Miley Cyrus hypes new track list, teases Joan Jett, Billy Idol duets

Miley Cyrus is a tease.

With just two weeks until she releases her new album “Plastic Hearts” on Nov. 27, Cyrus is giving her fans palpitations by releasing the track list for her much-anticipated LP.

In her Instagram post, the “Midnight Sky” singer revealed that she will be collaborating with two rock legends — Joan Jett and Billy Idol — on her latest.

Jett, 62 — who Cyrus semi-channeled on a live version of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass” in September — will rock and roll with the 27-year-old pop star on “Bad Karma.” Meanwhile, Idol, 64, will bust out his rebel yell on “Night Crawling.”

And “Plastic Hearts” will feature another all-star guest, this one from Cyrus’ own generation: “Don’t Start Now” diva Dua Lipa appears on the track “Prisoner.”

This news continues the collaboration roll Cyrus has been on lately: Just one week ago, Cyrus released her “Edge of Midnight” remix with Stevie Nicks that mashes up “Midnight Sky” with the Fleetwood Mac queen’s solo hit “Edge of Seventeen.”

And in October, Cyrus released a holiday track, “Christmas Is,” with her godmother Dolly Parton.

But for Smilers — as Cyrus’ faithful fans are called — Christmas is coming early this year, when “Plastic Hearts” drops on Black Friday.

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