Miley Cyrus began her week-long residency on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon with two tributes, but two fans, to the victims of Sunday night’s shooting in Las Vegas, who left 59 dead and more than 500 injured. The terrible assault is currently the deadliest shoot in American history.
Instead of playing songs from his new collection, Younger Now, which just dropped a week ago, Cyrus performed Dido’s No Freedom with a little help from the actor Adam Sandler, and a melody that he did not play in front of an audience for a long time his 2009 success “The Climb.”
The new songs have no doubt been in the mind of the singer who starts late. If you have your Live Instagram video throughout the week, you’ve probably heard the belt for your fans in the middle of an interested party. Anyway, you entrust now, and you dedicate to “lives lost, injured and influenced by the lamentable shootings in Las Vegas.” “Jimmy Fallon and I made this show to grieve this terrible opportunity, in addition to using this step to promote solidarity, peace, and joy!” Cyrus wrote on Instagram Monday night.
“So, we started for the current week with a melody that I have not played for years … # TheClimb These words mean more to me than at any time in recent memory …” Keep The Faith “… Sending affection to ALL!”, She finished.
Cyrus opened the show with a touching front of “No Freedom” by Dido, a song she sang for her Happy Hippie Foundation. See his performance with Sandler, which is a very extraordinary performance about adaptation with the artist.