Miley Cyrus — Disney pop princess turned professional provocateur, bane of Bristol Palin and former gf of Patrick Schwarzenegger — recently added one elusive title to her pop culture CV: actual artist.

On Tuesday, the 22-year-old “Wrecking Ball” singer received the Inspiration award at amfAR’s annual gala in New York. During a tearful speech, the frequent tabloid star turned her attention to her ‘rents (dad’s “Achy Breaky Heart” one-hit wonder, Billy Ray), and said she hoped the recognition “somehow makes up for all the s— that I do all the time.”

But before that warm and fuzzy moment, Miley pulled a Cyrus and turned things up a bit during the auction portion of the evening. The artiste donated three bedazzled and beglittered puffy paint portraits of Caitlyn Jenner’s buzzy Vanity Fair cover, titled The Caitlyn Collection, and was mock miffed when the bids weren’t high enough. Come on, people, this is fine art and for AIDS research.

“My left boob is bigger than the right – I’ll show you!” Cyrus told the crowd according to People Magazine. “What about $69,000? I’ll clean your house … naked!” (Hmm … now we get what she was sorta-apologizing to her parents for.)

So what exactly are those bonus add-ons worth on the charity market? About $4,000 extra. Cyrus’s pleas bumped the Jenner pieces from $65,000 to $69,000.

Singer Miley Cyrus was brought to tears as she accepted an Inspiration Award at the amfAR gala in New York on Tuesday. Cyrus also helped raise $69,000 for AIDS research through the auctioning of her personal artwork inspired by transgender reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner. (Reuters)