Loved Miley Cyrus’ VMA performance? Now you can buy the shirt
Well, that didn’t take long.
Less than 24-hours after Miley Cyrus climbed out of a giant futuristic-looking teddy bear at the MTV Video Music Awards, T-shirts, sweatshirts and even baby-sized onesies inspired by the outfit the singer wore in the first half of her performance are now available for purchase online.
You can pick up a gray “Miley Cyrus -- Pink Teddy Bear Outfit” onesie for babies (3 months old up to 24 months) for just $22.02 on the website Redbubble.com.
A grown-up-sized T-shirt with the same design is just a couple of bucks more, and you can also purchase stickers of the provocative teddy bear face winking and sticking its tongue out for just $5.
Redbubble, founded in 2006, is based in Melbourne, Australia. It serves as a platform from which 250,000 artists around the world sell their designs that are then printed on clothing, stickers and iPad cases, the company said in a statement emailed to the Los Angeles Times.
The designers responsible for the Miley teddy bear shirt call themselves “Shirtaholics,” and according to their Facebook page, they make “pop culture shirts, stickers, and whatnot.”
Another one of their recent designs depicts Ben Affleck as Batman above the words “Dahk Night.”
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