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12 Completely Bonkers Miley Cyrus Performances That Prove She's Just Being Miley

12 Completely Bonkers Miley Cyrus Performances That Prove She's Just Being Miley
Ever since making it big back in 2006, pop superstar Miley Cyrus has proven time and time again that she is a performer like no other. With vocals that could kill and an impressive ability to effortlessly shift between genres, Cyrus has cemented her place in pop culture and the music scene time and time again.

Whether covering a country classic from her godmother Dolly Parton or executing a flawless performance of one of her hits at an award show, Miley can truly do it all. Check out the gallery ahead to see 12 of our favorite live performances from the pop crooner.

Related: Miley Cyrus and Marc Cohn's Performance of "Walking in Memphis" Left Me Floating on Air
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Miley Cyrus and Marc Cohn's Performance of "Walking in Memphis" Left Me Floating on Air

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Miley Cyrus is back with another classic music cover that reminds us how damn talented she really is. The 26-year-old singer made a surprise appearance at the Beale Street Music Festival on May 4 in her home state of Tennessee and performed a 20-minute set in partnership with Facebook's More Together campaign. As part of her mini-concert, she sang "We Can't Stop," "Party in the USA," her newest single "Nothing Breaks Like the Heart," and "Walking in Memphis" with its original recording artist, Marc Cohn.

"The only way my dad could make me happy is by taking me to the gates of Graceland," Cyrus reflected on her memories of Memphis, while wearing an Elvis t-shirt. "We would take these long drives, and I would listen to the song probably everyone listens to when they drive to Memphis, and that's 'Walking in Memphis.'"

She brought out Cohn, "the legend himself,
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Miley Cyrus Shows Liam Hemsworth the Ropes at His Very First Met Gala

Miley Cyrus Shows Liam Hemsworth the Ropes at His Very First Met Gala
After almost 10 years together, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth just made their Met Gala debut as a couple. The couple, who tied the knot in December, looked stunning as always as they walked the pink carpet together. Liam wore a black suit, while Miley stole the spotlight in a sequined black and green dress. Not only is this their first Met Gala as a couple, but it's also Liam's first time attending as well! Miley, on the other hand, is a seasoned pro, having attended the event a number of times over the years.

The couple just got back from a fun-filled weekend in Memphis. On Saturday, Miley made a surprise appearance at the Beale Street Music Festival in her home state of Tennessee and performed a 20-minute set in partnership with Facebook's More Together campaign. In addition to singing some of her biggest hits, she also gave a
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Miley Cyrus and Marc Cohn's Performance of "Walking in Memphis" Left Me Floating on Air

Miley Cyrus is back with another classic music cover that reminds us how damn talented she really is. The 26-year-old singer made a surprise appearance at the Beale Street Music Festival on May 4 in her home state of Tennessee and performed a 20-minute set in partnership with Facebook's More Together campaign. As part of her mini-concert, she sang "We Can't Stop," "Party in the USA," her newest single "Nothing Breaks Like the Heart," and "Walking in Memphis" with its original recording artist, Marc Cohn.

"The only way my dad could make me happy is by taking me to the gates of Graceland," Cyrus reflected on her memories of Memphis, while wearing an Elvis t-shirt. "We would take these long drives, and I would listen to the song probably everyone listens to when they drive to Memphis, and that's 'Walking in Memphis.'"

She brought out Cohn, "the legend himself,
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Watch Miley Cyrus Perform ‘Walking In Memphis’ Duet With Marc Cohn

Watch Miley Cyrus Perform ‘Walking In Memphis’ Duet With Marc Cohn
Miley Cyrus surprised fans at Memphis’ Beale Street Music Festival on Saturday with a 20-minute set where the Tennessee native brought out singer-songwriter Marc Cohn for a duet of his 1991 hit “Walking in Memphis.”

“Well, I came to Memphis, Tennessee in 1990…or even before that looking for inspiration, and I found it,” Cohn told the crowd of the song. He revealed that this was the first time he’d be singing “Walking in Memphis” as a duet.

“This song is really about the transformational power of music. I know that’s why you’re here,
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Cher Succeeds at Everything She Does During Brooklyn ‘Here We Go Again’ Stop

During one of several video montages that ran during Cher’s Here We Go Again tour stop at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, a pre-recorded voiceover from the 73-year-old pop legend played over clips from her famous filmography. “I’ve never really been accepted by singers as a singer, and actors don’t think of me as an actor,” she says bluntly. “I actually succeeded at everything I ever tried, and yet I’m not part of any of the groups.”

In her nearly 60-year career, Cher has proven that you
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Van Morrison’s Vast Catalog Shines at All-Star Carnegie Hall Tribute

Van Morrison’s Vast Catalog Shines at All-Star Carnegie Hall Tribute
“I know he doesn’t like this version,” Patti Smith said, with a grin, of Van Morrison before launching into her iconic transformation of “Gloria” for the finale of Thursday’s Carnegie Hall tribute to the Belfast singer. “But I’m thanking him anyway.”

