Miley Cyrus isn't exactly the shy type, but she still managed to slip in a shocker!
The "Wrecking Ball" singer dropped a bit of profanity during her acceptance speech Sunday night at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards.
The 21-year-old pop star won the Top Streaming Song (Video) award. As she remotely made a speech from England, where she's on tour, the pop star got bleeped for telling fans, "Thank you to everybody for making this s--t possible."
"Oops sorry, forgot I was on ABC," she said, catching herself before finishing off her brief speech.
Language aside, Cyrus made a more favorable impression on fans, by taking them back in time.
Instead of performing one of her own hits, she belted out a Beatles' classic.
Joined on stage by the Flaming Lips, Cyrus performed the 1967 single, "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds!"