Miley Cyrus discovered that leather isn't always the answer today as she looked visibly uncomfortable in a tight shiny V-neck dress and stiletto heels. Miss Cyrus is currently in Berlin, promoting her latest single We Can't Stop, but obviously wasn't prepared for the city's 28 degree heat.
The 20-year-old may be the queen of edgy outfits, but her knee-length leather bodycon dress proved too much for Berlin's sweltering tempteratures. The singer was interviewed outside on Germany's morning show Sat1, and was spotted looking longingly at a nearby paddling pool.
Gasping for air? Miley looked short of breath as she sat in the Berlin sunshine
The former Disney star looked uncomfortable as she pulled sulky faces, grabbed at her throat and gasped to show her overheated discomfort.
Miley has revealed that her next single will be titled 23, and that it will deature rappers Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J.
The singer pulled faces and grabbed at her throat in discomfort
Miss Cyrus's leather clad outfit is just another move in her efforts to distance herself from her squeaky clean Hannah Montana image. The star revealed to the MailOnline that she did not "necessarily love" her previous teen idol past and said that she was ready to move on with a new image.
Miss Cyrus looked much happier in the shade of an umbrella
The We Can't Stop singer explained: "I wasn’t really worried about it because I feel that time was something that I had to do what everyone has to do – work at something that you don’t necessarily love to get to be able to do what you do love."
Finally, something cold! Miley looked overjoyed to eat an ice lolly
The singer, who is engaged to The Hunger Games actor Liam Hemsworth, has dramatically changed her musical style and dress sense since her Hannah Montana days.
"I would say everyone has to start from the bottom, to get where they want to go and work on things they don’t really care about doing," the young star added.
Need a helping hand? Miley's dress and shoes were not fit for the occasion
"So I had to do that for five years. I had to work on something that wasn’t really a passion for me just because I wanted to be able to get here, so when I was older I’d be able to just do what I want and not have to work for money."