Washington, Apr 30 : Hannah Montana star Miley Cyrus' parents, who are not happy at all with the topless shot of their daughter, have revealed that they were not around when it was taken.
According to a source, Billy Ray Cyrus and his wife Tish had been present at the Vanity Fair shoot all day but had decided to leave before the final, shot was taken.
"They were happy with the photos taken earlier in the day, but they didn't see the photo in question until now," Usmagazine.com quoted the source as saying.
A Vanity Fair rep stated in a statement that the photo had been viewed and approved.
"Since the photo was taken digitally, they saw it on the shoot, and everyone thought it was a beautiful and natural portrait of Miley," the rep said.
Cyrus was pretty embarrassed about the whole thing and is said to be currently hiding out in Nashville.
"She's embarrassed," the source said.
"Her parents are really upset about the situation," the source added.
Her parents have been at the receiving end of Bill O'Reilly, who blasted the "Achy Breaky Heart Singer" for allowing his teen daughter to pose for Vanity Fair in the first place.
"Vanity Fair ... is not her audience at all," he said, adding that he turned her into a "sex symbol" at 15.
He suggested that she appear on the Winfrey show and apologize.
"She should go on Oprah and say, 'We made a mistake, here's why and it won't happen again'," he added.