Miley Cyrus Wears Only a Suit Jacket on Cosmo’s March 2013 Cover [Gallery]

The former child star is featured on the cover of the new Cosmopolitan magazine wearing a fitted white suit jacket, low slung pants – and not much else.

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  • Photo: Matthias Vriens-McGrath/CosmopolitanPhoto: Matthias Vriens-McGrath/Cosmopolitan

Miley Cyrus is one sexy star – and she’s not afraid to show it. Miley shows off her flat tummy in a suit on the cover of Cosmopolitan magazine’s March 2013 issue, out on newsstands Tuesday, February 5!

Cyrus, who was styled by Rachel Zoe for the cover shoot, Tweeted about the story before it was released telling fans, “Who ready for @cosmopolitan to start givin up the goods?!?! So excited for y’all to see my cover.”

The 20-year-old star poses braless on the cover of Cosmopolitan’s March 2013 issue and talks about her newfound confidence, as well as her hunky fiancé Liam Hemsworth.

In a sneak peek of the issue’s interview, Miley opens up about her fiance, actor Liam Hemsworth, explaining that he’s most important to her.

“Number one is my relationship with Liam,” she says. “That’s what I feel the most confident in because you never know; there’s so much hype behind my new record, but it could come out and, worst-case scenario, everyone f**king  hates it.”

That’s doubtful, considering Cyrus has over 11 million followers on Twitter and admirers all around the world. And the reason she’s so adored? Her individuality.

Despite what she’s been through – even when some unfortunate personal life photos would leak to the press, Miley insists to Cosmo that she has no regrets.

“Some of the worst things that have happened in my career, like things getting leaked, have actually been what’s best for me, because people knew when I was on that show that I was really growing up.

I never faked anything. I never played the Disney game of smiling and being a princess and then suddenly having a hard time, saying, ‘That isn’t who I really am.'”

In fact, Cyrus gushes about how attractive her husband-to-be is, telling the magazine, “I’ll literally look at him and [will] be like ‘You are hot, dear god!’ ”

Describing a moment at home recently, she adds, “The other day, I turned on the pool heater and it was steaming, and he walked outside and took off his clothes and jumped in the pool. I was like, ‘I’m gonna faint – the hottest guy of my life is in a steaming pool. This looks like a Playgirl shoot.’

So I took a photo and made it the background on my phone. My best friend grabbed my phone and was like, ‘Who’s that? He is so hot!’ That’s my hubby!”

She also shared her view about the upcoming wedding.

“I feel the bigger the wedding, the more it becomes a target for people to ruin. So we just want it to be small, with the people who we’d take bullets for. I don’t want to be looking at those photos and see people that I wish hadn’t been there.

C’mon, I can’t even get coffee without a million paparazzi following me, so I don’t know why anyone thinks I’m going to have this huge, extravagant wedding. That is so not who I am.”

Miley also reveals that she worked with Mary J. Blige and Tyler, the Creator on her new album, and is looking for a new sound.

“I really didn’t want to make a hip-hop record, and I’m not trying at all to be a Rihanna or a Nicki [Minaj],” she says.

“That’s not my vibe. When I was growing up, my older brother would sneak me Nelly CDs, my dad had me listening to Dolly [Parton] and Johnny [Cash], and my mom is a complete metal head. So this record is a weird mixture of all that.”

“I feel the bigger the wedding, the more it becomes a target for people to ruin. So we just want it to be small, with the people who we’d take bullets for. I don’t want to be looking at those photos and see people that I wish hadn’t been there.

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