Miley Cyrus gives neon disco vibes in braless blinged-out outfit as she teases new song on Instagram

Miley Cyrus gives neon disco vibes in braless blinged-out outfit as she teases new song on Instagram

Miley Cyrus has been staying busy as she quarantines at home with boyfriend Cody Simpson in Los Angeles.

And the Grammy nominee has her fans on the edge of their seats, as she gets ready to release some new music.

She took to Instagram Live to tease some new music Tuesday, serving neon disco vibes in a braless blinged-out look while jamming out to an unreleased bop.

Unreleased: Miley Cyrus took to Instagram Live to tease some new music Tuesday, serving neon disco vibes in a braless blinged-out look while jamming out to an unreleased bop

The 27-year-old donned a white tank top and a pair of avant-garde metal-framed sunglasses, as she dripped in jewels. 

She panned up from her chest as the beat dropped, serving face with a glittery filter for the video, which she also posted to her story.

Cyrus was soaked in red and blue neon light, which decorated her recording studio with the word ‘DISCO.’

She previously shared a clip from her 2007 music video for Start All Over, writing: ‘Meet Miley Cyrus….. again. #SheIsComing #ButForRealThisTime’ 

Blinged out: The 27-year-old donned a white tank top and a pair of avant-garde metal-framed sunglasses, as she dripped in jewels

Blinged out: The 27-year-old donned a white tank top and a pair of avant-garde metal-framed sunglasses, as she dripped in jewels

Dramatic reveal: She panned up from her chest as the beat dropped, serving face with a glittery filter for the video, which she also posted to her story

Dramatic reveal: She panned up from her chest as the beat dropped, serving face with a glittery filter for the video, which she also posted to her story

Disco diva: Cyrus was soaked in red and blue neon light, which decorated her recording studio with the word 'DISCO'

Disco diva: Cyrus was soaked in red and blue neon light, which decorated her recording studio with the word ‘DISCO’

Meet Miley: She previously shared a clip from her 2007 music video for Start All Over, writing: 'Meet Miley Cyrus..... again. #SheIsComing #ButForRealThisTime'

Meet Miley: She previously shared a clip from her 2007 music video for Start All Over, writing: ‘Meet Miley Cyrus….. again. #SheIsComing #ButForRealThisTime’

The Hannah Montana star has been hard at work on her seventh studio album She Is Miley Cyrus, which is expected to drop sometime this year.

She released She Is Coming last May, the first of three six-song extended plays that will make up the album, the other two being She Is Here and She Is Everything. 

Cyrus was expected to release the remaining EPs last year, but they were delayed when she underwent vocal cord surgery in November, following her hospitalization with tonsillitis.

She revealed to Variety in June that she’d been sober for six months, following the surgery, which has kept her productive.

The Wrecking Ball artist said: ‘The thing that I love about it is waking up 100%, 100% of the time. I don’t want to wake up feeling groggy. I want to wake up feeling ready.’ 

Coming soon: The Hannah Montana star has been hard at work on her seventh studio album She Is Miley Cyrus, which is expected to drop sometime this year (pictured in February, 2020)

Coming soon: The Hannah Montana star has been hard at work on her seventh studio album She Is Miley Cyrus, which is expected to drop sometime this year (pictured in February, 2020)

Married At First Sight’s Hayley Vernon wears a mask incorrectly as she takes her dog for a walk

MAFS’ Hayley Vernon wears a mask incorrectly as she takes her dog for a walk in Melbourne – after criticising Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews over the new mandatory rules and saying she would refuse to wear one

She criticised Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews for making face masks mandatory in a bid to stop the spread of COVID-19, last month. 

And on Friday, Married At First Sight‘s Hayley Vernon was spotted wearing her mask incorrectly as she took her dog for a walk, days after the new rule was implemented.

The Melbourne-based labourer, 33, placed the protective face covering on her chin instead of her mouth, as she roamed the streets and spoke on the phone.

Out and about: Married At First Sight’s Hayley Vernon wore a mask incorrectly as she took her dog for a walk in Melbourne on Friday

Hayley was dressed in a black jumper, green sport tights and wore a pair of white sneakers during the outing.

She also wore a black cap to protect herself from the sun as she held her dog’s leash.

