Miley Cyrus’ “The Twinkle Song” Debut at Art Basel

Every December, modern art becomes the focal point for a week in Miami. The more renowned forms of culture revolve around this modern art.

It’s a strange inverted laboratory and some elite facets of society including companies, things, and people gather for the exhibitionistic view. The group of advisors, collectors, and the like who were waiting outside at Art Basel on Wednesday seemed like a group of people gathered for Black Friday. There were innumerable pieces from different corners of the world that sold for 6 or even 7 figures. Overall, the trade show did well. The vertiginous installation by Andra Ursuta and the immersive ballet by Ryan McNamara were the most recommended pieces for art enthusiasts.

During her performance at Art Basel, Mile Cyrus launched “The Twinkle Song”. Before performing the song, the “We Can’t Stop” singer entered the stage to “Superfreak” by Rick James. The singer appeared in the attire that matched her performance – a barely-there unitard, sheer tights, and a tinsel twig. The singer then invited Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips and the man who was clothed as a penis on the stage. As it was expected, the performance of the “Bangerz” star was truly a spectacle.

According to a fresh video, “The Twinkle Song” produced an unpredicted touching moment. The song is actually a gentle piano ballad and it’s been encouraged by the dreams Cyrus had after the death of her friend’s cat. The song’s lyric highlights a dream about David Bowie instructing them to skateboard. However, it was in some way shaped like Gumby.

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