At the iHeartRadio Music event, fans of Miley Cyrus were in for a treat as she performed her hit single “Wrecking Ball” live. This song is known for its powerful message and is the second single from her album “Bangerz.” It’s no surprise that it topped the H๏τ 100 chart, and her performance left the audience captivated during her four-song set.
Miley Cyrus delivered an impactful rendition of her popular track, “Wrecking Ball,” during her set at the iHeartRadio Music Festival Village on September 21st. The song, which served as the second single off her “Bangerz” album, was a significant chart-topper on the H๏τ 100 chart. The festival village was an exciting daytime extension of the yearly iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas.
As the clock struck 1:30 pm PT, the charming 20-year-old music icon stepped into the limelight and was welcomed by an excited audience. She looked stunning wearing a white outfit that perfectly hugged her figure. To kick off her performance, she chose to sing her sensational hit, “We Can’t Stop,” while accompanied by dancers who were dressed as eye-catching rainbows and mushrooms. What surprised the crowd next was when Cyrus got a trio of little people to dance on stage before singing “Party In The U.S.A.” and a Melanie Safka’s cover “Look What They’ve Done To My Song, Ma.” Finally, to wrap up her performance on an emotional note, she gave a heart-touching rendition of her famous song, “Wrecking Ball.”
Despite the scorching heat, Cyrus expressed her appreciation to her audience for attending her show. She acknowledged the significance of her first-ever song “Wrecking Ball” topping the H๏τ 100 chart. Accompanied by a group of talented musicians including three guitarists, a keyboardist, a drummer, and two backing vocalists, Cyrus delivered an authentic and genuine performance of “Wrecking Ball.” With no superficiality or fake behavior, she paced back and forth on stage, belting out the chorus with fervor and passion. The iHeartRadio Village, which was located opposite the Luxor on the Vegas strip, hosted a series of 20-minute performances by a variety of artists such as Avril Lavigne, Krewella, the Wanted, and Jason Derulo, among others.
Cyrus is in for a hectic weekend as she’s scheduled to perform at the iHeartRadio Music Festival on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, where she’ll be joined by some of music’s biggest names, including Justin Timberlake, Paul McCartney, Drake, and Bruno Mars.