Miley Cyrus bared her breasts in tribute to Joan Jett as she inducted the singer into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The "Wrecking Ball" hitmaker arrived at the prestigious ceremony in Cleveland, Ohio, last Saturday night, April 18, wearing revealing black dungarees and pink heart shaped nipple covers adorned with the legendary singer's initials to welcome her band Joan Jett & the Blackhearts into the club.
Miley, who also sported unshaved armpits, gushed over Joan as she took to the stage and recalled an encounter between herself and the 56-year-old star.
She said: "We were in her bathroom, and we were smoking and just talking, and this was one of the moments in my life where I wanted to be as present and absorb everything that she said to me.
"I listened to her talk about her days with the Runaways. She talked about music... I was getting to have this moment with someone that, to me, is superwoman. What superwoman really should be."
Miley, 22, also took to her Instagram account before the event where she posted a photograph of herself in the controversial attire, which she captioned: "Joan's cheerleader."
The singer also performed at the 30th annual induction ceremony where Beatles drummer Ringo Starr become the last member of the iconic group to be welcomed into the club.
His former bandmate Paul McCartney, 72, was given the "great honor" of inducting the star whom he later performed with alongside Green Day at the bash.
Paul said as he welcomed Ringo—whose real name is Richard Starkey —onto the stage: "You don't have to look with Ringo. He's there.
"It's a great honor for me to 'induce' him... oh, induct him into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame here in Cleveland tonight."
Also honored during the ceremony was the late singer Lou Reed, Green Day, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Bill Withers, guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, and The "5" Royales.