Looks like a bloody freeing trip to us.
Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa embark on a wild, blood-splattered, spider-infested bus trip with a bunch of gal pals in the music video for their new collaboration “Prisoner.” In the video, which the dynamic duo dropped via social media, they navigate the frenetic freeway of love, singing, “You keep making it harder to stay / But I still can’t run away / I gotta know why can’t you, why can’t you just let me go?”
The video includes an eye-popping dedication toward the end that reads, “IN LOVING MEMORY OF ALL MY EXES” and is punctuated by the words “EAT S–T.” It then closes with a clip of drag legend Divine uttering a line from John Waters’ trash-tastic 1974 film “Female Trouble”: “I’m a free woman now and my life is just ready to begin.”
We get the message, ladies!
Cyrus, 27, has been hyping tracks from her album “Plastic Hearts,” out Nov. 27, which will feature collabs with Lipa, 25, and rock legends Joan Jett and Billy Idol. Cyrus has been duet-crazed of late: Last month Cyrus did a holiday tune, “Christmas Is,” with her godmother, Dolly Parton, and earlier this month she teamed up with Stevie Nicks for “Edge of Midnight (Midnight Sky Remix).”