Miley Cyrus has been spotted passionately kissing blonde Victoria's Secret Angel Stella Maxwell.
In new pictures obtained by MailOnline, Miley, 22, who recently came out as bisexual, can be seen locking lips with the 24-year-old model during a break from filming her new music video in Hollywood.
Sporting a sequinned gold minidress and raunchy knee-length boots, former Disney star Miley threw her arms around Stella while the stunning blonde cupped Miley's pert bottom with one hand.
Stella, wearing a cropped denim jacket and black catsuit, held Miley by the waist with her other hand as they indulged in an extremely passionate PDA.
Between kisses the pair were seen whispering to one another.
Both appeared to be aware aware they were being photographed as they looked directly towards the camera before dancing around the parking lot together.
Miley and the model, who is Northern Irish but was bought up in Belgium and New Zealand, met through Miley's assistant and close friend Cheyne Thomas.
Stella though joked during an interview with V Magazine earlier this year that the two 'met through Grindr', the gay and bisexual dating app.
Stella has been jet-setting around the world with Miley over the past few months, with the two enjoying trips to Las Vegas and the South by Southwest festival in Texas.
They both feature heavily on each other's Instagram pages, cosying up for selfies, while two weeks ago Miley shared a photoshopped snap of the two holding hands with a mini Miley, with the star jokingly captioning the pic: 'mileycyrus@stellamaxwell & me with our future mini mc bb'.
Miley was previously engaged to Hunger Games actor Liam Hemsworth and dated Patrick Schwarzenegger for five months until they split earlier this year.
The singer has never named a female lover but has been open about her bisexuality, telling Paper Magazine recently, 'I am literally open to every single thing that is consenting and doesn't involve an animal and everyone is of age. Everything that's legal, I'm down with. Yo, I'm down with any adult - anyone over the age of 18 who is down to love me.'
The Tennessee native added, 'I'm just equal. I'm just even. It has nothing to do with any parts of me or how I dress or how I look. It's literally just how I feel.'
She talked more about her sexuality when interviewed by Time about her collaboration with Happy Hippie - her non-profit dedicated to helping homeless and LGBT youth - and Instagram to spread positive images of gender-nonconforming people with her #InstaPride campaign.
She said: 'There are times in my life where I've had boyfriends or girlfriends. And there are times where I just love being with myself and don't want to give part of myself away to someone else ... I think that's a new freedom for women, especially.'
She has also described the moment she opened up about her sexuality to her mother Tish when she was 14. 'I remember telling her I admire women in a different way,' she explained to Paper Magazine earlier this year.
'And she asked me what that meant. And I said, "I love them. I love them like I love boys." And it was so hard for her to understand.
'She didn't want me to be judged and she didn't want me to go to hell. But she believes in me more than she believes in any God. I just asked for her to accept me. And she has.'
The Wrecking Ball admitted she when she was with women, she felt she needed to 'protect' them and be 'macho.' The subject was broached when she talked about being around 'overly macho energy.'
The Hannah Montana star said, 'That made me feel like I had to be a femme-bot, which I'm not. And then when I was with a girl, I felt like, 'Oh s***, she's going to need someone to protect her, so I'm going to need to have this macho energy.' And that didn't feel right either.'
Cyrus told Time she started crying when she looked at the older heterosexual couples around her when enjoying Valentine's Day with a male date in a restaurant this year.
'All the women in the restaurant were with these older, fat men that had just let themselves go,' said Cyrus.
'They were just being drunk bastards. And then the women were sitting there, trying so hard just to look good. And they're ignoring them the whole time.
Miley added, 'And I thought, 'I'm not living like this. If I end up in a straight relationship, that's fine—but I'm not going to be with f***ing slob guys who are watching porn, making all their girls feel ugly.'
She said her parents Billy Ray Cyrus and Tish Cyrus have something to do with her gender thoughts.
'I don't associate men and protection necessarily,' she said.
'I think that's what's given me the openness of sexuality. Not that my dad wasn't an awesome protector, but I trust my mom to save me. She's the prince. I never had that fairy tale.'
As far as dating, it is easy for her to find a lover, but not a soul mate.
'F***ing is easy. You can find someone to f*** in five seconds. We want to find someone we can talk to. And be ourselves with. That's fairly slim pickings,' said the We Can't Stop singer.
She then talked about social media, explaining how it can make people feel bad.
'You look at Instagram and you think, 'Oh, I don't look that way.' And it makes you feel like s***. You start scrolling and you see all these people you'll never be like and they have so many followers and so many friends.'