Miley Cyrus submits her video 'tongue tied' to New York Porn Film Festival

Singer Miley Cyrus, who is no stranger to showing off her skin in public, has reportedly submitted her short video titled “Tongue Tied” to the New York City Porn Film Festival that opens later this month.

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Miley Cyrus submits her video 'tongue tied' to New York Porn Film Festival

Los Angeles: Singer Miley Cyrus, who is no stranger to showing off her skin in public, has reportedly submitted her short video titled “Tongue Tied” to the New York City Porn Film Festival that opens later this month.

The video was directed by mixed-media artist and filmmaker Quentin Jones and was played during Cyrus's Bangerz shows, reports aceshowbiz.com.

Miley Cyrus submits her video tongue tied to New York Porn Film Festival

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However, the video doesn't really qualify as pornography as it doesn't have sex scenes. The black-and-white bondage-themed clip, however, features Cyrus striking provocative poses as she goes nearly nude.

“It's a pop take on S&M. She's starting to become more of a contemporary artist,” the festival's founder Simon Leahy said of Cyrus' video.

The Porn Film Festival is sponsored by the free video site PornHub. Cyrus's “Tongue Tied” will be screened on the opening night 27 February.

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