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Miley Cyrus brought her “Party in the USA” attitude to her hometown of Nashville, Tennessee to make up for her show that was cancelled last spring due to illness.
According to The National, thousands of 20-somethings crowded into Bridgestone Arena decked out for the events in homemade shirts, micro shorts, high heels and Cyrus’ signature mini buns.
The concert was full of shocking moments, including Cyrus riding a giant hot dog, grinding on a car, and an ode to Cyrus’ deceased dog, Floyd, with a three story tall blow up dog.
“Miley was completely herself so it was very extreme, including bouncing in the splits and other weird stuff,” said concertgoer Lauren Shirley, an Arkansas resident. “It was pretty much a VMA’s repeat.”
The fans also had a chance to show their crazy side. When the song “Adore You” came on, Cyrus encouraged fans to let loose on her kiss cam that went up on the big screen.
While many fans went crazy for Cyrus, some were not as thrilled. “The concert would have been more enjoyable if I had been on the same drugs as Miley,” said Alyson Brickey, a Nashville native.
As Billboard reported back in April, Cyrus had to cancel concerts in Nashville, Tennessee and Louisville, Kentucky due to a serious allergic reaction to antibiotics that hospitalized the Hannah Montana star.
After the rescheduled show, Cyrus posted pictures on her Instagram partying at a bonfire with her Uncle Mick and friends.
The “Wrecking Ball” singer’s American leg of her Bangerz tour ends this week.