Miley Cyrus suffered a major wardrobe fail while co-hosting her New Year’s Eve Party special on NBC with Pete Davidson, which was streamed live from Miami, Florida on Friday night. The 29-year-old Hannah Montana alum was performing a hit single Party In The USA just moments after the clock struck midnight when her top, which was held together by silver straps, came undone.
Miley was forced to catch it with her hands and appeared stunned as she looked down at her chest. However, Cyrus swiftly made her way backstage while her band and backup singers did their best to carry on the stalled performance. Moments later, Miley reemerged wearing a bright red blazer in place of her broken top and, referencing one of the line’s in Party In the USA, joked that “Everybody’s DEFINITELY looking at me now!”
Disney channel alum also quipped that her current outfit was still the most clothed she’s ever been during a performance. It was paired with a matching skirt that just barely concealed her derriere as she twirled around on stage. Despite the two-piece’s daring nature, Miley’s outfit did stay intact while singing Midnight Sky and We Can’t Stop with featured artist 24kGoldn.
Pete Davidson was forced to take center stage as Miley got herself situated with her glam squad, with the comedian acknowledging that there was a wardrobe malfunction on stage. Cyrus, eventually, returned to confront her shocked audience with another goosebump-inducing song. Meanwhile, in its conclusion, she thanked the in-person audience and viewers at home for tuning in and joked about her special’s unexpected moment of drama.
Miley Cyrus said to her fans, “Tonight’s show was all about being flexible. Rolling with the punches and making the best out of even the worst circumstances. And that resilience shouldn’t end here.” “Let’s bring that into the new year with us. We’ve all learned how to expect the unexpected,” she added. Just like its finale, Miley Cyrus’ New Year’s Eve Party also started off with a bang that saw her and Davidson open the show with their own hilarious rendition of Will Smith’s hit single Miami.