Her outing came just one week after she criticised Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews for making masks mandatory, and told others to ‘stand up for their rights’.

‘Why are we wearing masks? Us people who are healthy,’ she wrote on Instagram. ‘This as you said “is about curbing behaviour”. I’ll be dammed if you are going to curb anything about me.’

Enjoying a walk: The MAFS star placed the protective face covering on her chin instead of over her mouth, as she roamed the streets

Enjoying a walk: The MAFS star placed the protective face covering on her chin instead of over her mouth, as she roamed the streets

She continued: ‘You are a walking talking oxymoron. I am woke. I will not be wearing a mask. MELBOURNE AND AUSTRALIANS STAND UP FOR YOUR RIGHTS. This is not the time to comply.’

Fans quickly hit back, describing Hayley as ‘ignorant’ and ‘selfish’ as face masks can be effective in preventing the spread of coronavirus.

‘Wow, this is the definition of ignorance. Shame on you for using your platform to act like a spoilt brat and spread such absurdity,’ one critic wrote. 

Protection: Hayley eventually placed the face mask over her mouth during her walk. A mask can help with preventing the spread of coronavirus as it limits infections spread by airborne transmission

Protection: Hayley eventually placed the face mask over her mouth during her walk. A mask can help with preventing the spread of coronavirus as it limits infections spread by airborne transmission

‘It’s not all about you. Stop trying to make something that isn’t about you, about you. If it’s mandatory then f**king do it, stop your complaining and suck it up. The masks are there to prevent it spreading,’ another commented.

‘Get over it. Shut up and just do what’s needed in order for us to move on and not go into stage four. Grow up,’ a third follower wrote. 

A face mask, which is meant to cover the mouth and nose, can help with preventing the spread of coronavirus as it limits infections spread by airborne transmission.

Conspiracy theorist: Her outing came just one week after she criticised Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews for making masks mandatory, and told others to 'stand up for their rights'

Conspiracy theorist: Her outing came just one week after she criticised Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews for making masks mandatory, and told others to ‘stand up for their rights’ 

Each time an individual coughs or sneezes, they release germs into the air and this can infect others around them.

Last Wednesday, Premier Daniel Andrews announced face masks were mandatory across Melbourne and Mitchell Shire in a bid to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Those who disobey the new government directive to wear masks outside the home – effective will face a $200 fine.

Rules: Last week, Daniel Andrews (pictured) announced face masks had became mandatory across Melbourne and Mitchell Shire in a bid to stop the spread of COVID-19

Rules: Last week, Daniel Andrews (pictured) announced face masks had became mandatory across Melbourne and Mitchell Shire in a bid to stop the spread of COVID-19

SpaceX completes first successful ‘hop’ test flight of its Starship rocket 500-feet above Texas

Elon Musk’s SpaceX took one small ‘hop’ closer towards the surface of Mars on Tuesday after completing the first successful launch and landing of its Starship rocket.

Dubbed the SN5, the potentially revolutionary prototype performed an almost 500-foot leap above SpaceX’s development facility in Boco Chica, Texas, at 5pm local time.

The nine-story large metallic cylinder ignited its single Raptor engine and slowly rose into the air before gently returning to the ground and landing upright a short distance away from where launched.

‘Mars is looking real,’ Musk tweeted in response to the launch Tuesday evening, later adding that ‘Progress is accelerating’.

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The SN5 prototype, the first full scale model of its kind, performed an almost 500-foot leap above SpaceX’s development facility in Boco Chica, Texas, at 5pm local time

The nine-story large metallic cylinder ignited its single Raptor engine and slowly rose into the air before gently returning to the ground

The nine-story large metallic cylinder ignited its single Raptor engine and slowly rose into the air before gently returning to the ground

For a moment after the engine first ignited, it looked as if the prototype was struggling to get airborne, but then it suddenly rose above its own smoke, hovered and came in for a soft landing.

‘And when the smoke cleared, she stood there majestically, after the 150 meter flight!’ tweeted NASA’s top scientist, Thomas Zurbuchen.

The SN5 traveled a minute fraction of the more than 35 million miles Musk hopes the final Starship will traverse to take humans to Mars.

