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.
Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus are releasing a new single together this week. It’s called “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart,” and it looks like they’ll be performing it on Saturday Night Live just in time for Christmas.
SNL just released the list of hosts and performers for the first three Saturdays in December. Rounding out the schedule is a 12/15 episode with host Matt Damon, which features Ronson and Cyrus as the musical guests.
Earlier this year, Ronson and Diplo joined forces for an album under the name Silk City, and Ronson helped write “Shallow” from the A Star Is Born soundtrack. Cyrus has been quiet on the musical front this year after flopping with 2017’s attempted reboot Younger Now.
“Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” is out this Thursday, 11/29. Given that Ronson has top billing on the song and the show, it seems safe to assume this new single will be part of his next solo project, the follow-up to 2015’s Uptown Special. It’ll have to be pretty good to live up to “Uptown Funk.”
Miley Cyrus wiped her Instagram account clean on Monday (Nov. 26), replacing it with a cryptic video that hints at a new collaboration with Mark Ronson.
The brief clip shows a red disco ball-like broken heart spinning slowly while dramatic violin-driven music plays in the background. The 26-year-old “Malibu” singer tagged Ronson and captioned her post with the date 11/29.
While Cyrus didn’t leave many more hints, Ronson confirmed that the song was coming, retweeting, “@MileyCyrus has finally returned to social media, and reveals that her new single, ‘Nothing Breaks Like a Heart’ with @MarkRonson is coming out this Thursday, November 29th.”
Get excited Smilers, because Miley Cyrus is about to drop a new single just in time for Christmas.
The pop star will reportedly release a new song titled “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” and is produced by the talented Mark Ronson, who recently worked with Dua Lipa and Diplo on dance smasher “Electricity”.
According to the BBC, Miley will premiere the track during the December 7 episode of The Graham Norton Show.
If the reports are true it will be Miley’s first new music offering in over a year. Her last album Younger Now which featured hit single “Malibu” dropped in 2017!
It has been a long time coming as Miley wiped her Instagram back in July which these days signals the next big musical chapter.
New music will hopefully bring some light and happiness for Miley as she sadly lost her Malibu home in the terrifying California wildfires.
In the age of social media, there are a handful of reasons why a celebrity might go completely dark on Instagram. Sometimes, it’s the result of mean comments from fans (like when Justin Bieber completely removed all pics — including so many shirtless selfies — from his Insta). Other times, it’s because they have something ~major~ in the works, like we saw from Taylor Swift last summer.
Last week, fans noticed that Miley Cyrus went completely MIA on Instagram. (Yep, even her romantic photos of Liam are nowhere to be found — sob!) If you go to Miley’s page right now, you’ll see that her profile picture has been replaced with a black circle, and all of her pics are gone. Her Twitter, on the other hand, still has all of its content, but both her profile and header photo have been completely wiped.
The star claims the pop singer has reached out to them
Miley Cyrus has reportedly expressed a desire to collaborate with a RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars winner.
Drag queen Trixie Mattel was recently crowned winner of the third series of the spin-off from the main Drag Race series.
In an interview with NME, Mattel was asked who she would love to collaborate with. After citing Jason Isbell, Aimee Mann, and Kacey Musgraves, she added Cyrus to the list. “She messaged me saying we should write a song sometime, but in famous world that probably means it’s never going to happen,” she said.
Some of the biggest artists are celebrating Elton John‘s musical legacy with two albums: Revamp (Island Records) and Restoration(Universal Music Group Nashville), both out Apr. 6. They will celebrate John’s decades of hits, which he produced with songwriter Bernie Taupin.
Revamp features songs reimagined by Mary J. Blige, Alessia Cara, Coldplay, Miley Cyrus, Florence and the Machine, Lady Gaga, The Killers, Mumford andSons, Pink and Logic, Q-Tip and Demi Lovato, Queens of the Stone Age, Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith. The album has a pop art cover, based on a Terry O’Neil photograph of John, and it was recreated in neon. “We have two completely different albums; Revamp being the pop one and Restoration being the country one. God, we have so many great artists doing our songs, it’s quite incredible,” John said in a statement. “On Revamp I wrote out a wish list of people that I would love and asked them,” he added. “To my surprise most of them said yes, and we have quite an astonishing eclectic crew.”
Miley Cyrus is being sued for $300 million (£215m) in a copyright infringement case involving her 2013 hit ‘We Can’t Stop’.
‘We Can’t Stop’ was the first single from Cyrus’ career-transforming fourth album ‘Bangerz’. Jamaican songwriter Michael May, who performs under the name Flourgon, claims that the track infringes upon his 1988 single ‘We Run Things’.
May filed a complaint on Tuesday (March 13), Reuters reports, with producers Mike WiLL Made-It and Rock City (Timothy and Theron Thomas), Cyrus’ manager Larry Rudolph, plus the labels RCA Records and Sony Music also named in the suit.
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