The same could probably be said of many of the standout performances at this year’s edition of promoter Michael Dorf’s annual benefit tribute concert, which raised money to provide music education to underprivileged youth and gathered a wide, multi-generational group of artists — lifelong soul men,
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Rosanne Cash to Receive ‘John Lennon Award’ for Gun Violence Activism

Rosanne Cash to Receive ‘John Lennon Award’ for Gun Violence Activism
Rosanne Cash has been named the recipient of the “John Lennon Real Love Award,” an honor she will accept at the 38th Annual John Lennon Tribute concert November 30th in New York City.

Cash will perform several of her favorite Lennon and Beatles classics during the concert, which will also include guests Marc Cohn, Jesse Colin Young (the Youngbloods), Willie Nile, Scott Sharrard and Mark Erelli.

Non-profit organization Theatre Within presented its first tribute event for the late musician as a neighborhood gathering at their studio shortly after Lennon was
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Brad Garrett Engaged to Girlfriend Isabella Quella

Brad Garrett Engaged to Girlfriend Isabella Quella
Brad Garrett is set to wed!

The 56-year-old former Everybody Loves Raymond star is engaged to his girlfriend, 32-year-old Isabella Quella, his rep confirmed to Et on Tuesday. Garrett actually proposed to Quella last Dec. 27 in the Winston Churchill suite at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City. Musician Marc Cohn played the couple's favorite songs on the piano during the romantic engagement, his rep shares.

And the two appear quite smitten with one another. Quella accompanied Garrett to the Emmys in September, when she tweeted a cute selfie.

Watch: Brad Garrett Opens Up About His Past as a 'High-Functioning Alcoholic'

"So grateful to have had this amazing, kind, handsome man as my date last night #TookHomeThePrize #WasntEvenNominated," she captioned the pic.

In April, Quella called Garrett the love of her life while wishing him a happy 56th birthday.

This marks Garrett's second marriage. The actor was previously married to Jill Diven, but the two
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How Alison Parker's Parents Are Fighting to End Gun Violence 1 Year After Her Death on Live TV

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Alison Parker's parents still have not seen the footage of their daughter's death - a shooting on live TV - and they tell People they'll never look at it. "And we don't want to," says Alison's dad, Andy Parker. "We want gun violence to stop. We don't need this many guns in America. To the people that drink the NRA Kool-Aid, we're not trying to take your guns away. We want to make sure the wrong people can't get guns and we want to close some of those gun show loopholes." Little more than a year ago, as they
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Elizabeth Vargas Says She Suffered Anxiety Daily In 20/20 Interview with Diane Sawyer

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Elizabeth Vargas Says She Suffered Anxiety Daily In  20/20 Interview with Diane Sawyer
Elizabeth Vargas sat down with Diane Sawyer for a special edition of ABC News 20/20 to speak about her struggle with alcoholism and anxiety, including her recovery process. "There are days when you wake up and you feeling so horrible, that the only thing that will make you feel better is more alcohol. And that's when you're in the death spin. That's when people die," she said. Describing her years as an evening news anchor, Vargas told Sawyer about the crippling anxiety she experienced before the nightly news countdown began. • For more on Elizabeth Vargas and an excerpt from her memoir,
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Elizabeth Vargas Says She Suffered Anxiety Daily In 20/20 Interview with Diane Sawyer

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Elizabeth Vargas Says She Suffered Anxiety Daily In  20/20 Interview with Diane Sawyer
Elizabeth Vargas sat down with Diane Sawyer for a special edition of ABC News 20/20 to speak about her struggle with alcoholism and anxiety, including her recovery process. "There are days when you wake up and you feeling so horrible, that the only thing that will make you feel better is more alcohol. And that's when you're in the death spin. That's when people die," she said. Describing her years as an evening news anchor, Vargas told Sawyer about the crippling anxiety she experienced before the nightly news countdown began. • For more on Elizabeth Vargas and an excerpt from her memoir,
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Elizabeth Vargas on 'Brutally Difficult' Split from Her Husband Marc Cohn Days After Leaving Rehab

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Elizabeth Vargas on 'Brutally Difficult' Split from Her Husband Marc Cohn Days After Leaving Rehab
When Elizabeth Vargas came home from a Tennessee rehab in 2014, she had no idea her husband would leave her just days later. "It was brutally difficult," Vargas, 54, tells People exclusively in this week's issue. "I think anyone can imagine what that felt like."Vargas reveals even more in her new memoir Between Breaths (out Tuesday). After battling an alcohol addiction, Vargas was back in rehab after relapsing a third time. While the 20/20 anchor was away, her husband of 12 years, singer-songwriter Marc Cohn, hired a divorce lawyer and started the process - without telling her. When she checked out of rehab,
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Elizabeth Vargas on Splitting from Her Husband Marc Cohn Days After Leaving Rehab: 'It Was Brutally Difficult'

Elizabeth Vargas on Splitting from Her Husband Marc Cohn Days After Leaving Rehab: 'It Was Brutally Difficult'
When Elizabeth Vargas came home from a Tennessee rehab in 2014, she had no idea her husband would leave her just days later.

"It was brutally difficult," Vargas, 54, tells People exclusively in this week's issue. "I think anyone can imagine what that felt like."

