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Miley Cyrus Pays Homage To Wrecking Ball Video At VMAs

Miley Cyrus Pays Homage To Wrecking Ball Video At VMAs

Miley Cyrus paid homage to her 2013 hit 'Wrecking Ball' by hopping onto a giant disco ball at last night's MTV Video Music Awards.

This year's socially-distanced VMAs were quite different to previous events, but Miley was there to put on a performance of her new track 'Midnight Sky'.

The 27-year-old wore a sheer black dress with sparkly polka dots, but before her performance she stripped down to a black sparkly vest top and a pair of undies before jumping onto the massive glitter ball and belting out her new song live.

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It was reminiscent of the video to her song 'Wrecking Ball' which saw Miley naked, apart from a pair of boots, swinging about on a wrecking ball.

Credit: Courtesy of MTV
Credit: Courtesy of MTV

Believe it or not the song was released seven years ago last week.

Posting a clip of the video on her Instagram, Miley wrote: "Seven years of Wrecking Ball. My concept of time is completely askew. Feels like a lifetime ago... but somehow only yesterday.

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"Thank you for all the support you gave me then and of course the love you're continuing to show my art today. Forever grateful and inspired."

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Miley won two VMAs last night - for best art direction and best editing for her 'Mother's Daughter' music video.

Elsewhere, Lady Gaga picked up five awards - artist of the year, song of the year, best cinematography, best collaboration with her song 'Rain on Me', and the Tricon Award.

She also showed off an impressive array of outfits, including one which had a sort of goldfish bowl over her head.

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After accepting one award, Gaga urged people to wear a mask.

She told the audience: "Just because we're separated right now, and culture may feels less alive in some ways, I know a renaissance is coming.

"The wrath of pop culture will inspire you and the rage of art will empower you as it responds to hardship with its generosity and love. This is what I believe. I want nothing more than to be your artist in 2020, it's a total privilege.

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"Stay safe, speak your mind, and I might sound like a broken record, but wear a mask - it's a sign of respect."

Featured Image Credit: Courtesy of MTV

Topics: Celebrity, Music

Claire Reid

Claire is a journalist at LADbible who, after dossing around for a few years, went to Liverpool John Moores University. She graduated with a degree in Journalism and a whole load of debt. When not writing words in exchange for money she is usually at home watching serial killer documentaries surrounded by cats. You can contact Claire at [email protected]