RYAN...BEST SUP­PORT­ING AC­TOR IN A CE­REAL!

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POP sex­pot Mi­ley Cyrus fin­gers her hairy PUSSY in th­ese bizarre TOP­LESS snaps.

The 22-year-old star stripped down to her skimpy KNICK­ERS for a fash­ion pho­to­shoot this week.

Mi­ley, from Franklin, Ten­nessee, stares blankly at the cam­era as she strokes her friend’s tabby cat.

The Po­laroid-style snaps, taken by her as­sis­tant Cheyne Thomas, are part of Mi­ley’s

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The pho­to­shoot took place in Flam­ing Lips front­man Wayne Coyne’s home in Ok­la­homa last month.

Mi­ley cap­tioned the im­age: “‘Wiz­ard ART by Daniel Sut­liff from Tulsa, Ok­la­homa, made out of Post-Its! FEAT. LIL CAT and weird chair hand-me-down from Al­bert Ein­stein ;)”

The star also posed for pho­tos smok­ing a “sus­pi­cious look­ing cig­a­rette”, ac­cord­ing to drug ex­perts at the TRIB­UTE: Gosling

( made film for Vine videos cre­ator Ryan ( HOL­LY­WOOD hunk Ryan Gosling has sent a touch­ing trib­ute to a can­cer vic­tim who cre­ated a video clip of the star “re­fus­ing to eat his ce­real”..

The star said his “heart goes out” to the fam­ily of Ryan McHenry, who has died aged 27 af­ter a two-year battle with can­cer.

Mr McHenry, from Glas­gow, got the idea for the Vine video clips while eat­ing ce­real and watch­ing Gosling in the hit film Drive.

By hold­ing his own spoon in front of the TV screen and film­ing it, he made it ap­pear that Gosling looked like he was re­fus­ing to eat it.

And he used the vids to high­light his strug­gle with can­cer, be­fore his death at the week­end.

Af­ter the news of his death emerged, Gosling posted a video of him­self tuck­ing into a bowl of ce­real and told his fans: “My heart goes out to all of Ryan McHenry’s fam­ily and friends.

“Feel very lucky to have been a part of his life in some small way.”

NO LIKEY: Ryan in the spoof clips

The film-maker’s pals have set up a page for dona­tions to the can­cer char­ity Sar­coma UK in his mem­ory, which has al­ready raised more than £3,300 to­wards its £7,500 tar­get.

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