10 Easter Eggs in Miley Cyrus' and Mark Ronson's New Music Video That You Probably Missed
The first Easter egg to appear is a reference to the singer's controversial music video for her hit single, "Wrecking Ball," when she rode the apparatus dressed only in underwear and Doc Martens.
Next, a picture of Cyrus from her music video for "23," which she collaborated on with producer Mike WiLL Made-It.
Repeated scenes in a strip club reference the Disney Channel alum's controversial VMAs performance that involved a stripper pole.
Young children shooting guns are likely a nod to Cyrus' involvement in March for Our Lives and gun control activism.
Women in a hot tub surrounded by rubber duckies were a staple in her music video for "BB Talk."
Football players take a knee, a reference to the controversial NFL protests against police brutality.
Over-sized stuffed animals come from Cyrus' music video for "We Can't Stop."
Looters once again enhance the political nature of the video.
Cyrus poses at the video's end with her arms out in front of a car with its doors open, which evokes Jesus on the crucifix.
A protester wears a plastic bag with text that reads, "The King Is Naked," perhaps a reference to Cyrus' outspoken criticism of President Donald Trump. Recent protest art around the country depicted him naked.