If you thought Miley Cyrus couldn't get any more controversial, then you're about to be proven wrong. The former Disney star is reportedly planning to do a nude concert with an equally nude 80s band "Flaming Lips" as well as the audience.

On Tuesday, 13 October, Wayne Coyne, the leading singer of "Flaming Lips" posted a split picture of his band and Miley, both without clothes, on his Instagram.

He wrote: "Oh fuck..!!! @mileycyrus is planning a show where her, the band (us) and the audience are all COMPLETELY naked with milk (well white stuff that looks like milk) is being spewed everywhere.. It's a video (in the works) for #mileycyrusandherdeadpetz song The Milky Milky Milk..."

Miley has not confirmed the report yet. However, the 22-year-old is all set to perform with the "I Can Be a Frog" hitmakers in several US cities as part of her "Dead Petz" tour that kicks off in 19 November in Chicago.

Wayne has been Miley's BFF for quite a long time now. The "Flaming Lips" member wrote and produced some tracks for her "Dead petz" album, performed with her on her "Bangerz" tour and Miley even invited him on stage with her when she hosted the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards.

This is not the first time for either of them to have bared it all in the name of music and art. The "Wrecking Ball" music video saw Miley completely naked while Wayne and his bandmates dropped their clothes off for their music video "Watching the Planets".

Miley has received widespread criticism for her reflection of sexually-explicit actions, but of late, John Mayer has shown appreciation for the "We Can't Stop" singer. Showing his support for "Dead Petz" album, on 4 October, the "Waiting on the World to Change" hitmaker tweeted that nobody could even "try making something like this".

Besides Miley, other former Disney stars like Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez have also posed nude recently in the name of art. Selena posed naked for the cover art of her latest album "Revival" while Demi bared it all for the Vanity Fair photoshoot with the intention to "empower women".

Talking about her decision to shoot naked, the "Cool for the Summer" singer said that she found "something incredible about the idea of no makeup whatsoever, no clothes and no retouching," E Online reported.