Miley Cyrus always finds ways to surprise fans, and she did it again this weekend in London, England.

The 26-year-old singer appeared at London’s G-A-Y Club Heartbreak club Friday night alongside British DJ Mark Ronson to perform their new song, “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart.” Cyrus also performed her 2013 hit “Wrecking Ball” and paid tribute to her RuPaul Drag Race friends by performing a death drop onstage.

Cyrus shared this Instagram video of the impromptu performance:


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Impromptu/1st acoustic performance of Nothing Breaks Like A Heart with @iammarkronson at Club Heartbreak 💔

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Cyrus and Ronson recently released the video for “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart,” which seems to double as a political statement on gun violence from children’s perspective.


The pair of musicians is also set to perform on Saturday Night Live on Saturday (Dec. 15), when Matt Damon takes the stage to host the comedy series’ last episode of 2018.

“Nothing Breaks Like the Heart” is one of the single off Ronson’s first solo album in four years, Late Night Feelings. That record will be released in March.

Cyrus was one of the many celebrities whose house burned down in the California wildfires last month. The artist’s last album was 2017’s Younger Now. 

Ronson has enjoyed much success in recent years. He co-wrote the track “Shallow” with Lady Gagawho also performs the song with Bradley Cooper in her new highly acclaimed movie A Star Is Born. “Shallow” was nominated last week for a Golden Globe for Best Original Song. Andrew Wyatt and Anthony Rossomando are also credited as songwriters on the track.

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