Miley Ready To Take The Stage

Lacma Art+film Gala In Los Angeles
Singer Miley Cyrus poses at the LACMA Art+Film Gala in Los Angeles, California, U.S. November 6, 2021. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

Miley Cyrus admitted to fans this weekend that she’s “scared” to be back on stage again after more than a year of limited touring due to Covid-19.

Billboard reports that the star told the crowd at the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Festival, “Standing up here right now, it doesn’t feel the same as if you would have come to see me three or four years ago. I’m just finding my feet along this platform again.”

She added, “I know that all of us are going through that same experience, just trying to integrate back into a reality that was moving so fast, so naturally. And now, something that should just be like breathing is suddenly difficult and anxiety-inducing and scary.

“I just want you to know that even though I’m up here with all of you, I’m just as scared as everybody else about where the world is going [and] what the future holds. But the good news is, we’re not alone. We’re all in this together.”

Cyrus performed a full setlist of songs event, including the live debut of her song, “Never Be Me,” off her 2020 album, Plastic Hearts.

 

Courtesy of Pulse

Watch: @MileyCyrus’ live debut of “Never Be Me” at this weekend’s @SBMusicFest in LA pic.twitter.com/DRpl1umFDt

— Tim Chan (@mrtimchan) February 14, 2022