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Here's That Non-Consensual Miley Cyrus Seventeen Cover

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Fashionista has obtained the cover image of Seventeen's May 2014 issue, which features stock images of Miley Cyrus. The reason it features stock images of Miley Cyrus and not in-house images of Miley Cyrus is because, as rumored, Miley Cyrus didn't approve of being on the magazine. She did approve of being on the cover another Hearst title, Elle, for May 2014. It fits her fashun image a little better.

Casual Googling uncovered the actual article on the probably highly reputable site Hawt Celebs. The write-around is extremely awkward. It's basically a how-to be guide based on stuff Miley has done or said. For example, "If you had asked Miley during her years as Hannah Montana if she thought she'd become the person she is today, she'd likely say no." Likely.

From inside the mag, via Hawt Celeb

Miley's totally approved Elle cover in which she wears a $13,400 Marc Jacobs jumpsuit

· See Seventeen's 'Unapproved' Miley Cyrus Cover [Fashionista]
· Tavi and Miley Cyrus Talk Feminism In Elle [Racked]