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LiveNation recently uploaded an “Artist Journey” video for Miley Cyrus.
After transitioning from Hannah Montana to Miley Cyrus in 2007 during her debut tour, Miley launched her musical career as a pop-rock goddess. She set out on 4 more concert tours over the years and has headlined several festivals around the globe. In 2019, she headlined both Primavera and Glastonbury. Miley Cyrus has played over 350 concerts across 5 tours around the world.
For about two months while quarantining together in Los Angeles, Cody Simpson and Miley Cyrus were watching RuPaul’s Drag Race every week.
“Basically because Miley’s such a huge fan of it, and it got me into it,” Simpson explains to BAZAAR.com. The 23-year-old singer appreciated the art form, but he was a newbie to the hit reality series. “I liked the culture. I liked the way it’s been incorporated also into music and art, and specifically into rock music. I hadn’t really seen a full episode of RuPaul, so I got into watching it every Friday.”
Then one night, he decided to try a bit of drag himself. “Miley was organizing her makeup in the bathroom, and I come in, and I’m looking at the lipsticks and things. And I asked her to make me up. I thought it’d be fun,” he recalls. “It kind of turned into her fully doing me up, and I really enjoyed it. I really liked the experience, and that’s when we first started talking about, ‘Let’s do this, let’s incorporate this into an actual visual, into a music video.’”
And that they did. The couple collaborated on the video for Simpson’s new song, “Captain’s Dance with the Devil,” in which the singer cycles through a number of campy, avant-garde ensembles, from a sailor’s costume to a pair of leather pants (and nothing else) to fishnet tights, a red lip, and an assortment of jewels.
ALMA recently opened up to People about her rise to fame and collaborating with Miley Cyrus.
ALMA has cowritten multiple hits with Cyrus, including the riotous “Mother’s Daughter,” divorce kiss-off “Slide Away” and the latest Charlie’s Angels theme, “Don’t Call Me Angel” (with Ariana Grande and Lana Del Rey).
“We met at a party and she was like, ‘Hey, your album is super cool,’ and I was just like, ‘Yep. You’re Miley Cyrus and you’re super cool too.’ I’ve always been a Miley fan and I love powerful, female artist who does what the f— they want to do — and she’s like queen of that,” ALMA says.
The artists hit it off immediately after they met.
“Literally, the next day we were in the studio and we were making music and actually, the first song we did together was ‘Slide Away.’ I feel like we were in the same place in life, like we had same things in our head and it was a connection we both really needed,” ALMA says. “It was just so easy to write all of the songs. It was like we’re not trying much — they just came. We both have the same energy: It’s just very fast and very real and very honest.”
When you’re sharing your mirror selfies with an audience of millions, it’s not enough just to have a great outfit — your smartphone’s got to look stylish, too.
And for many celebrities, from Bella Hadid to Dua Lipa, that means a Wildflower case. The brainchild of Los Angeles sisters Devon and Sydney Carlson, the tech accessories brand was born in 2012, when the duo had a life-changing encounter with Miley Cyrus at the local mall.
“We went out to dinner with our parents, and my sister and I got up to use the bathroom. While we were waiting in line, Miley Cyrus walked out of the bathroom stall,” Devon, now 25, told Page Six Style. “Back then, being 17, I was absolutely obsessed with Miley; I thought that meeting her would make my life complete.”
The elder Carlson sister quickly mustered up the courage to ask her idol for a picture. “Sydney took a photo of us, and Miley asked where she got her phone case. My mom had handmade them for us for Easter, using fabric and studs,” she continued. “She said she’d never seen anything like it.”
When Cyrus learned who was behind the unique design, she immediately asked to meet their mother Michelle, who just so happened to have a few more of her custom cases stashed in her bag.
“Miley came over to our table, tapped our mom on the shoulder and told her she had to start a company,” Devon said. “She ended up taking a couple of cases, and asked me what my Twitter handle was. Then, she tweeted a picture of the case, and tagged me!”
The European Commission doesn’t need Donald Trump. It has Miley Cyrus.
The U.S. president hasn’t joined the EU’s global fundraising drive to fight the coronavirus pandemic, but Cyrus and other American celebrities and big-name philanthropists are now on board as the EU-led push to raise money for tests, therapies and vaccines shifts into its second phase.
So far, the Commission’s Coronavirus Global Response has raised €9.8 billion, and Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced Thursday that the EU would partner with Global Citizen, the New York-headquartered worldwide anti-poverty movement, to initiate the campaign’s second phase, called “Global Goal: Unite For Our Future.”
The goal now is to raise donations from everyone — not just major countries and philanthropists — to help find diagnostics, therapeutics and vaccines to fight coronavirus. The second big pledging event will be hosted on June 27.
“This is the only way to overcome this pandemic and to avoid another,” von der Leyen said. “Everyone can contribute to life-saving medical innovation, to make coronavirus history and to make history in uniting the world.”
Global Citizen has announced its first initiative since the “One World: Together at Home” special, a program that is enlisting celebrities like Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, J Balvin and Justin Bieber to lobby governments and corporations for funding of coronavirus relief funding and programs.
Named “Global Goal: Unite for Our Future,” the campaign will also have music, film and TV stars recording PSAs to “help rally the public to call on their world leaders to commit the funding needed to ensure equal access to the tools needed to fight COVID-19.”
Among those named as offering “exclusive rewards” for fans who take action A— including “including digital happy hours, cooking lessons, private concerts, and more” — are Adam Lambert, Lang Lang, Padma Lakshmi, Fher of the Mexican rock band Maná, Dionne Warwick, Chloe X Halle, Femi Kuti, and Rachel Brosnahan.
Others joining Global Citizen’s efforts for the new campaign are Chris Rock, Coldplay, Hugh Jackman, Idris & Sabrina Elba and Shakira.
Global Citizen is a social action platform for a global generation that aims to solve the world’s biggest challenges. On their platform, you can learn about issues, take action on what matters most, and join a community committed to social change. They believe we can end extreme poverty because of the collective actions of Global Citizens across the world. Register to become a Global Citizen and start taking action today: https://www.globalcitizen.org.
Support the Global Goal and sign their petition here. Watch Miley’s video message below!
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 Instagramfollowers 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.
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