Miley Cyrus Shows Off Toned Abs in Burnt Orange Bikini on IG

The two-time Grammy Award nominee will release her new album in early March.
Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus.

Miley Cyrus is gearing up to release her new studio album, Endless Summer Vacation, on March 10. In the meantime, she’s doing some self-promotion in the form of bikini pics on Instagram.

The “Midnight Sky” singer shared a photo of herself to the platform on Feb. 20 that put her fit figure on display. Cyrus knelt on a blue carpeted floor in a burnt orange bikini set, including a strapless top and bottoms with ring detailing on one side. She stretched her tattooed arms to the side and twisted her body as she posed for the camera.

“I’m driving around town in a beat up old mercedes, you think I’m crazy. You might be right. #EndlessSummerVacation #March10,” the 30-year-old singer-actress wrote in her caption.

Cyrus’s post racked up 1.6 million likes in less than 24 hours. While several of her fans dropped Cyrus-related GIFs in the comments section, others added more verbose feedback.

“Miley do the Super Bowl next 🔥🔥🔥,” suggested one follower.

“drop the track list,” pleaded another.

The former Hannah Montana star followed up with an additional post rocking the same swimwear set the next day. This time, Cyrus stood against an identical wooden backdrop with one hand in her blonde hair as she peered into the lens.

Cyrus released “Flowers,” the first single off her forthcoming album, in mid-January. The track continues to skyrocket up the charts, which the star called out in her post while offering gratitude to her fans. 

“Flowers is #1 @ Pop Radio for the first time & #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 again for the 5th Week in a row!” she wrote. “THANK YOU & I LOVE YOU! ❤️.”

“glowing in all the ways,” wrote singer-songwriter Fletcher.

“Yesss baby!!!” added tan artist Isabel Alysa. “This glow😍😍.”

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