Miley's tour bus burns down

Last updated 09:21 19/03/2014

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Miley Cyrus' tour bus has been burnt down.

The singer is currently on her Bangerz Tour and her most recent show was in Houston on Sunday.

She's scheduled to play in New Orleans today, but the 21-year-old and her entourage were left shocked when things didn't go smoothly.

Cyrus' 14-year-old sister Noah posted a video and pictures of the star's tour bus as it went up in flames.
"cyrus bus down!!!! (sic)" she wrote on Twitter.

Noah also shared a short clip on Instagram of the burning vehicle.

Luckily nobody was injured and Miley and her family found a safe haven to spend the night.

"Thank u God for keeping us safe," Noah tweeted.

"finally in a hotel. im going to sleep. #noahdown

"Yes, everyone got out safe no one is injured what so ever!! everything is okay!! (sic)"

It's unclear how the fire started, but fans of Cyrus' have speculated it could be to do with church protesters campaigning outside her concerts.

The We Can't Stop singer retweeted a message one follower wrote on March 14.

"These ridiculous church protesters outside the Tulsa @MileyCyrus concert are adding excitement to an already manic scene. Magic! #bangerz (sic)" the post reads.

Cyrus' shows have raised a few eyebrows thanks to her raunchy dance routines and barely-there outfits.

However, the star has stood up for herself and hit back at those critical of her performances.

"I don't think people realise how much energy I put into my shows & how much their bad energy brings me down (sic)," she tweeted.

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