Miley Debuts Jaw Dropping New-Look On Leaked W Magazine Cover

March is more than a month away but W Magazine doesn't care. Miley Cyrus' MTV Unplugged event will premiere tonight (including a tongues-out duet with Madonna), so now is the time to capitalize on its stunning March 2014 cover. For the issue, Ronan Farrow interviews covergirl Miley, who is leaving the Internet speechless with her sultry new longer-haired, bleached eyebrow-ed look in the leaked cover. We're taking this with a pinch of salt until it's confirmed, but if anything, it's certainly an improvement over this:

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