Indeed, it was a Cyrus family affair at the show, with sister Noah performing earlier in the day and Brandy delivering a guitar to Miley onstage later, when Cyrus played a potent set of hits that included “Malibu,” “We Can’t Stop,” a cover of Nancy Sinatra’s “These Boots are Made for Walking” and an incredible reinventing of the song “Party in the USA” with messages on the screen touting education, equality, opportunity, and even healthcare.“The Weeknd, Pink, Harry Styles, Lorde, Miley Cyrus, Niall Horan, Kesha — [these are] artists I have known since they started,” said Duran.“They are like my kids, so to watch them turn into these superstars is just amazing.” Certainly this Las Vegas audience couldn’t agree more.“If people are going to talk about me I want them to have something to say,” she added.
The music continued into the night at the T-Mobile Arena with high wattage bows by Kesha, Miley Cyrus (in thigh-high “walking”-ready boots, Kings of Leon, Lorde, Big Sean (the MVP of the night, who flew in from the Global Citizen Festival in New York to keep the party going and “end my night right here in Vegas”), Thomas Rhett, Tomlinson and Horan, and DJ Khaled, who loaded his set with surprise appearances by Chance the Rapper; Travis Scott (recently announced pregnant girlfriend Kylie Jenner supported from backstage), for “Butterfly Effect” and “Goosebumps;” French Montana on “Unforgettable;” and Demi Lovato, who hopped onstage for “Sorry, Not Sorry.” Other surprise appearances included Macklemore, who joined Kesha onstage at the T-Mobile arena for their brand new collaboration “Good Old Days.” The singer then took an emotional turn with her hit, “Praying.” Fellow Nashville natives Kings of Leon, meanwhile, represented for the rock format, opening their set with “Use Somebody” and killer versions of “Sex on Fire” and “Waste a Moment.” Self-described “young goth” Lorde, introduced by actor Taylor Lautner, who promptly went straight out into the audience to groove to her set, lamented that she wasn’t old enough to gamble in Sin City, but delivered a grown up and explosive show that had two surprise performers: rising star Khalid on “Homemade Dynamite” and producer Jack Antonoff who sat at the piano to perform “Liability,” a song they wrote together.23), One Direction star Niall Horan took a moment to acknowledge radio listeners with the news that his second single, “Slow Hands,” had reached the top of charts, showing no sign of, er, slowing down.
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Primarily a country star, Rhett plugged Big Sean’s forthcoming set and snuck in a little bit of Bruno Mars “That’s What I Like” into his current song, “Unforgettable.” It is this spirit, i Heart Radio morning show host Elvis Duran told that makes the show so unique.
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