During her interview on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” Miley Cyrus spoke mostly about her boobs and being nude while wearing pasties on stage. Kimmel’s next guest, Ali Wentworth, took the same approach and herself wore pasties after a flashing incident with Cyrus backstage.
When Wentworth was welcomed to the stage, she immediately zipped down her Jimmy Kimmel-branded sweatshirt and revealed pasties — similar to the ones Cyrus wore during her interview just moments before.
“I was watching Miley Cyrus and I was like, alright, I’ll play that game,” the comedian told Kimmel.
But what really sparked Kimmel’s attention was Wentworth’s encounter with Cyrus backstage.
“We just bumped into each other, and I went, ‘Mah,’ (mimicking exposing herself) and she went ‘Mah,’ (mimicking Cyrus doing the same) and we went, ‘Wah!'” (mimicking the chest bumping) Wentworth told Kimmel.
Kimmel’s entire episode on Wednesday night surrounded the topic of breasts — it all began when Cyrus walked out to greet Kimmel in a sparkly ensemble with no shirt underneath.
Kimmel was obviously embarrassed and didn’t know where to keep his eyes: “I’m still a little bit flustered by your outfit.”
When Kimmel asked Cyrus whether her father was embarrassed by her having her breasts out tall the time, Cyrus said that her dad,
While her father might prefer that, Cyrus revealed that most people are uncomfortable with her outfit choices, especially one Sir Paul McCartney.
“I did the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame … and I was talking to Paul McCartney, and I saw him not knowing how to talk to me, which I don’t really know how to talk to Paul McCartney, so it made me really comfortable because it made him more uncomfortable,” Cyrus admitted to Kimmel.
Through all of her nudist escapades and revealing outfit choices, Cyrus has learned one thing about human acceptance.
“Americans are fine with tits,” she said. “It’s nipples they don’t like.”