Miley Cyrus Replaces “Party in the USA” Lyrics with “Free Britney” at Vegas Show
The #FreeBritney movement invaded Las Vegas on Sunday July 4th.
Miley Cyrus gave a rock performance as part of the Grand Opening of Resorts World Las Vegas. When it was time to sing her 2009 single “Party in the USA”, the 28-year-old chanted “Free Britney” instead of “And a Britney song was on” in the pre-chorus:
“We love JAY-Z, but we have to release this bh,” Cyrus said elsewhere during the song, referring to the first mention before the chorus of a song by JAY-Z that aired on taxi radio. “It stresses the fk out!”
While several celebrities including Christina Aguilera, Kevin Federline and Justin Timberlake have expressed their support for Britney Spears after her 24-minute statement to Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny on June 23 in an effort to end his guardianship of nearly 13 years. , it wasn’t the first time for Cyrus.
The Grammy nominee previously said “we love Britney” and changed the lyrics to “Party in the USA” during her TikTok Tailgate performance before Super Bowl LV on February 7, two days after the Coaching Britney Spears start of the documentary (h / t BuzzFeed).
Spears also mentioned Cyrus in his testimony in court: “Ma’am, my father and anyone involved in this wardship and my leadership who played a huge role in punishing me when I said no ma’am they should be in jail. . cruel tactics at work for Miley Cyrus as she smokes pot on stage at VMAs – nothing is ever done to this generation for doing bad things. “
So far this week, the longtime manager of 39-year-old pop icon Larry Rudolph has officially resigned after being her manager for 25 years and quoted her “expressing his intention to officially take her job. retirement”. (Spears has been on indefinite hiatus since January 2019.)
Almost simultaneously, his court-appointed lawyer, Sam Ingham III, resigned his advisory role, and People announced that Jodi Montgomery “has no plans to step down as Ms. Spears’ temporary curator.”
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