Miley Cyrus was touched when she dazzled audiences with her hit Wrecking Ball during the Super Bowl 2021 concert in Tampa on Sunday.
The pop star burst into tears while performing her hit for a crowd of frontline workers being vaccinated.
The 28-year-old singer also shared his words with the audience after his performance, saying, “Sing this song, Wrecking Ball, because you feel completely crushed and shaken … Every illness is different, even everyone’s threshold of pain.
“I wear a lot of shine and I wear a lot of armor, but I also wear my heart on my sleeve and it breaks a lot.”
Miley Cyrus, who took the stage in a black and purple cheerleading uniform, started her show wearing the Hey Mickey Tony Basil’s protective belt, although she changed the text to “Hey Miley”.
The Hannah Montana star also played Prisoner before stepping onto the stage with pop icon Billy Joel. Princess Cyrus also took the time to thank the main staff in the audience before singing glass man from Heart of Blondie.
The former Disney star danced on a motorbike before singing “Head Like A Hole,” “High,” “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart,” and their single “Midnight Sky” which fell apart with Fleetwood Mac’s Edge of Seventeen.
Miley Cyrus, upsetting her prep work for the week-long show leading up to the Super Bowl, ended her concert with a frank performance of “The Climb.”