During the opening of ‘Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party,’ which was held in Miami, Cyrus said the show was looking different than originally planned, due to the surge of the COVID-19 omicron variant. “Now this isn’t exactly the New Year’s Eve party we all thought that we were going to have or even the one that we were planning on last week or just a few hours ago,” she said. She also ensured the television audience that everyone in attendance was vaccinated against, and had been tested for, COVID.
Miley Cyrus suffered an unexpected wardrobe malfunction during her New Year’s Eve special, ‘Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party,’ which was televised live on Friday night on NBC. The Grammy Award-nominated musician, who co-hosted the show with Pete Davidson, experienced the wardrobe malfunction as she sung two of her biggest hit songs, ‘We Can’t Stop’ and ‘Party in the U.S.A.’
After ringing in the New Year with the ‘Saturday Night Live’ star, Cyrus began performing the melody of the two acclaimed singles onstage. As she was in the middle of singing the Billboard Music Award-nominated ‘We Can’t Stop,’ the small silver top she was wearing started to become loose as she was
The entertainer then transitioned into ‘Party in the U.S.A.,’ but the performance didn’t last long. She was briefly shown holding her top to keep it from falling off while she sang the track. She then hurried off the stage while her band and backup singers continued to play the tune.
Cyrus returned to the stage just moments later, but was no longer wearing the silver top. She changed into the bright red blazer that she had been wearing earlier in the night.
When she resumed her vocals, the musician joked that “Everybody’s definitely looking at me now.” She continued her comments on the incident with a sense of humor by saying she was “still in the most clothes that I’ve ever worn onstage.”
Later on in the show, Davidson joked about his co-host’s wardrobe malfunction. “I heard we may have had a little boob slip. So in solidarity, here’s my boobies,” he said before raising his shirt.
At the end of the special, which was also streamed on Peacock, the entertainer thanked the audience and the rest of the cast and crew who were involved in putting the night together. “Tonight’s show was all about being flexible, rolling with the punches and making the best out of even the worst circumstances. That resilience shouldn’t end here. Let’s bring that into the New Year with us.”
Cyrus continued: “We’ve all learned how to expect the unexpected, and rather than see it as a problem, let’s see it as an opportunity. I wish everyone here in Miami and everyone watching from home a happy and healthy 2022.”
“Thank you for making tonight possible,” the performer concluded. “You were really all that I needed to have the ultimate party.”