Miley Cyrus is not afraid to show off her wild side -- and neither is her fiance Liam Hemsworth.
The 19-year-old Cyrus and her beau Hemsworth get a little weird in the music video for Borgore's "Decisions." The two appear in the video, which features Hemsworth dressed as a unicorn and Cyrus jumping out of a wedding cake.
"That shit was crazy," Cyrus told Rolling Stone. "He walked into his hotel room, and it was people in the weirdest clothes you've ever seen. My fiancé was dressed as a unicorn – we make out in the video, which is very funny. It's just the most random group. We walk in and we're like, 'This feels like a party,' so it's dope."
The New York Post reports that the two filmed the music video with “45 club kids” at Beacher’s Madhouse in Los Angeles. Cyrus wore “short leather shorts." She was seen “jumping out of a wedding cake" and preforming a striptease for the crew in between takes.
Hemsworth was spotted dressed as a unicorn at Beacher’s and other locations inside Hollywood's Roosevelt Hotel.
Cyrus collaborated with the Israeli dubstep producer Borgore on the track, which she shared with fans back in August.
Cyrus is hoping to be back on the music scene by next year.
"I'm thinking hopefully November for a single," she told Rolling Stone in September. "It's just whenever we feel we've got that [song] we feel really confident in being the first single. I've got songs right now I feel like could potentially be singles, [but] it's been two years that I haven't said anything, and I want that to be the right thing we say."
Cyrus tweeted that the Borgore video will debut this month.
The "Party In The U.S.A." singer and her fiance were seen in West Hollywood last week in support of Cyrus' sister Brandi, who was performing with her band Frank + Derol at the Troubadour.
Listen to the song below:
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