On Sunday (5th July), Miley Cyrus posted a new video on her TikTok profile of herself and boyfriend Cody Simpson. In the video, Miley & Cody performed a routine together to C+C Music Factory’s 1990 song, Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now).
Check out the video below, and follow Miley on TikTok here!
Miley Cyrus has taken to social media to post about July 4th celebrations!
The singer reminded her 111 million followers on social media that not everyone in the United States sees “liberty and justice.”
“This was in 2017,” Cyrus wrote on Instagram, where she posted her introduction to an old “Party in the U.S.A.” performance on Saturday (July 4). “Feels EVEN MORE relevant right NOW. It ain’t a Party In The USA until we see #LibertyandJusticeFORALL you heard me, FOR ALL! #fuckthefourthuntilthereisfreedom.”
Popsugar recently put together 12 times that Miley Cyrushonoured other artists with applause-worthy song covers. Check out their list below!
Sure, we love when Miley Cyrus performs her most popular bangers, but there’s something magical about her covers. Over the years, the 27-year-old singer has crooned quite a few classic tunes from other big-name artists, including Ariana Grande, Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac, and Bob Dylan. She’s also belted out a handful of impressive renditions of Dolly Parton’s “Jolene” and recently wowed viewers with a performance of The Beatles’ “Help!” at a virtual Global Citizen event. In honour of Cyrus’s knack for revering other vocalists, watch her best covers ahead!
“It’s really hard because especially being young, there’s that stigma of ‘You’re no fun,'” she told the outlet. “It’s like, ‘Honey, you can call me a lot of things, but I know that I’m fun.’ The thing that I love about it is waking up 100 percent, 100 percent of the time. I don’t want to wake up feeling groggy. I want to wake up feeling ready.”
To honour Pride month, we put together a Twitter thread of all times Miley Cyrus has been an ally and a supporting member of the LGBTQ+ community.
From opening up to her mom about her sexuality, expressing her love for women, as well as men, when she was only 14 years old; the start of her Happy Hippie Foundation in 2014; and her Mother’s Daughter music video in 2019, which included performers such as Aaron Philips, a black trans girl; Lacey Baker, a non-binary skateboarder; and Casil McArthur, a transgender male model, as well as so many other performers speaking about finding power and freedom in their own self-expression. Miley has been an LGBTQ activist, icon and idol.
Miley Cyrus took part in Global Citizen’s “Global Goal: Unite For Our Future” the concert and the summit on Saturday, 27th June, calling on citizens to tackle global injustices.
Miley sent us some exclusive behind the scene photos, shot by Vijat Mohindra, from her concert performance at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, CA, to share with fans! Find all 6 HQ exclusives in our gallery:
And, 1180 HD screencaptures of Miley during the summit, where she joined Prime Minister of Norway Erna Solberg, journalist Mallika Kapur, and Global Citizen Co-Founder and CEO Hugh Evans discuss the global response to COVID-19:
Kaitlynn Carter spoke out about her previous relationship with Miley Cyrus in a podcast interview with Nick Viall‘s The Viall Files, opening up about her and Miley’s very public breakup in September 2019.
Kaitlynn said her experience, being in a relationship with Miley, if anything made her want to keep her personal life more private, not something you would expect from a reality TV star, as Kaitlynn stars in The Hills: New Beginnings.
“What I’ve really realized is now with dating, I’m super private about it. Since last fall, once that whole situation [with Miley] came to a wrap, I was like, ‘That’s the last time I’m doing a public thing.'”
“We actually did work pretty hard to keep it as private as we could, but it is what it is. It’s so hard to go through a breakup in the public eye, too… It’s so rough. But there’s also a lot to be gained and learned from that,” the reality TV personality expressed.
Listen to the full podcast/interview with Kaitlynnhere.
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.
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