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Miley Cyrus performs ‘Flowers’ live for the first time

It is one of the biggest songs of the year and it had not yet been performed live… until now. Miley Cyrus has surprised with her first live performance of ‘Flowers’, her big hit from her recent album ‘Endless Summer Vacation’.

The artist, who has been ignoring awards shows or festivals all year, possibly due to her disdain for macro concerts, offered an intimate performance of the song at a private event in Los Angeles, where few were lucky enough to enjoy it.

Miley Cyrus interacted with the audience and added small changes to the song’s lyrics, such as “Match the roses that you left… now they’re dead!” or “Then remembered I… I don’t know how you can sing while recording!”

In addition, the artist took the opportunity to perform a piece of an unreleased song: “Don’t know if it’s ever gonna stop / I wouldn’t mind if it don’t / Don’t leave me high / Don’t let me down / ‘Cause I want you more.’ The title is not yet known.

Although Miley Cyrus sang ‘Flowers’ at the Endless Summer Vacation (Backyard Sessions), it is surprising that 10 months had to pass from the release of the single to her first live performance, but the reality is that Miley Cyrus is not even thinking about performing tours. The artist will compete for 6 Grammys next February, including the statuette for Song of the Year for ‘Flowers’.

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