Miley Cyrus Shimmies in Sparkly Mini Dress While Teasing New Single

‘Doctor (Work It Out)’ featuring Pharrell Williams is out now.
Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus.


Ahead of dropping a new single today, two-time Grammy Award winner Miley Cyrus has been teasing fans all week, starting with a still image of the cover art on Tuesday. It was the Feb. 28 Instagram post, however, that really captured our attention.

In the reel, Cyrus sported a black-and-silver sparkly mini dress—similar to the style she wore during her Grammys performance of “Flowers” last month—as she sang her new single and danced. 

The 31-year-old singer-songwriter stomped her foot to the beat as she sang: “I could be your doctor / And I could be your nurse / I think I see the problem / It’s only gon’ get worse / A midnight medication / Just show me where it hurts / I need to rock you, baby / Before your body bursts / Let me work it out.”

“Doctor (Work It Out) MARCH 1 @pharrell,” Cyrus stated simply in her caption. In less than 24 hours, the video racked up 1.3 million likes from eager fans ready to hear the new track.

“I’ve heard 15 seconds and it’s already stuck in my head,” Tommy DiDario stated. “Let’s go!!”

“The only doctor I need right now is Miley Cyrus,” someone else quipped.

“In love with your new style,” another user noted.

“Loving this Tina Turner inspired era you’re in 😍🔥,” Julissa Bermudez said.

“She’s giving TINA vibes and I liiiveeeeee😍,” another fan concurred.

While a few others compared the track’s initial beat to Italian rock band Måneskin’s sound, super fans and Rolling Stone were quick to point out that a version of “Doctor” was initially recorded by Cyrus more than a decade ago for her album, Bangerz, but didn’t make the cut.


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