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The 21-year-old is hoping the party will not only help others but showher critics that she has a “caring and sensitive” side to her personality.

The soiree will include a three course dinner with waiters on hand to make sure Miley’s guests don’t lift a finger.

“Most people only see the Miley who puts on a show,” an insider told the Star.

“But she’s really caring and sensitive and wants to make a difference to the lives of homeless people. She’s putting a lot of effort into this party, there’ll be waitresses to serve them.

“The whole thing will cost her around £6,000 but she feels that it’s the least she can do.”

Miley has worked closely with a homeless shelter in LA for the past couple of years and the cause means a lot to her. In August she invited Jesse Helt, a man she met at the shelter, as her date to the MTV music awards.

Jesse reduced the Wrecking Ball singer to tears when he went up on stage and collected her award.

“There will be fun and games after the food too, and Miley is bound to put on a little show for them to get the party started,” the source added.

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Miley Cyrus has recorded a cover of Melanie Safka’s “Look What They’ve Done to My Song, Ma” for the Sundance Selects satire “Free the Nipple,” Variety has learned.

Lina Esco, 29, is making her directorial debut on the feature about female activists who challenge censorship laws by going topless in public. Esco, who is also an actress, met Cyrus on 2012’s “LOL,” and showed her an early cut of “Free the Nipple” over the summer. That’s when Cyrus agreed to put her own spin on the tune for the film’s closing credits.

Cyrus recorded the song last August in two takes. She’s performed “Look What They’ve Done to My Song, Ma” before, but this version—produced by Nick Littlemore and Peter Mayes—sounds different. “It’s more rock ‘n’ roll,” Esco says. “It’s very Johnny Cash. Her voice is so raw, and the song is so raw.”

Esco started a feminist movement when she coined the phrase “Free the Nipple” in 2013, which has since been championed by Lena Dunham, Liv Tyler and Rihanna. The campaign, which has attracted 122,000 Twitter followers, opposes laws in 37 states that make it illegal for women to show their breasts in public.

“This is about equality,” Esco says. “You can show beheadings on Facebook, but you can’t show breastfeeding. If you’re going to censor nudity and love, you should censor violence.”

She came up with the idea for the movie, and when she started sharing the phrase, it went viral online (this tweetfrom Cyrus helped).

The film, which cost just under $1 million, was shot in six weeks in New York, but Esco ran into problems when police wouldn’t allow her actresses to appear topless in the streets.

“I’m making a movie called ‘Free the Nipple,’ and I can’t show boobs,” Esco says. “I had to go and steal the shots. We went and mapped out all the locations, rehearsed with clothes on and did it all in one take.”

“Free the Nipple” opens in theaters and on VOD on Dec. 12.

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