Miley Cyrus performed the song “Help” by the legendary band The Beatles.

On June 27, she participated in the Global Goal: Unite for Our Future online concert. The singer wore a green dress with a waist cut, performing at the Rose Bowl audience stadium in Pasadena, California. The dress is inspired by the costume of the statue of liberty. The Rose Bowl is one of the largest stadiums in the US with a capacity of over 90,000. It is also the venue for the 1994 World Cup final.

She shares a song dedicated to people who are working tirelessly in the lab, treating and researching vaccines so we can all come together and fill this empty stadium.

The Global Goal: Unite for Our Future aims to appeal against injustice to vulnerable communities, including people of color and people in difficult circumstances during the epidemic. In addition to Miley, the event featured stars such as Chris Rock, Hugh Jackman, Kerry Washington, Charlize Theron, Forest Whitaker, David Beckham, Derrick Johnson, Salma Hayek Pinault, Billy Porter, Diane Kruger, etc.

During the isolation period, Miley implemented the Instagram livestream program called Bright Minded. She talks with famous guests and talks about her health. The singer said she has not used alcohol or marijuana for the past six months. She shared in a sincere way that living cleanly without substance is very important to her. She underwent throat surgery in November and spent four weeks unable to speak. That time helped her get used to the quiet and quiet lifestyle. She decided to change her lifestyle after having surgery on the throat last year as well as fearing worried parents.

Miley Cyrus, born in 1992, is well-known since her teenage days as Disney’s Hannah Montana role. As an adult, she transformed with a rebellious image, personality and often had shocking performances and speeches. In August 2019, she and her husband Liam Hemsworth divorced after 10 years of love. The singer is currently dating younger boyfriend Cody Simpson.