The current prototype, resembling a giant metal thermos, doesn’t have all the features of a traditional rocket as it has no nose cone, flaps or other structural features designed to guide it through the upper atmosphere.

The Starship envisioned by Musk will be 120 meters tall and will be able to land vertically on Mars, the CEO had pledged.

Musk later tweeted that in its next phase, the SN5’s landing legs will be ‘60% longer’ and ‘will be much wide and taller … but capable of of landing on unimproved surfaces & auto-leveling.’

The 500 feet it traveled is the furthest one of these prototypes has come in the testing process so far. Several previous prototypes exploded during ground tests, in a learning process of trial and error.

Each failure has taught SpaceX valuable lessons to inform design and material changes, Musk said, adding that such changes are already being worked into SN6, SN7, and SN8 prototypes, which are currently in various stages of assembly within the Boca Chica site.

For a moment after the engine first ignited, it looked as if the prototype was struggling to get airborne, but then it suddenly rose above its own smoke, hovered and came in for a soft landing

For a moment after the engine first ignited, it looked as if the prototype was struggling to get airborne, but then it suddenly rose above its own smoke, hovered and came in for a soft landing

The SN5 landed upright a short distance away from where it took off

The SN5 landed upright a short distance away from where it took off

An earlier ‘hop’ launch for the Starship was aborted on Tuesday moments before the successful launch.

SN5 completed seven key tests that led up to ‘liftoff,’ but following the 11:24 ET siren point, it began smoking. 

Plumes of liquid oxygen reaching nearly 100 feet in the air began flowing from the craft, which are said to be a result of an emergency detanking.

The team began a flare purge about 10 minutes later to release the pressure and eliminate the plume. 

The initial launch was originally scheduled yesterday but the test was scrapped on that occasion because the turbopump spin start valve wouldn’t open in its giant Raptor engine.  

The massive rocket is SpaceX’s planned next-generation fully reusable launch vehicle, the center Musk’s ambitions to make human space travel affordable.

Musk previously said the lifetime of each Starship will be around 20 to 30 years, ‘like an aircraft’.

Around three Starship flights will launch from Earth per day, or around 1,000 flights a year, and each will have a capacity of more than 90,000 pounds.

By continuously ferrying people the 180 million miles to Mars, Musk is predicting 1,000 human inhabitants by 2030 and ‘maybe around’ one million by 2050.

However, if SpaceX’s track record continues down the same path, the billionaire may never get the change to colonize Mars.

An earlier ‘hop’ launch for the Starship was aborted on Tuesday. The Starship completed a serious of tests leading up to liftoff, but the mission was scrubbed minutes following the siren stage.

An earlier ‘hop’ launch for the Starship was aborted on Tuesday. The Starship completed a serious of tests leading up to liftoff, but the mission was scrubbed minutes following the siren stage. 

In May, the prototype Serial Number 4 vanished into a fireball at SpaceX’s site in Texas shortly the engine was ignited for a pressurized test.

The SN4 had passed several important milestones during development, including a pressurization test that had foiled previous models.

The first rocket was tested in 2019, Mk1 prototype, but was engulfed in flames during a cryogenic pressure test.

The second rocket, dubbed Serial Number 1 (SN1), fell victim to another pressure test when it failed to contain its liquid nitrogen.

However, this time the stainless steel cylinder flew off the stand and came down crashing.

And the third time SpaceX saw its third catastrophic failure was in April – again the Starship prototype imploded during the cryogenic pressure test.

The news follows a number of failed Starship tests, as Musk has watched four of the Mars bound rockets burst into flames at the launch site. The prototype Serial Number 4 vanished into a fireball in May (pictured) shortly the engine was ignited for a pressurized test

The news follows a number of failed Starship tests, as Musk has watched four of the Mars bound rockets burst into flames at the launch site. The prototype Serial Number 4 vanished into a fireball in May (pictured) shortly the engine was ignited for a pressurized test

The second rocket, dubbed Serial Number 1 (SN1), fell victim to another pressure test when it failed to contain its liquid nitrogen. The top went flying off the rocket that was left mangled on the test pad

 The second rocket, dubbed Serial Number 1 (SN1), fell victim to another pressure test when it failed to contain its liquid nitrogen. The top went flying off the rocket that was left mangled on the test pad 

This was the fourth Starship rocket that has been lost while testing - all of the the previous vessels also imploded during testing. It began smoking shortly after the test began

This was the fourth Starship rocket that has been lost while testing – all of the the previous vessels also imploded during testing. It began smoking shortly after the test began

Musk said after the flight of SN5 that the next phase of testing won’t involve flying prototypes very high, at least initially.

