Miley Cyrus Performs Bathtub Rendition of ‘Stay’ For Cancelled Concert
It’s been a rough week for Miley Cyrus so far. First, the plane she was flying on was struck by lightning while the singer was traveling to Paraguay to headline day 2 of the Asunciónico festival. And though she assured fans she was fine, the singer safely landed only to find out that her headlining set was called off due to the intense storms and flooding that had also canceled the event’s first day.
To make it up to her bummed Paraguayan fans, Miley, 29, posted a special bubble bath performance for them last night (March 23), thanking them for sticking with her and making her single “Stay” number one in the country. “I wish I could’ve STAYed & performed for all of my fans in Paraguay. Please STAY safe. I love you,” she wrote. “(also if you can’t tell I’m a little sick, I think just super exhausted from the stress of yesterday! Got a few days to recover before BRAZIL!)”
In the video, a stuffed-up sounding Cyrus dedicated “Stay” to all her fans who she missed out on seeing. “You all made ‘Stay’ number one for me, so this is for you,” she said before crooning an a cappella version of the ballad from her 2010 Can’t Be Tamed album.
Blowing a kiss to the camera, Cyrus ended the nearly 2-minute clip with, “I love you, thank you for your support, thank you for all of your best wishes, stay safe everyone.”
I wish I could’ve STAYed & performed for all of my fans in Paraguay. Please STAY safe. I love you . 🖤 (also if you can’t tell I’m a little sick, I think just super exhausted from the stress of yesterday! Got a few days to recover before BRAZIL!) https://t.co/gtXHC7AJgh pic.twitter.com/C7IlPp7f7t— Miley Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) March 23, 2022