Miley Cyrus’ latest Younger Now offering is here in the form of a twangy, country-tinged break-up waiting to happen: “Week Without You.”
The new track, released Thursday (Sept. 21), finds Cyrus fantasizing about taking a week-long break from her lover in favor of “kissing other dudes” and “laying out in the sun” with her girls. “If I spent a week without you, huh, I’d probably have so much fun,” the 24-year-old drawls, though she admits in the end, “you know I’d miss you, baby.”
“Week Without You” comes ahead of Cyrus’ upcoming performance at iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas on Sept. 23. The rollicking, tongue-in-cheek song follows up “Malibu,” “Inspired” and the album’s title track, which Cyrus dropped in August.
Check out “Week Without You” below. Younger Now is due Sept. 29.
Miley’s cover of Lana Del Rey’sSummertime Sadness currently holds the record as most viewed Radio 1 Live Lounge video of all time, but we think Miley Cyrus might just snatch her own crown after her latest acoustic session.
Performing in front of friends, family and the lucky Radio 1 crew (Clara, we’re looking at you!), Miley blew the rainbow-striped roof off of the recording studio that just so happens to be located in her garden. How’s that for a commute?! Not shabby, Cyrus. Not shabby at all.
But first, before our ears were blessed by Miley’s music lab (her words, not ours!), Grimmy caught up with the star to ask if his invite got lost in the post…
Miley Cyrus performed “Younger Now” for Thursday’s “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” She even incorporated the talk show host into her act.
Earlier in the show, DeGeneres unveiled her own version of the “Younger Now” music video, in which she amusingly inserted herself into the scenes. Keeping the old-school vibe, the comedienne grilled Cyrus about her love life with Liam Hemsworth by using survey questions from a 1970s edition of Cosmopolitan. They learned the magazine was actually kind of sexist back in the day. And, bringing it all full circle, DeGeneres had the singer-actress teach her how to be a millennial.
Miley Cyrus’s full appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show airs today, where in addition to donating $500,000 to Hurricane Harvey relief, the singer also discussed her life with fiancé Liam Hemsworth. DeGeneres had a clever little way to get Cyrus to spill some particularly intimate details about the two, using Cyrus’s recent Cosmopolitan cover as an excuse to ask multiple choice quiz questions from vintage ’70s Cosmo magazines.
And these were pretty raunchy questions. Hearing just the beginning of the first one—”your sex life with your lover—”—was enough to get Cyrus flustered. “My grandma’s in the audience!” Cyrus pointed out.
But in true Miley style, she did answer frankly. DeGeneres asked, “Your sex life with your lover can best be compared to: a) a roller coaster ride, b) a luxury cruise or c) a commuter trip on a concorde—”
Miley Cyrus taught Ellen DeGeneres how to feel “Younger Now.”
The TV host invited the singer onto The Ellen DeGeneres Showto help her better understand millennials.
“One thing people my age don’t understand are millennials,” DeGeneres, 59, said, “and I don’t like ignorance. So, I want us all to be open and try to understand one another. So, I asked one of my friends to help me bridge the gap between millennials and my generation.”
In a segment the host referred to as “Mileyennial,” DeGeneres asked Cyrus, 24, a series of questions about the younger generation. Here are a few things they covered:
“Food photos are just kind of like a celebration of life,” Cyrus explained. “I think we take, you know, food for granted and a photo helps remind us of the beauty that’s in front of us every single day.”
Cyrus told DeGeneres that she shared her own food photo this summer to celebrate the fact that she’s vegan.
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Miley Ray Cyrus (born Destiny Hope Cyrus; 23 November, 1992) is an American singer, songwriter and actress. Miley has released 6 studio albums & 2 EPs to date.
In 2014, Miley founded The Happy Hippie Foundation, a nonprofit organisation that rallies young people to fight injustice facing homeless youth, LGBTQ youth and other vulnerable populations.
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