Miley Cyrus Dares Fans To Call Her 1-800 Hotline; Gets Groped In Spain

Miley Cyrus posted a 1-800 number on her social media Monday, along with a photo of herself holding up a pink banana-shaped phone.

"Call me. I dare you. 1-833-SHE-ISMC," Miley wrote. When you dial the number, the first thing you hear is a message from Miley: "Hello, thanks for calling Miley’s hotline. Press 1 if you’re 18 years of age or older. If you’re under 18, hang up!"

If you press 1, you get a recorded personal message from Miley – a different one each time you call – along with a reminder that her new EP, She Is Coming, is out now. You also get the opportunity to leave a voicemail for Miley, which may be used for future promotional purposes.

Miley released the six-song EP on Friday, featuring the lead single "Mother’s Daughter" and the raunchy tune "Cattitude," featuring RuPaul. Wu-Tang Clan member Ghostface Killah guests on "D.R.E.A.M.," while Swae Lee and Mike WiLL Made-It appear on "Party Up The Street."

Miley also dropped a provocative teaser for the music video from "She Is Coming." In the five-second short a pair of lady’s hands getting busy with a cantaloupe, a papaya, a guava and a blood orange, all of which are shot for maximum suggestive effect.

She Is Coming is the first of three EPs from Miley, each of which will contain six songs.

Meanwhile, fans gathered around the entrance to a Barcelona hotel on Sunday to catch a glimpse of Miley and her husband actor Liam Hemsworth.

In a clip posted on Twitter, Hemsworth is walking ahead of Cyrus when a man’s hand is seen touching Miley’s hair and body. His arm then reached around Cyrus’ neck to pull her closer in an attempt to kiss her. Cyrus immediately pushed the man away.

While a source told E! News the musician "always respects her fans’ enthusiasm," the insider noted Cyrus was "certainly unsettled by this." The source also said Miley is "doing fine now."

Cyrus was in Barcelona to celebrate the release of "She Is Coming," and perform at the Primavera Sound Festival.