Miley Cyrus Owned Thursday night (Sept. 10) Tonight show, In a sharp-shouldered, multi-colored jumping position, while two entrance songs were performed and out of his eye, chatting with host Jimmy Fallon from the colorful “throne” (named “Giza”) designed by Peter Shire Were. David Bowie Jealousy.
Cyrus, of course, had a compelling story about how he sent out when Fallon asked about Millie’s “Midnight Sky” single’s Sly “Age of Seventeen” sample. Stevie Knicks Asked for her blessing to use the song and snippet Fleetwood m .k The singer’s 1981 solo hit. “I said,‘ I have an alternative melody if you don’t want to pay any kind of tribute to you and your greatness and how much you have inspired me, ’Cyrus recalled.
“And he said, ‘You can take an orrow from me at any time,'” Cyrus said, still wondering how artists like Knicks, Godmother Dolly Lee Parton And Punk Godmother John Jet Is “open and welcoming” to the upcoming young artists and is happy to offer them mentorship. “Everyone looks at Stevie Knicks, but he’s had a direct relationship, you know, life-changing and just so important.”
The singer also hailed her blessings and talked about her drive to work as hard as possible, how her sore legs are affected and after a long rehearsal her voice is “burning” and jamming metallica and lead zeppelin. “I love working and I need to have that kind of need and I think one thing that has really been powerful during 2020 is that it’s some amazing release,” she said, adding that all the other artists are excellent. Put music and helped them. , And all of us, go through epidemics.
“This reminds me that I am lucky to be in an industry that can bring this kind of peace and joy,” he said. “There’s something that feels normal knowing everything that I’m in a cheerful chair around my underwear at the disco ball. Somehow it feels like everything in the world is okay.”
Cyrus hit the stage twice, performing with a distant band, fully masked by “Midnight Sky” with the first fog-filled thunder. Channeling in the 1970s Midnight SpecialComplete with a style vibe, song title, and a soft-focused camera with my work green neon sign, she waved a sequin dress with black, bold cut-outs like crooked chairs, deep blue glitzy eyeshadow, and Carter-era mullet. A song about tortured love.
Later, she transformed into a red, sparkly minidress and matching purse, for the re-charged cover of the Hall of Fame 1982 hit “Mater”, in the beat and the pop ditty of her signature raspy vocals, who played Daryl Hall’s silky, Reagan-era pop Smells some extra. And, nothing, she previously explained the cover to Fallon, saying it was a warning to her “future ex-husband” that “I warned you first.”
Check out Cyrus’ performance and chat with Fallon below.
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