Miley Cyrus finally responded to Hugh Hefner's offer to pose nude for Playboy and her answer is "YES!"
The star has been keeping a low profile since her infamous Vanity Fair shoot, so it was surprising when she took time off the set of her new Hannah Montana movie in Nashville to tell reporters she's willing to pose in the buff for Hef when she turns 18.
The singer/actress/comedian/imminent billionairess who recently did charity work for the TV special American Idol Gives Back said "I see this as a way to continue what we started by helping those in need."
Asked to elaborate on why she accepted Hugh's offer, since she obviously doesn't need the money, Cyrus merely added, "I think I'd be depriving the world of my virtues if I kept these goodies covered."
Poverty stricken residents in Kentucky where Cyrus and her dad visited for American Idol expressed confusion over how Cyrus's naked body will alleviate their suffering, while some world leaders have actually threatened to boycott Playboy if those future naked photos reach their shores.
Some nations will resort to yet more dire actions. Joseph Kabila, president of the Democratic Republic of Congo, said his nation will refuse all food aid for his starving citizens if those photos ever hit the Congo.
"To unleash such a thing on a people already in so much pain is beyond cruelty," he lamented.
As for Hugh Hefner, the playboy founder could not respond as he is said to be "literally in a trance" ever since Cyrus said yes.