‘We’ll do several short hops to smooth out launch process, then go high altitude with body flaps,’ he said Tuesday.

It’s been a successful year for the Elon Musk-owned space firm.

Among its achievements are the fact it launched and returned the first astronauts for the International Space Station from US soil in nearly a decade.

SpaceX is also due to launch its Starlink internet broadband service to customers later this year after putting nearly 600 satellites into orbit.

It is also one of three companies in the running to build a lunar Human Landing system for NASA alongside Jeff Bezos-owned Blue Origin and Dynetics.

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The BFR (Big F***ing Rocket), now known as Starship, has been designed as a passenger and cargo spaceship that can go to Mars or put satellites into orbit.

Elon Musk, SpaceX Chief Engineer said the rocket would take its first trip to the red planet in 2022, carrying only cargo.

It will be followed by a crewed mission in 2024 and, according to Musk, other SpaceX’s products would be ‘cannibalised’ to pay for it.

The rocket would be partially reusable and capable of flight directly from Earth to Mars.

Once built, Musk believes the rocket could be used for travel on Earth – saying that passengers would be able to get anywhere in under an hour.

It could also be used for ‘hops’ to the Moon and SpaceX is one of three firms shortlisted to build a human lunar lander for NASA. 

Hilarious snaps capture the people who are having the WORST day ever

Look on the bright side! Hilarious snaps capture the people who are having the WORST day ever – including a swimmer being attacked by a frog

  • Shareably rounded up snaps of people around the world having a bad day 
  • One person destroyed their laptop after placing a candle on the same table
  • Another individual discovered an insect frozen in an ice cube in their drink 


Harrison Ford, 78, is a silver fox in a T-shirt that shows off his toned arms

Harrison Ford, 78, is a silver fox in a T-shirt that shows off his toned arms as he steps out for LA outing

He has been a Hollywood hunk for half a century.

And Harrison Ford, 78, was a silver fox as he stepped out in Los Angeles this Wednesday for a casual outing.

The Indiana Jones icon showed off his still toned arms in a pale green T-shirt, which he tucked into his dark blue jeans.

Out and about: Harrison Ford, 78, was a silver fox as he stepped out in Los Angeles this Wednesday for a casual outing

He cinched a belt around his waist and made sure to wear a mask as he emerged from lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Late last month he was glimpsed arriving in a Tesla to Hawthorne Municipal Airport possibly to get in a bit of flying.

Harrison has a passion for flying planes but this April he was investigated by the Federal Aviation Administration after mishearing an air traffic controller’s advice while landing at Hawthorne, the New York Times reported.

Legging it: The Indiana Jones icon showed off his still toned arms in a pale green T-shirt, which he tucked into his dark blue jeans

Legging it: The Indiana Jones icon showed off his still toned arms in a pale green T-shirt, which he tucked into his dark blue jeans

‘No one was injured and there was never any danger of a collision,’ his publicist Ina Treciokas pointed out after the incident.. 

Three years earlier he was required to have awareness training after he made an error and flew over a commercial jet holding 100 passengers before landing onto a taxiway at Santa Ana’s John Wayne Airport.

Harrison crashed onto a golf course in 2015 after suffering an engine problem, and an eyewitness told NBC he ‘saved several lives’ by managing not to bring the plane down on the suburban buildings just ’20 to 30 yards’ away.

Off he goes: He cinched a belt around his waist and made sure to wear a mask as he emerged from lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic

Off he goes: He cinched a belt around his waist and made sure to wear a mask as he emerged from lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic

Another Indiana Jones movie is currently in development with Harrison attached to reprise his role as the title character in the iconic franchise.

Steven Spielberg, who directed the first four movies, has decided not to return for the fifth one, Variety reported this February.

However he will remain involved with the project in a producing capacity, with the directing gig going to James Mangold of Ford Vs. Ferrari fame.