Miley Cyrus Wants You To Lather, Rinse And Repeat

Recently, Miley Cyrus marred her wholesome Disney image by ditching her clean-cut Hannah Montana alter ego to pose half-naked in the June issue of Vanity Fair.

Now, after weeks of furious backpedaling (read: blaming everyone from photog Annie Leibovitz to magazine editors for Blanketgate), Miley's camp has finally hit on the perfect way to restore her childlike innocence: lending her name to a new, not-at-all-suggestive brand of bath and shower products marketed towards tweens, adolescents and anyone else who might like to think of Miley while they're in the buff.

Presenting the official Miley Cyrus-sanctioned line of hand cream, shower gel, and 2-in-1 shampoo! (Lip balm sold separately.)

Well played, Billy Ray! Because clearly, the best way to stop people from thinking about your 15-year-old daughter as an underage sex symbol is to encourage them to picture her naked in the shower with The Hannah Montana Bath and Body Collection.

(On an only-slightly related note: now might be an opportune time for us to email Nick and request that they bring back You Can't Do That on Television green slime shampoo.)