STEPHEN BRASHEAR/Invision/APMiley Cyrus performs during the opening show of the Bangerz Tour

STEPHEN BRASHEAR/Invision/APMiley Cyrus performs during the opening show of the Bangerz Tour

Madonna accused of ripping off Miley Cyrus

Is Madonna copying Miley Cyrus?

Life & Style has some compelling photo and video evidence that the 55-year-old pop diva is working mighty hard to keep up with the 20-something crowd.

In the past few months, the Material Girl has bonded with 21-year-old Cyrus, and is seemingly inspired by the twerk-tastic queen. The magazine counts the ways that Madge is morphing into Miley.

Among them: battling booty pops on video and Instagram; mighty bling on their teeth (“Girrrrl, I Wanna See Your Grill” is the magazine’s caption); wearing cowboy hats and boots and sticking out their tongues on an MTV “Unplugged” special; displaying their tongues again in selfies taken in showers; and finally, in a video performance together of “Don’t Tell Me/We Can’t Stop” on MTV.

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