Miley Cyrus once again amazed her fans with her performance.
Miley Cyrus delivered us with a staggering performance on the Final Four NCAA Concert for Front Line Heroes on Saturday night.
Miley, 28 years old decided to sing some old classic rocks for a wide amount of audience of socially distanced frontline workers. The concert took place in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis right after the Baylor-Houston game.
Miley Cyrus performing on Final Four NCAA Concert
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The Hannah Montana star performed many finely aging songs including Stevie Nicks‘s “Edge of Seventeen”, Blondie‘s “Heart of Glass” and Queens‘s “We Will Rock You” and “Don’t Stop me Now”. Not only that she also performed some of her hits like “Wrecking Ball.”
As for the outfit, Miley decided to go full badass wearing a completely black outfit with a vest, trousers, and lace-up vinyl boots.
Cyrus also took it to her Instagram to share some of the moments she had on stage. Here’s a clip of her walking out onto the stage captioned “⭐️ A STAR IS BORN ⭐️.”
The “Angels Like You” singer also shared some of the clips from behind the scenes from her concert, Some mirror selfies, and an amazing warm-up-soundcheck performance of Queens‘s “Don’t Stop Me Now.”
After the performance, Miley’s dad Billy Ray Cyrus wrote on Twitter–
“Mamaw Ruthie said it best ” Wow Wow Wow !!!!” Excellent performance #finalfour@mileycyrus @CBSI agree …Thank you first responders for your service and sacrifice. PS nice hairdo.”
Zac Clark also shared a tweet regarding her performance, she shared-
@tayshia was passed out. Miley Cyrus sang one-note and she is now dancing around the room like a teenager….0 to 60 would be an understatement here…
Check out Zac’s Instagram for more information regarding it.