Miley Cyrus’ transition into the rock world continued over the weekend as the singer paid homage to the Queen during her performance in NCAA men’s basketball in the Final Four tournament on Saturday (Sept. April) The performance got Twitter into an uproar, even some Joan Jett comparisons that had the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer trending on Twitter for a while

Cyrus walked out of her locker room at Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium in black leather pants, put on sunglasses, and went for a walk braggingly He took the stage as the band pumped the band up with an energetic intro that ended with “We Are the Champions” That quickly led to “We Will Rock You” and continued with a bit of “Don’t Stop Me Now” as seen below

The mini-set took place between games, with Cyrus also entertaining the crowd with a cover of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass,” the crushed “Edge of Midnight,” which featured a piece from Stevie Nick’s “Edge of Seventeen.” “and their own songs” We Can’t Stop “and” Wrecking Ball “”

The performance drew some mixed reviews on Twitter, with some critical of trying to take on the legendary queen and others praising the singer for introducing classic rock icons into a new generation

Meanwhile, quite a few people have made direct comparisons with Joan Jett, which also led to a divided reaction.But the comparisons even had Joan Jett trending well into the Sunday after the Saturday screening on Twitter It should be noted that Cyrus Jett was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Jett appeared on Cyrus’ latest album Plastic Hearts on the song “Bad Karma” “

Cyrus took a rockier direction with their late 2020 album Plastic Hearts.The set included the production by Ozzy Osbourne producer Andrew Watt and guest appearances by Joan Jett, Billy Idol and Stevie Nicks

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