Vargas reveals even more in her new memoir Between Breaths (out Tuesday). After battling an alcohol addiction, Vargas was back in rehab after relapsing a third time. While the 20/20 anchor was away, her husband of 12 years, singer-songwriter Marc Cohn, hired a divorce lawyer and started the process – without telling her.

When she checked out of rehab, Cohn
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Elizabeth Vargas on How She Hit Rock Bottom When She Got Drunk on Her Son's 8th Birthday

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Elizabeth Vargas on How She Hit Rock Bottom When She Got Drunk on Her Son's 8th Birthday
On the day of her son Sam's 8th birthday in August 2014, Elizabeth Vargas planned to bake a vanilla coconut cake - his favorite. Instead, what should have been a day of celebration took a dark turn when the 20/20 anchor ended up in a detox facility. In her new memoir Between Breaths (out Sept. 13), Vargas opens up about her battle with alcohol addiction and the day she relapsed for the last time. While on her first vacation as a single mom Vargas was still reeling from the recent split with her husband Marc Cohn when she decided to drink the day
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Elizabeth Vargas on How She Hit Rock Bottom When She Got Drunk on Her Son's 8th Birthday

Elizabeth Vargas on How She Hit Rock Bottom When She Got Drunk on Her Son's 8th Birthday
On the day of her son Sam's 8th birthday in August 2014, Elizabeth Vargas planned to bake a vanilla coconut cake – his favorite. Instead, what should have been a day of celebration took a dark turn when the 20/20 anchor ended up in a detox facility.

In her new memoir Between Breaths (out Sept. 13), Vargas opens up about her battle with alcohol addiction and the day she relapsed for the last time.

While on her first vacation as a single mom Vargas was still reeling from the recent split with her husband Marc Cohn when she decided to drink the day her son turned 8, ruining his birthday.
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Bradley Cooper, Jessica Alba and Jon Hamm Among 100 Celebrities Praising President Obama for New Gun-Control Measures

Bradley Cooper, Jessica Alba and Jon Hamm Among 100 Celebrities Praising President Obama for New Gun-Control Measures
Bradley Cooper, Olivia Wilde and Jon Hamm are among 113 stars thanking President Barack Obama for introducing new executive orders on gun control this week.

"Like you, and like most Americans, we have had Enough. We have had enough of seeing unthinkable tragedies happen and nothing being done," reads a letter signed by the stars and organized by the Brady Campaign and Center to Prevent Gun Violence. "This level of depravity should rattle anyone with a conscience. We have seen how it has visibly."

The letter names recent mass shootings – from Sandy Hook to San Bernardino – as evidence that action needs to be taken.
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Bradley Cooper, Jessica Alba and Jon Hamm Among 100 Celebrities Praising President Obama for New Gun-Control Measures

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Bradley Cooper, Jessica Alba and Jon Hamm Among 100 Celebrities Praising President Obama for New Gun-Control Measures
Bradley Cooper, Olivia Wilde and Jon Hamm are among 113 stars thanking President Barack Obama for introducing new executive orders on gun control this week. "Like you, and like most Americans, we have had Enough. We have had enough of seeing unthinkable tragedies happen and nothing being done," reads a letter signed by the stars and organized by the Brady Campaign and Center to Prevent Gun Violence. "This level of depravity should rattle anyone with a conscience. We have seen how it has visibly." The letter names recent mass shootings - from Sandy Hook to San Bernardino - as evidence that action needs to be taken.
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More Than 100 Celebrities Praise President Obama For New Gun-Control Orders: 'Thank You for Beginning to End This National Disgrace'

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More Than 100 Celebrities Praise President Obama For New Gun-Control Orders: 'Thank You for Beginning to End This National Disgrace'
Bradley Cooper, Olivia Wilde and Jon Hamm are among 113 stars thanking President Barack Obama for introducing new executive orders on gun control this week. "Like you, and like most Americans, we have had Enough. We have had enough of seeing unthinkable tragedies happen and nothing being done," reads a letter signed by the stars and organized by the Brady Campaign and Center to Prevent Gun Violence. "This level of depravity should rattle anyone with a conscience. We have seen how it has visibly." The letter names recent mass shootings - from Sandy Hook to San Bernardino - as evidence that action needs to be taken.
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Billy Joel Covers Paul McCartney's "Maybe I'm Amazed" for The Art of Paul McCartney—Listen Now!

Billy Joel Covers Paul McCartney's
Prepare to be amazed! Billy Joel covered Paul McCartney's "Maybe I'm Amazed" for The Art of Paul McCartney, an upcoming tribute compilation to the legendary Beatles singer-songwriter. The song first appeared on McCartney's 1970 solo debut, McCartney, and was later covered by Marc Cohn, Jem and Neal Morse, among others. That's not the only song Joel covered for the album. "Paul stepped up to the plate and knocked it out of the park," the 65-year-old Piano Man raved while he was recording "Live and Let Die." "I love the song; it's kind of a whacked song. We used to do it at sound check. Matter of fact, we still do it at sound check. It's just fun to play...
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