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Miley Cyrus defends 'saucy' Styles snap 

added: 9 Jan 2013 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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Miley Cyrus got 'saucy' with a cardboard cut-out of Harry Styles.
The singer-and-actress took to Twitter to share pictures of herself cuddling up to a paper version of the One Direction hunk.
The former Disney star is engaged to Hunger Games actor Liam Hemsworth and was quick to defend the cheeky snaps.
'In no way do I want Harry. No offense. I'm sure that'll be a story now 2. I'm happily engaged. Just got saucy with a cardboard cut out (sic),' she wrote.
One picture shows the 20-year-old blonde gazing adoringly at the cut-out, as they both lie covered in a furry duvet.
It seems her amorous behaviour was part of birthday celebrations for her younger sister Noah.
Miley's sibling turned 13 yesterday and is a big fan of Harry and his bandmates Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Niall Horan.
'All I want for my birrffffday is a big booty h*e. All @noahcyrus wants for her BIRFFFDAY is @harry_styles (sic),' Miley tweeted, along with a picture of herself and Noah kissing the fake Harry.
Noah seemed to receive a host of One Direction goodies to celebrate her big day.
A further picture posted by the Can't Be Tamed singer shows a miniature model of Harry ' which she wasn't quite as impressed with as the cardboard version.
'This might be the creepiest thing I've ever seen. (sic),' she wrote.
Meanwhile, it seems the real Harry could already be spoken for.
Despite splitting with country singer girlfriend Taylor Swift recently, the teenage heartthrob hasn't wasted any time and was spotted frolicking in a hot tub with Bravo TV host Hermione Way.
The pretty blonde seemed to be consoling the 18-year-old as they both enjoyed a stay on Sir Richard Branson's Necker Island.

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