bbc radio 1's big weekend 2019 miley cyrus nothing breaks like a heart live

Watch Miley Cyrus Perform “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” Live BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2019

BBC’s Radio 1’s Big Weekend bash brought out many A-listers to stage during the three days of May 24th to 26th, 2019. The Middlesbrough arena in Yorkshire, UK was filled with a sold out crowd to witness their favorite acts live on stage.

Miley Cyrus was among the star-studded list of performers of the BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2019, where she performed her hit collaboration “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” with Mark Ronson. A lot of critics do agree that Miley Cyrus has one of the best live performing skills of all current artists and it shows in this performance.

The 2019 BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend includes artists such as Annie Mac, Mark Ronson, Purple Disco Machine, Billie Eilish, Charli XCX, Future, Sam Fender, Vampire Weekend, Anne-Marie, James Arthur, Mumford & Sons, Khalid, Mabel, Twenty One Pilots, Little Mix, Rita Ora, Ellie Goulding, The 1975, Zara Larsson, and we have only mentioned the big names. The concert also opens up for novices in the industry as a welcoming platform.

Watch Miley Cyrus’s live performance below.

Dressed in a glittery, white dress, with a lot of bling all over her and her auburn hair falling down, Miley Cyrus looked elegant and electric simultaneously.

Miley Cyrus also performed a song from the archives “We Can’t Stop” with Charli XCX.

Miley Cyrus is working on her next album project currently and has been teasing “She is coming 5/30” message since a week back. Today, she released a snippet of a music video, which looks more like something from the ‘Bangerz’ album era. This new album might mark a return to the crazy and bizarre ‘Bangerz’ era which spurred much controversy due to outrageous costumes and live shows.

Stay tuned for more performances by Miley Cyrus from BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2019 concert.

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