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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!
Lockdown hasn’t stopped the UK’s best-selling country act from making music in a special collaboration.
The Shires have performed a duet of Miley Cyrus track The Climb with King Calaway. Hertfordshire/Bedfordshire duo Ben Earle and Crissie Rhodes teamed up with the multi-national six-piece to sing the brooding power ballad.
The song has been released as part of King Calaway’s ‘Nashville House Band Series’, in which the group have teamed up with top musical acts across the globe to release collaboration video performances recorded and filmed independently of one another.
Ben and Crissie of The Shires, who headlined St Albans festival Meraki last summer, said: “We were so excited when the boys asked us to do a virtual collaboration as we love their voices and their fresh new sound.
“The Climb is also genuinely one of our all-time favourite songs, so it really felt like the stars had aligned when they suggested it.”
Miley Cyrus has never been one to shy away from covering some of her favorite artists. From inserting covers into concert set lists to starting her own series of acoustic covers through Happy Hippie Presents: Backyard Sessions, Cyrus has a large repertoire of cover tunes.
Billboard has compiled her best covers below (in no particular order).
Miley Cyrus took to social media on Thursday (May 21) to show some love for her sister Noah Cyrus’ new EP, The End of Everything.
“Seeing myself in a bikini for the first time since quarantini ….. @noahcyrus new EP out now! #EndOfEverything,” the elder Cyrus captioned the TikTok video, which features her strutting down a number of stone steps and dancing around to opening track “Ghost” in a chic black string bikini.
The clip comes just days after Noah opened up in a tearful moment to Apple Music about the struggles of growing up in her older sister’s shadow, which she details on EP track “Young & Sad.”
“Being born in the family I was in, everybody gave me such hard time for having a hard time being Miley’s little sister,” the younger Cyrus said during the interview. “But I always felt like I was that person that no one gave a shit about, due to what people said to me online. And it was absolutely unbearable.”
On Thursday, the “Slide Away” singer suited up to celebrate Noah Cyrus’ new EP The End of Everything on TikTok. Donning a black bikini and sporting her new pixie mullet, Miley can be seen descending down an outdoor staircase as she dances along to her younger sister’s song “Ghost.”
“Seeing myself in a bikini for the first time since quarantini…..,” she captioned the post. “@noahcyrus new EP out now! #EndOfEverything.”
Earlier this week, Miley debuted her edgy new chop on Instagram, revealing that her mom Tish Cyrus did the honors of chopping her strands while being walked through the process by celeb hairstylist Sally Hershberger via FaceTime. In January, the “Mother’s Daughter” singer’s hair transformation began with her “modern mullet.”
“Miley wanted to go more punk. She wanted something edgy,” Sally told E! News exclusively. “We went with a modern mullet that she can wear sleek, but also wavy and messy.”
Now that we’ve spent so many moons at home, the temptation to take hair—its length and its color—into one’s own hands is an admittedly strong one. And though the undertaking can be risky, some in-home hairstyles are a cut above others—like Miley Cyrus‘s new punkish pixie. The pop star exchanged her now-iconic mulleted shag for a shorter iteration this week, the chop executed by a dream team comprised of a virtual Sally Hershberger and Miley’s mother, Tish.
Several inches shorter and cut to frame her face to elvish effect, the cut was cultivated after a creative conversation between Miley (currently in Los Angeles) and Hershberger (from the Hamptons), the originators of Miley’s party-in-the-back coiffure. Hershberger led the charge via FaceTime, with Tish turning stereotypes of mom-induced bowl cuts and accidentally abbreviated bangs on their heads, deftly carrying off the transformation. The result is Miley mullet 2.0, the ideal ‘do for elevating sweatpants, playing remote concerts, and all that this present moment entails.
Yesterday (19th May), the 24th Annual Webby Awards honoured Miley Cyrus with a 2020 Webby Special Achievement Award for Bright Minded: Live with Miley, to recognise her “creation of a positive, digital forum to connect and uplift people amid the Covid-19 outbreak”.
For her incredible positivity, and use of digital platforms to connect millions of people and uplift their spirits during the coronavirus outbreak, it is our pleasure to honor Miley Cyrus with a 2020 Webby Special Achievement Award.
The award was presented by Demi Lovato, followed by Miley’s “5 Word Speech”. Watch the video below!
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