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Miley Cyrus Hints At A Possible Collaboration With Caitlyn Jenner

She also honored Caitlyn's iconic 'Vanity Fair' cover with heaps of neon paint and glitter galore. As Miley does.

Ever since Caitlyn Jenner debuted her new look on the cover of Vanity Fair, plenty of celebrities have shared their support and admiration for her bravery. But none have done so quite like Miley Cyrus, who’s taken it upon herself to make Jenner her new muse.

The 22-year-old has showed off three reworkings of Jenner’s iconic VF cover, decorating each one with her signature mix of markers, gels, beads, sequins, paints, glitter, and seemingly every other art tool in the box.

In a glittered-out snap of the Vanity Fair cover line, Miley promised a “dirtyhippie collab coming soon,” mentioning the pro-LGBT Happy Hippie Foundation that she launched to support homeless youth. We’re not sure what kind of collaboration she and Jenner may have in the works, but as two of the most visible allies of the LGBT community, it’s bound to be amazing.

Miley recently made headlines with her nude Paper magazine cover, in which she preached about gender fluidity and free love, so it’s not at all surprising that she’d be so keen to support Jenner and her new pro-LGBT projects.

Aside from that, Miley’s art — though it may seem silly — is something we should be paying attention to as well. Anyone who follows her on Instagram knows she’s a crafting wiz, always creating fun works of art using lots of bright colors and simple supplies. Only Miley herself could confirm this, but she seems like the type of artist who chooses to spend her inexhaustible creativity solely on things that inspire her.

That’s why these special new art pieces are simply Miley’s unique way of showing how highly she regards Jenner, her new image, and, most importantly, what that image represents. Basically, she’s celebrating the 65-year-old’s newfound freedom. Having fun WHILE celebrating someone and making a positive, encouraging statement? That’s something we can all get behind.