Miley Cyrus' Uncensored 'MTV Unplugged' Performance Released (Video)
The digital version of the telecast features the "Bangerz" singer covering the Arctic Monkeys' "Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High."
Miley Cyrus already went unplugged, but now she's gone uncensored.
An uncut version of the Bangerz singer's MTV Unplugged session, which aired last week and featured Madonna as a special guest, was released on Thursday via MTV's digital and mobile platforms -- a first for the network's acoustic performance series.
The newly released version features behind-the-scenes material, as well as Cyrus' unaired cover of the Arctic Monkeys' song "Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High."
Jac Benson II, Joanna Bomberg, Amy Doyle and Garrett English serve as executive producers for Miley Cyrus: MTV Unplugged & Uncensored, with Alex Coletti as director. Unplugged was created by Robert Small and Jim Burns.
Watch Cyrus' Arctic Monkeys cover below:
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