Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus spoke about her changing style to Harper's Bazaar REUTERS/Danny Moloshok

She might have turned over a new leaf – giving up her outrageous style for a more demure look over the years – but that didn't stop Miley Cyrus from sharing a cheeky bedroom selfie with her fans.

The American singer appeared to be posing topless in her latest Instagram photo uploaded on Monday, 31 July. Curled-up alongside her furry pets, the 24-year-old went on to tease her social media followers, as she strategically covered her modesty.

Miley seemed to be enjoying a lazy day-in as apparent from her picture-post. While her pooches slept by her side, the Wrecking Ball hitmaker captured the adorable moment in a candid snap – in the process flashing a hint of skin as well.

However, while posting on Instagram, she covered up her nipple-flash with a flower sticker. The playful vibe about the picture was apparent in the photo caption too, which Miley followed-up with a number of floral emojis.

No sooner had the songstress shared the sexy selfie online, than fans flocked to share raving comments. And looks like, Miley's followers totally got her vibes as they gushed about her adorable moment with her pets.

"I just want to snuggle with your dogs so bad," one Instagram user wrote, as someone else shared, "Getting morning cuddles for your babies."

"Legit... this is how I totally wake up with two cats and two dogs tho! ," commented an animal-lover, echoing the general feeling of her fans on seeing Miley enjoying some me-time with her furry friends.

While most viewers appeared to love the super cute snap, some couldn't help sharing hateful comments on the picture. Addressing the subtle show of skin, one hater reacted, "Better have covered that t** up ain't none tryna see it."

The Disney star's Instagram uploads have been a proof of her changing style over time, and most recently, Miley even talked about toning it down.

"I didn't want to show up to photo shoots and be the girl who would get my t**s out and stick out my tongue. In the beginning, it was kind of like saying, 'F**k you. Girls should be able to have this freedom or whatever.' But it got to a point where I did feel sexualized," she told Harper's Bazzar.