Owned by Miley Cyrus on Thursday night (September 10) Tonight’s show, Performing two catchy songs and chatting with her eye-popping host Jimmy Fallon, the colorful “throne” (named “Giza”) designed by Peter Shire, a sharp-shouldered, multi-colored jumpsuit Wearing which would have jealous David Bowie. .
When Phelan asked Miley’s “Midnight Sky” sample of the sly “Edge of Seventeen”, Cyrus had a surprising story about how he sent the song to Stevie Nicks and used a snippet of Fleetwood Mac He asked for his blessings. 1981 solo singer. “I said, ‘I have an alternate melody, if you don’t want to pay tribute to yourself and your greatness and how much you’ve inspired me,” Cyrus recalled.
“And he said, ‘You can borrow from me anytime,” Cyrus said, still shocked at how “open and welcoming” artists like Nick, godmother Dolly Parton, and punk godmother Joan Jett are to young artists. Let’s offer to come and be happy. Recommend them. “Everyone looks up to Stevie Nick, but being a direct relationship is, you know, life-changing and just important.”
The singer also counted her blessings and talked about working as hard as possible to talk about her campaign, describing how her legs hurt after a long day of rehearsal and her voice was “burning. Is “and jammed Metallica and Led Zeppelin. “I love working and I need to and I think one thing that is really powerful through 2020 is that there are some amazing releases,” he said, giving props to all other artists Gave great music and helped them, and we all get through the epidemic.
“It just reminds me of how lucky I am to be in an industry that can bring such peace and happiness,” she said. “It’s something that makes everything feel more normal knowing that I’m on a weird chair swinging around in my underwear on a disco ball. Somehow it feels like everything in the world is right and good.”
Cyrus struck the stage twice, first kicking through “Midnight Sky” with a foggy-sliced thunder, performing with a completely masked, distant band. Channel in the 1970s Midnight special-Style vibe, complete with the song title and a green neon sign with soft-focus camera work, she rocked a cherry black, sequinned dress with a daring cut-out, deep blue glitter eyeshadow and a Carter-era mullet, as in That he had crooned. Song about a tortured love.
She later returned, in a red, sparking minidress and matching purse, for a revived cover of Hall & Oates’ 1982 hit “Mancutter”, beating Pop Dirty with a touch of Nashville Giddyup and turning her signature rasp vocals . Joe puts some extra stanks on Daryl Hall’s silky, Reagan-era pop / soul original. For nothing else, she first explained the cover to Fallon by saying that it was a warning to her “future ex-husband” that “I gave your first warning.”
Watch Cyrus’ performance and chat with Fallon below.