Thankyou all for your donations for Cyrus . 42. Playa checks in at the Saints HQ, where Pierce and Oleg are again playing a game of chess. Honestly, a great question to ask in 2020. Noah reaches bigger than she did on her studio take of the song, proving she can hold her own just fine against Miley.

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STAG's "mission accomplished" banner from the, This article contains no references. It’s the perfect time to take a look back at the highs and lows of Cyrus’s covers discography. When they revived the cover at Grande’s “One Love Manchester” concert, it took on new meaning as a song of resilience, even as it provided a much-needed moment of levity. Noah Cyrus and Jimmie Allen were in perfect harmony during the CMT Music Awards on Wednesday night. 36.

“Head Like a Hole” (Nine Inch Nails), Black MirrorIt can be hard to tell how good we’re supposed to think a TV music performance actually is: Is Cyrus just covering Nine Inch Nails on her Black Mirror episode for the bit, or did she actually want us to enjoy this? Make a choice on whether to keep Josh Birk or hand him over to Cyrus Temple, it only influences the rewards for completing the mission. Does it veer on too much at times? Her raspy belt makes the song sound bigger than you ever thought it could, before she reigns her voice back in for smooth runs that string you along. The kindness is Magical .

“Wildflowers” (Tom Petty) with Billy Ray Cyrus, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

And she has the voice to back it up — one that can effortlessly traverse pop, rock, country, and soul. “True Trans Soul Rebel” (Against Me!) 29.

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But if her song as Ashley O charted, then let’s give this performance its due, too.

It’s not a memorable cover (especially when it comes to Dylan), but it’s a nonetheless committed performance of the song.

“A Day in the Life” (the Beatles) with the Flaming Lips and New Fumes, With a Little Help from My FwendsThis Beatles cover is less obnoxious than Cyrus’s other Flaming Lips team-up, even tolerable when it comes to her bridge. Her voice is as entrancing as the elixir she’s singing about, but she performs with unmatched control, pushing and pulling the notes toward a huge, stunning finale.

During the show, the singers performed their hit … Doing a straightforward acoustic cover of this song just reveals that, sorry, it’s a little boring.