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Miley Cyrus really can't be tamed. At least not after the live stream of her concert ended last night.
Ms. Cyrus, who wasn't showing as much skin as she's usually been these days, kept the show going for the packed crowd at L.A.'s House of Blues.
What went down when the cameras stopped rolling and what's the connection to a couple of Twilight stars? Read on to find out…
Images of vampires Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning popped in our heads when Miley performed covers of Joan Jett's "I Love Rock and Roll" and "Bad Reputation" and The Runaways' "Cherry Bomb."
Ya think Miley's trying to tell us something? It's not like she was crankin' out covers of sappy Céline Dion ballads.
Then it was "Two More Lonely People" from her new album. Miley said her favorite line of the song is, "We don't have to be friends/We don't have to be enemies." Nick Jonas, anyone? Or perhaps Justin Gaston?
Miley finished the night off with "The Climb" and the crowd's obvious favorite, "Party in the USA." The entire show ended after about an hour. Despite the crowd chanting her name for an encore, Miley never returned.
Miley's hunkarama boyfriend Liam Hemsworth was in the crowd, as was her dad, Billy Ray, and sister Brandi. Mom Tish, unfortunately, was home sick. Miley will be in Nashville today to perform at Faith Hill and Tim McGraw's Nashville Rising benefit concert.
During the live stream of the show, "LOVE"-tattooed Miley opened with a simulated girl-on-girl kiss with one of her female dancers like we all know she's done before while performing "Can't Be Tamed." She proved to be an equal opportunity simulator, because she faux-kissed a male dancer, too.
She also revealed that "My Heart Beats for Love" was inspired by her same-sex loving fans. "I wrote this because I think it's kind of crazy that there's people that hate others for loving others," she said. "So I wrote this for mostly my gay fans—I have a few."
And then some.
—Reporting by Brett Malec
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