Last night (27th July), members of Miley Cyrus‘s band posted some photos on Instagram from a rehearsal session.
A couple of hours later, Miley uploaded a photo onto her Instagram story, which said: “We will We will rock you….. But we’ll also protect you and your loved ones by having socially distanced band practice wearing masks! Rock on w your mask on.”
It was announced last week that Miley will be performing at the 2020 iHeartRadio Festival, which will be held virtually in September. There are also rumours of further performances and new music to be announced!
Are you excited for Miley’s return?
Chartmetric recently completed a study on 12 celebrities who live steamed from their socials during the pandemic and what impact this had on their social growth and engagement. One of their studies was Miley Cyrus launching Bright Minded on 18th March, discussing ways of ‘staying lit in dark times’ during the Covid-19 pandemic.
They focused primarily on Instagram followers and YouTube subscribers as their metric for long-term fan engagement. With Stream Day “Zero” representing the first day an artist or their counterpart began live streaming, the negative and positive numbers to the left and right, respectively, show each performance day before and after.
• In the 48 days before Bright Minded, Miley gained 1,878,399 followers on her Instagram.
• In the 48 days after Bright Minded, Miley gained 2,153,842 followers.
From the few case studies they analysed, it seems that live streaming can only help an artist’s career, whether that’s through their own channels or through other artists’ channels. With all the extra time artists now have to be creative, it’s clear that live streaming isn’t a waste of time when it comes to artists looking to engage with their audiences.
The live experience is simply expanding, and for the music industry, that means understanding how artists can maintain the same sense of mutual engagement they get from concerts while leveraging their digital success when the time comes to hop back on stage.
Miley Cyrus just gave Cody Simpson a new ‘do.
The 27-year-old singer posted a photo of herself giving the 23-year-old artist a fresh haircut. The pic also gave fans a look at her rockin’ style.
“Matching mohawks,” the “Slide Away” star wrote alongside the pic.
Cyrus has debuted a few looks over these past months. In January, she posted a picture of her “modern mullet.”
“Miley wanted to go more punk. She wanted something edgy,” hairstylist Sally Hershberger told E! News in November after she first made the chop. “We went with a modern mullet that she can wear sleek, but also wavy and messy.”
Then, last week, Cyrus shared a photo of her new pixie mullet. In fact, her mom, Tish Cyrus, was the one to trim her tresses—with a little virtual help from Hershberger. The mother-daughter duo even shared a video of the process with Vogue.
“I trained Tish well ;),” Hershberger wrote on Instagram.
US singer Miley Cyrus has demanded justice for George Floyd, who was brutally killed by police in Minnesota.
The Wrecking Ball singer, who is in self-isolation with boyfriend Cody Simpson amid the coronavirus pandemic, turned to Instagram and shared a story where she demanded justice for the slain individual.
Sharing an illustration of George, Miley Cyrus wrote with broken heart emoji, “Justice for George”.
A video circulating shows a police officer suffocating the unarmed African American individual to death.
Earlier, Canadian singer Justin Bieber also raised voice against racism and police brutality after the killing of George. He wrote “this makes me absolutely sick. This makes me angry this man DIED. This makes me sad. Racism is evil. We need to use our voice! Please people. I’m sorry GEORGE FLOYD,” the singer further added.
Britney Spears recently put on another mini-show for her fans, and Miley Cyrus seemed thrilled that the pop superstar decided to get her twirl on to one of her younger sister’s songs.
On Thursday, Britney shared her latest dance video with her 24.3 million Instagram followers. Like many of her past videos, it was filmed inside her palatial living room.
Miley recognized the song as her younger sister Noah’s 2019 single, July. In the comments section of Britney’s post, Miley congratulated Noah on having her talent recognized by the “Stronger” songstress.
“@noahcyrus you made it,” read Miley’s comment, which included a black heart emoji.
Watch Britney’s video below!
Miley Cyrus is having the last laugh—and the last slice!
The “We Can’t Stop” singer has been subjected to a series of untrue rumors for months, and on Wednesday, Cyrus decided to have a little fun of her own. In December, Life & Style reported that the pop star and Patrick Schwarzenegger got married in Miami. The tabloid alleged that Cyrus walked down the aisle to a techno remix of “Here Comes the Bride” and, while reciting her vows, promised to “try to be a faithful wife, but…she couldn’t make any promises.” Per a source, Schwarzenegger said he would marry her if she took his last name. “Then they made out for like five minutes while everyone cheered.” It alleged that the rings were made using rolling papers and a little-person stripper acted as the minister.
Want to know what Miley Cyrus was up to last night?
Well, look no further than her wacky, colorful Instagram page for explicit details on how the pop star spends her free time.
Around midnight last night, the former Disney darling shared a photo of herself smoking what appears to be a blunt that’s bigger than her entire head.
Cyrus credited her longtime pal, Cheyne Thomas for the foot-long joint.
“@Cheythom officially rolls daaaaa fatttttesssst f–king bluntz evvaaaaa tripppple fuckkkinnnn barrel.” We’re guessing that’s one of the highest compliments she’s given. Pun intended.
During an interview with Rolling Stone in 2013, the “Wrecking Ball” crooner revealed that she thinks “weed is the best drug on Earth.”
“One time I smoked a joint with peyote in it, and I saw a wolf howling at the moon,” she told the music mag.
“Hollywood is a coke town, but weed is so much better. And molly, too. Those are happy drugs—social drugs. They make you want to be with friends. You’re out in the open. You’re not in a bathroom. I really don’t like coke. It’s so gross and so dark. It’s like what are you, from the ’90s? Ew.”
Last night (Dec. 28) on Instagram, Miley Cyrus recreated the album cover for Madonna’s Rebel Heart with herself in place of the Material Girl. She captioned the photo, “bitch i’m dj tweaker titz,” referring to the Rebel Heart track, “Bitch I’m Madonna.”
Rebel Heart has been plagued by two rounds of leaks. Madonna responded to the first security breach by releasing finished versions of the leaked songs on iTunes as an album preview. However, not long after her countermove, even more unfinished tracks hit the internet.
Cyrus released Bangerz in October of 2013; it spawned two massive hit singles — “Wrecking Ball,” which reached No. 1 on the Hot 100, and “We Can’t Stop,” which climbed to No. 2. She spent most of 2014 touring behind the album.
Rebel Heart is due for release in 2015.