WATCH: Miley Cyrus Rocks NCAA’s Final Four
Miley Cyrus rocked the stadium during the NCAA men’s final four on Saturday night.
The 28-year-old singer performed for a socially distanced audience of frontline workers following the Baylor-Houston game, which Baylor won to advance to the championship game against Gonzaga on Monday.
Cyrus performed a bevy of classic rock hits, kicking off her 18-minute show with Queen’s “We Will Rock You,” and “Don’t Stop Me Now,” which flowed into her own hit, “We Can’t Stop.” She covered Blondie’s “Heart of Glass” and and sang her Stevie Nicks mash-up “Edge of Seventeen.” She finished off the concert with her song “Wrecking Ball” and The Guess Who’s “American Woman.”
Her rock and roll voice was matched by her look; she sported her blonde mullet, smokey eyeshadow, a cropped black vest, black pants, knee-high leather boots, matching leather gloves and tons of chunky rings, bracelets and chain necklaces.
Cyrus shared some behind the scenes looks at the performance on Instagram, including a clip of herself singing “Don’t Stop Me Now” at soundcheck.