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Miley Cyrus Covers Queen Songs In Concert For Frontline Workers

Miley Cyrus Covers Queen Songs In Concert For Frontline Workers
April 7, 2021 - 01:59 / Hayley Paskevich

On Saturday, Miley Cyrus played a special show for those working on the front lines of the pandemic! Cyrus's set saw her take on Queen, Blondie, and Stevie Nicks— and she even threw in a few of her own songs. Watch the full performance here!

Miley Cyrus recently hit the stage to sing some classic rock for a special audience! On Saturday night, the singer performed at Indianapolis's Lucas Oil Stadium, with a set that saw her cover several of the rock band's biggest hits.

Cyrus also covered songs by Blondie and Stevie Nicks

Cyrus took on the Queen songs "We Will Rock You" and "Don't Stop Me Now," while dressed in an outfit fit for a rock star! She strutted around the stage while wearing a black cropped vest and skinny jeans combo, as well as sunglasses and some bling by designer Loree Rodkin.

Queen wasn't the only iconic '80s artist that the "Midnight Sky" singer covered tunes from during the epic set! Cyrus also performed her renditions of Blondie's "Heart of Glass" and Stevie Nicks' "Edge of Midnight," closing the set with The Guess Who's "American Woman". 

Miley Cyrus performing at the Sunny Hill Festival in Pristina, 2019

Cyrus's performance was part of NCAA Final Four event

Cyrus also performed a couple of her own hits during the event, which was for the NCAA Final Four! "Wrecking Ball" and "We Don't Stop" were on the epic setlist as well. As Entertainment Tonight mentions, Cyrus played to a crowd of essential workers after the Baylor vs. Houston game.

While she recently penned a sweet letter to her past alter ego "Hannah Montana," Cyrus has moved past her Disney days, finding herself with a successful career in rock music! Last November, she released her album Plastic Hearts, which featured collaborations with the likes of Dua Lipa, Joan Jett and more.