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Miley Cyrus Performs “Melancholy” Version Of “Party In The USA” Because It’s A “Sad USA”

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Thanks, Trump.



Miley Cyrus says there'll be a party in the USA if there's a re-election.



Otherwise, it's a sad USA. Be patient, Mils.


Related:
Miley Cyrus Performs “See You Again” On BBC Live Lounge


That's why she performed a mellowed-out rendition of "Party In The USA," which you can watch below:




While you’re here, also check out Miley’s cover of “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face”:



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2 hours ago, danny1994 said:

Oh Miley, it’s your job to entertain us, not to make us sad. :whitney:

If you want to talk politics, work for CNN or something lol

Damned if you do, damned if you don't. Selena got dragged after being on the cover of TIME for never using her platform to discuss political issues, and now Miley is getting dragged for discussing political issues.

You just can't win. :nyheadache:

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8 minutes ago, DMVofficial said:

Damned if you do, damned if you don't. Selena got dragged after being on the cover of TIME for never using her platform to discuss political issues, and now Miley is getting dragged for discussing political issues.

You just can't win. :nyheadache:

That’s actually one thing I respect about Selena, she doesn’t go into those topics. Some people think because they have 100 million followers that their opinion is more important.

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36 minutes ago, DMVofficial said:

Damned if you do, damned if you don't. Selena got dragged after being on the cover of TIME for never using her platform to discuss political issues, and now Miley is getting dragged for discussing political issues.

You just can't win. :nyheadache:

She didn't deserve that cover lol. She's a sweet girl and I wish her the best in health and career, but having the most Instagram followers doesn't put you in the same league as those other women who have really made a mark on society.

 

OT: Miley sounds amazing, I prefer this to the actual studio recording.

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11 hours ago, IUSAtonight said:

Finally she put Britney back in the song. About time :mhm:

 

 

 

4 hours ago, it's so much Better said:

you can not be more authentic than this omg

what do you mean? how did she sing? and for how long? and why? its like the best part of the song :squintney:

She took it out?! I agree with Better, it's the best part of the whole song lol

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9 hours ago, it's so much Better said:

you can not be more authentic than this omg

what do you mean? how did she sing? and for how long? and why? its like the best part of the song :squintney:

 

4 hours ago, Chaoscontrol said:

 

She took it out?! I agree with Better, it's the best part of the whole song lol

Well i haven't watched all her lives but yeah, during the Bangerz era she would replace her with JayZ again. I believe she did it again in a recent performance but I'm not sure

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She's talented, and more importantly, has every right to express her political opinions, just like all of us do. 

21 hours ago, DMVofficial said:

Damned if you do, damned if you don't.

Exactly. Are celebrities' opinions more important than any of ours simply because they're famous? Of course not. But everyone has the right to make their political views known, just as they have the right to keep them private.

Obviously, Miley has chosen to be very outspoken about her beliefs, and I'm sure she's well aware that she may lose some fans who disagree with her point-of-view, which is also their right. So I don't understand why anyone would find this upsetting one way or another.

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On 9/15/2017 at 2:06 PM, danny1994 said:

Oh Miley, it’s your job to entertain us, not to make us sad. :whitney:

If you want to talk politics, work for CNN or something lol

100% agree I love it when a celebrity uses their platform for something good like Britney with the Vegas Cancer foundation and Beyoncé with Harvey but when they use it just to stir up political stuff it's annoying just sing and entertain us. 

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She's already starting a new album

She knows she has a flop on her hands

 

Miley Cyrus may have just reinvented her sound, but she’s already looking forward to the next thing.

The 24-year-old “Malibu” singer sat down with BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge host Clara Amfo from the comfort of her colorful recording studio to talk about her new album Younger Now. And even though the modern country record doesn’t drop until Sept. 29, Cyrus says she’s focusing on what’s next.

“I’ve been holding on to it.” Cyrus said of her music. “I wrote [the album’s first sing] ‘Malibu’ in June of last year and then put it out April/May this year. It’s time. I’ve been holding on to it for too long!”

“I’m already working on the next one. I’m already two songs deep on the next one,” she added. “I’m over this now. I want to figure out what I want to do next. Hopefully I can take some time — chill with the dogs, hand with the pigs a little bit more, take some time off. But just keep writing.”

Of course, that doesn’t mean Cyrus wants fans to overlook the new record — though she admits it might not get the mainstream success it deserves in today’s pop climate.

“I think right now when I listen to the radio, I don’t hear anything like my record,” she said. “And I hope the radio plays it. But there’s this saying that says everybody’s suffering is different,’ and I think everybody’s success is different too. I think what people find that is success to them may not be success to me.”

“I just want people to love the music and I want to love the music, first of all,” Cyrus continued. “I want to be really proud of it and then I hope my fans really love it and then I hope a new fan base really loves it. So I just hope everyone’s proud of it. I’m really happy. I’m stoked.”

Evolving is something Cyrus strives for.

“Naturally, people evolve and for me, music is necessary for a very different reason every year,” she said. “Every year we’re experiencing something new. The environment is crying out for us right now and for me, teaching my fans about responsibility is my no. 1 responsibility now. With Bangerz in 2013, it was freedom. The message is so different for where we’re at politically and socially. So I think that’s driven my music.”

So where exactly will Cyrus be going next?

“I’ve been trying to make my music very hopeful in expressing how great this country’s potential is and how great it really is except for the minority, which is the haters,” she said. “If people can accept a new way of thinking, that will be what our country needs the most. And that’s what I want for my music. It’s a new way of thinking for myself also.”

Aside from the chat, Cyrus also performed on the show — singing her current singles, oldies like “See You Again” and “Party in the U.S.A,” and covering Roberta Flack’s classic “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face.”
 

 

http://people.com/music/miley-cyrus-already-over-new-album/?utm_campaign=peoplemagazine&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&xid=socialflow_twitter_peoplemag

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