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The people of the Dominican Republic won’t be able to “adore” Miley Cyrus in the flesh.

The “NY Post” reports that the singer’s concert in the country has been banned by the government.

A government commission released a statement noting that Miley often “undertakes acts that go against morals and customs, which are punishable by Dominican law,” per the “Post.”

Those antics might include allegedly smoking marijuana onstage at MTV's European Music Awards and her penchant for twerking.

The pop star has been selling tickets since July, but knowing Miley, she’ll just stick her tongue out and move on.

She already has more shows scheduled in Puerto Rico and Mexico for September.

There has been a rash of cancelled concerts around the world lately, particularly in Israel.

But those cancellations form stars like Madonna and the Backstreet Boys have been linked to ongoing hostilities in the country, not because of any objection to the material.

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