Miley Cyrus to twerk the opening of Beacher’s Madhouse

Miley Cyrus performs at the American Music Awards at Nokia Theater L.A. Live on Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013, in Los Angeles.
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For a show as provocative as Beacher's Madhouse, there's really only one choice for opening night host, right?

The twerking diva herself, Miley Cyrus, has signed on to host the bawdy show's December 27 premiere, no doubt the lead candidate given her ribald hijinks over the past few months. Though details of her appearance are scant, we half expect show creator/ringmaster Jeff Beacher and his production crew to swing out Miley into the crowd, "Wrecking Ball"-style, clearly upstaging anything Britney Spears might have planned over her own show's grand opening the same evening at Planet Hollywood. And with Cyrus' recent endorsement of the pro-nudity "free the nipple" campaign, is there a better site or occasion for her to finally go fully topless?

Beacher's Madhouse will reintroduce to Las Vegas to the vaudeville-turned-freak show that once held court at Hard Rock Hotel. The production will now be a five-night affair at MGM Grand, which has turned the venue formerly home to Crazy Horse Paris into a multi-stage performance space with an attached nightclub.

“Expect the unexpected," Beacher said in a statement today. "I’m going to take the Madhouse and live entertainment to new levels with never-before-seen acts. And there’s no better place to debut my masterpiece than at the famed MGM Grand and with the most beautiful and talented music goddess on the planet, Miley Cyrus,” said Beacher.

Cyrus, who scored a hit with her Bangerz album and singles "We Can't Stop" and "Wrecking Ball" this fall, will perform at MGM Grand Garden on March 1.

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