Miley Cyrus banned from Dominican Republic because of her racy performances

A government commission has forbidden the singer from performing in future as she goes against their ‘morals and customs’

Miley Cyrus performs live in Chicago

Those raunchy dance moves were bound to get her in trouble eventually but now it’s finally happened.

Miley Cyrus has been banned from performing in the Dominican Republic.

It turns out that the island’s government commission in charge of public appearances has prohibited the 21-year-old from playing due to her previous stage antics.

Only weeks before the singer was supposed to perform on September 13, they said: “[Miley] undertakes acts that go against morals and customs, which are punishable by Dominican law.”

Robin Thicke and Miley Cyrus - 2013 MTV Video Music Awards
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Tickets for the gig have been on sale since July and some were being sold for more than £200.

Miley has come under fire for her stage antics on several occasions including at last year’s MTV VMAs when the star twerked alongside Robin Thicke’s crotch while wearing a flesh-coloured bikini during their medley duet last year.

She also paraded around the stage with a huge foam finger and her performance was the talk of the town afterwards.

Despite this, Miley’s team tweeted earlier this week that she is allowed back at this year’s MTV VMAs on Sunday. The star’s ‘Wrecking Ball’ video is up for Video of the Year.

Miley is currently on a break from her 81-date ‘Bangerz’ world tour, which will resume in Puerto Rico on September 11.

So this happened

She will later head to Brazil, Argentina, Chile and New Zealand, among other countries, before concluding the mammoth run of gigs in Perth, Australia, on October 23.

We can’t really say we’re surprised since the chart-topper is still making our jaws drop one year removed from THAT twerking performance.