio. (️: @derekblasberg, : @mileycyrus) ⁠ ⁠

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Where other celebrities have failed at quaran-tainment (Google “Gal Gadot” and “Blunder Woman” for an idea), Miley Cyrus has been able to carve out a niche for relatable, informative content.⁠ ⁠ Three days before California went into lockdown, the star streamed the first episode of “Bright Minded: Live with Miley,” on Instagram Live. On it she has hosted fellow Disney alums Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez, actors Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington, comedian Amy Schumer, and musicians Alicia Keys and Elton John. Then she pivoted the show to focus on “heroes,” including José Andrés, the chef who founded the World Central Kitchen; Dr. Oscar L. Maitas, an internal medicine specialist who discussed working on the frontlines of the crisis; and Shirley Raines, founder of Beauty 2 The Streetz, an organization that provides hair coloring, makeup and mobile showers to the homeless community on L.A.’s Skid Row.⁠ ⁠ “I am protective of all my guests, no matter how famous or how not. I want people to shine,” says #MileyCyrus. Read the full interview at the link in bio. (️: @derekblasberg, : @mileycyrus) ⁠

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Yes, Miley Cyrus knows who you think of when you look at her hair right now. “This was not just a random Wednesday Tiger King haircut. This was to go with the new music, but now I’m rolling through Calabasas with a Joe Exotic mullet," she says. ⁠ ⁠ "I kind of finished my record and I was ready to go to all these festivals, but it’s hard to feel appropriate releasing music at this time," @mileycyrus explains. Instead, three days before California went into lockdown, she streamed the first episode of "Bright Minded: Live with Miley" on Instagram Live. Since then, the show has taken off. Read the full interview at the link in bio. (️: @derekblasberg, : @mileycyrus) ⁠ ⁠

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“I want to learn, and I want to listen,” says @mileycyrus. “I want to just pass the microphone that usually is in my hands to someone who does not [have one].” We talked to the star about her new Instagram Live show, “Bright Minded: Live with Miley.” Read it at the link in bio. (️: @derekblasberg, : @mileycyrus) ⁠

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