Miley Cyrus was one of the stars heavily involved in Global Citizen’s ‘Global Goal: Unite for Our Future’ that took place last weekend (Saturday 27th June) with the aim of Global Goal to secure the big bucks needed to ensure COVID-19 tests, and ultimately treatments and vaccines, are available to everyone who needs them.
Miley performed a a “noteworthy” cover of the Beatles “Help!”, but was inspired by Dolly Parton’s version of the song, in an empty Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California.
The word “Help!” was spelled out in HUGE letters across the stadium’s field, with Miley performing the song “Help!” on the exclamation point.
Miley Cyrus spoke to Vogue.com about her Global Goal: Unite For Our Future performance, and what inspired her outfit choices.
Miley performed a cover of Dolly Parton’s version of “Help!” which is originally by The Beatles, with the performance being recorded at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena in California.
The purpose of the concert Global Goal: Unite For Our Future was to end social injustices and continue fighting against COVID-19.
Cyrus also looked to The Beatles’s original album artwork for “Help!” and gave the oversized blue shirts worn by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr a more glamorous twist.
But instead of a tent-like top, Cyrus’s rendition was an ab-revealing gown complete with dazzling crystals, an asymmetric sleeve, and a high slit courtesy of Alexandre Vauthier couture. “I wanted it to stay vibrant and hopeful like the melody of the song,” Cyrus tells Vogue of her look. “I love how this dress represents ‘Glam Rock.’ A little more [David] Bowie than The Beatles—with a nod to Dolly [Parton], whose version of ‘Help!’ I used as inspiration for my cover.” Parton, who is Cyrus’s godmother, is surely proud of the glam end result.
Check out Miley’s full conversation with Vogue below.
Miley Cyrus was one of the first celebrities to adapt to the new COVID-19 world order. Not long after stay-at-home rules were implemented, the singer-actor launched “Bright Minded,” a talk show on Instagram Live with a guest list that has included Elton John, Demi Lovato, Kerry Washington and Selena Gomez. “I loved how there was really no pressure. It was like, if the show went over, if the show had some tech problems, it was just about doing it for the love of it,” she says on Tuesday’s episode of the Variety and iHeart podcast “The Big Ticket.”
Asked if she’s developing “Bright Minded” as a television talk show, Cyrus teases, “We’ll see.”
Before the pandemic, the former “Hannah Montana” star dipped back into acting with a starring role in an episode of the Netflix anthology series “Black Mirror.” She plays Ashley O, a seemingly happy pop star who wants to move on from her controlling manager, her aunt Catherine (Susan Pourfar). When her aunt slips her too many pills, Ashley falls into a coma, but a fan (Angourie Rice) helps her wake up and break free. Cyrus is being submitted for Emmy consideration in the guest actress in a drama series category.
Miley Cyrus Plans Her Next Act—Without Leaving Home
Writing, directing and hosting a talk show, all while on lockdown, Cyrus has a found a new way to inspire and uplift her fans. What does it mean for her future?
Miley Cyrus first rose to stardom as a young teen, playing the title role on Hannah Montana, the popular Disney sitcom that ran from 2006 to 2011. On the show, she played a regular girl who secretly moonlights as a pop star. Then, as she entered her 20s, Cyrus herself emerged as a fully formed, grown-up pop star, crashing into the millennial zeitgeist with hits like “Wrecking Ball.” Since the early days of the Covid-19 crisis, however, the 27-year-old has been experimenting with a new role: talk show host. “It’s hilarious people call this a TV show when it’s just Instagram Live,” Cyrus says from isolation at her home in Calabasas, California, where on weekdays at 11:30 a.m. she has been broadcasting her interview program, Bright Minded: Live with Miley, to her 107 million followers. The show is also uploaded to her YouTube channel. (Full disclosure: I am YouTube’s director of fashion and beauty.)
Miley stopped by ‘Howard Stern’ for an interview and performance of a Xmas duet with Robin Quivers on Wednesday morning’s (Dec. 12) show.
After spending all week teasing that “one of the biggest stars in music” was going to visit his Sirius XM show this week to debut a Christmas duet with co-host Robin Quivers, Howard Stern finally pulled back the curtain to reveal friend of the show Miley Cyrus on Wednesday morning (Dec. 12).
And while the “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” singer’s loving run through “Silent Night” with a quavery Quivers was good for laughs, Miley actually revealed some major news during her hour-long appearance.
First up, she confirmed that Sean Ono Lennon will be joining her and “Heart” producer Mark Ronson on Saturday Night Live this weekend for a performance of the John Lennon/Yoko Ono Christmas classic “Happy Xmas (War is Over).” “It’s just so magic every time we sing it…goosebumps all over the place,” Cyrus said of their special rendition of the holiday plea for peace.
You can always count on Miley Cyrus to do things her way—even when it comes to Easter. While the rest of us will be busy breaking out the Paas egg kits or stockpiling Cadbury chocolates, the pop star has something glitzier planned. “[I’m] going to a drag show . . . duh!” Cyrus told us via e-mail from Los Angeles. But enjoying a drag revue isn’t the only thing Cyrus has in store for the weekend. By celebrating the event with a special series of images by photographer Vijat Mohindra, she is continuing a tradition begun earlier this year in which every holiday is marked by a new photographic statement, a kind of social media calendar. “It started with Valentine’s Day on a shoot with Ellen von Unwerth, went into St. Paddy’s Day partying with some friends, and now it’s Easter,” said Cyrus. “I’m excited that Vogue wants to get involved and celebrate with me!”
Miley Cyrus kicked off her week of performances on the ‘Tonight Show’ last night with a special tribute performance of’No Freedom’ cover by Dido, with a special guest performer Adam Sandler, in honour of those affected in the Las Vegas massacre.
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