Miley Cyrus once again attempted to expose as much of body as possible at the iHeartRadio Music Festival – wearing black pasties and a matching thong under a white mesh minidress with white fur “gorilla sleeves.”

Cyrus, 20, has been shredding the line on decency for months, shedding every last layer of her good girl image – and attire. When she took to the stage at iHeartRadio in the risqué ensemble, Cyrus reprised many of her moves from her controversial MTV Music Video Awards Performance. She grabbed herself, slapped some butts and wagged her tongue in between lyrics.

For her first set, Cyrus rocked an only slightly more modest getup of a white crop top paired with matching hot pants. The former Hannah Montana star, who recently confirmed a split with fiancé actor Liam Hemsworth, became emotional during the otherwise upbeat set when it came time to sing her new ballad “Wrecking Ball.”

Cyrus, who has over a dozen tattoos, has one from a Teddy Roosevelt speech that she recently discussed in an interview with Rolling Stone. “So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat,” it reads. "It's about how people judge who wins and who loses, but they're not the ones in there fighting," explained Miley, adding, "It's about critics."

Cyrus clearly doesn’t care what her critics think, and plans to push the envelope with everything from style to the subject matter of her songs as far as she chooses to dare. When Bangerz – her fourth studio album – comes out Oct. 4 she’ll get to see if all daring off paid off both artistically and commercially.

– Chelsea Regan

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