Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson introduced a healthy dose of twang and vacation cheer to Saturday Night Live, the place they carried out their new collaboration, "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart," and "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)," their cowl of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's fashionable Christmas basic.
For their first activate the SNL stage, they dressed up in glowing silver fits for "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart," during which Cyrus holds tight to her nation roots and Ronson picks up an acoustic guitar.
.@MarkRonson and @MileyCyrus carry out "Nothing Breaks Like A Heart" in Studio 8H. #SNL pic.twitter.com/2sWD6Q6cyI
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With a string quartet and photographs of a automotive chase straight out of the track's music video — together with its full-throttle, damaging end — rolling as their backdrop, Cyrus crooned her means by the moody ballad as Ronson plucked out the dramatic tune by her aspect.
Cyrus then traded in her platinum search for seasonal sequins, carrying a crimson, floral sequined cocktail gown that matched the poinsettias crowding the ground of the SNL set for her cowl of "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)."
After an introduction from Pete Davidson, Sean Ono Lennon joined Cyrus, Ronson and their band for the efficiency of their tackle the nostalgic 1971 single, shredding and providing back-up vocals whereas Cyrus belted the track's iconic refrain on the high of her voice.