Controversial pop star Miley Cyrus and Oklahoma rockers the Flaming Lips have confirmed joining forces in the studio for a cover of Beatles classic "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds."
Soon after hitting the studio, the duo got high and posted in on Instagram. "Yup ... Recordin' with Miley ... High as f--k...," wrote frontman Wayne Coyne, along with the photo of Miley and signature Bangerz rolling paper.
A day after, Coyne confirmed the involvement of MGMT's Andrew VanWyngarden, noting, "Miley in the studio vomiting diamonds while singing 'Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds!' If you're a Beatles and John Lennon freak you gonna love love love this track! Got Andrew from MGMT too!"
The love between an unlikely duo escalated during Miley's latest tour, as Flaming Lips joined the singer on one of the dates for a cover of their "Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots" track. Cyrus didn't hesitate to share massive praises for the band, telling the crowd, "I hope I can inspire you guys as much as the Flaming Lips have inspired me and encouraged me to always be myself and to make music because I love it and always invent something new for my fans.
"So as much as you guys are fans, I'm a true fan of these amazing guys right here. You guys don't understand what the f--k is happening to me right now ... I'm f--king so scared," Miley added, just to have Wayne respond, "Now I'm scared."