Miley Cyrus to Perform for Healthcare Workers at Super Bowl's Tailgate

Miley Cyrus to Perform for Healthcare Workers at Super Bowl's Tailgate

- Miley Cyrus recently announced on Instagram that she would be performing at the Super Bowl LV's upcoming TikTok Tailgate.

- The event will gather more than 7 500 healthcare workers (who have already received both shots of the Covid-19 vaccine) to be credited and entertained before the Super Bowl's sporting match

- Miley wrote that she was honoured to be able to put on a show for Americans fighting the pandemic from the frontlines

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Miley Cyrus is set to perform for American healthcare workers who have been fighting the Covid-19 pandemic.

The popstar will be singing to vaccinated healthcare workers at the Super Bowl's TikTok Tailgate, which will be held just before the National Football Association match.

Tailgating is a time-honoured tradition at American football games and the NFL are dedicating this year's one to all those who have been battling the Covid-19 pandemic in the nation's hospitals.

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Miley Cyrus to Perform for Healthcare Workers at Super Bowl's Tailgate

Miley Cyrus is set to perform for healthcare workers at the Super Bowl's Tailgate.
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Miley Cyrus took to social media to announce that she would be performing at the event in February. Cyrus is scheduled to perform from the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida in front of 7 500 healthcare workers who have already received both doses of the Covid-19 vaccine.

E! News reported on a statement from the NFL commissioner which said:

"These dedicated healthcare workers continue to put their own lives at risk to serve others, and we owe them our ongoing gratitude. We hope in a small way that this initiative will inspire our country and recognise these true American heroes.
"This is also an opportunity to promote the importance of vaccination and appropriate health practices, including wearing masks in public settings."

In other international celebrity-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Jennifer Lopez getting dragged after trying to start an online challenge with one of her tracks.

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Jennifer Lopez has been shaded online after she tried to create a challenge using her classic song titled Love Don't Cost A Thing.

The superstar took to social media on Sunday, January 24 and posted a video of herself walking on the beach while throwing away her valuables such as sunglasses, clothes and jewellery. She basically recreated Love Don't Cost A Thing's music video as she celebrated the 20th anniversary of her album called J.Lo. The song was one of the smash hits on the album.

The singer took to Twitter and challenged her followers to come up with their own "renditions"of the video she posted. The musician captioned her post:

"The #LoveDontCostAThingChallenge STARTS NOW !!!! Can’t wait to see your renditions."

At the time of publishing, the video had been viewed 2.4 million times. Most of the tweeps who watched it dragged the star for trying to create her own challenge. She also posted on Instagram and shared that she was celebrating the 20th anniversary of her album J.Lo. Check out some of the comments to her Twitter post below:

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@dumigwebu said:

"When you sang 'I used to have a little now I have a lot' you must have been talking about crack because this ain’t it sis."

@ronisverybusy wrote:

"You want us all to rush to the beach in a pandemic to have our friends film us throwing away good jewellery? I’m so confused."

@SineNtombi_ said:

"So, not a single person participated? What's happening."

@asumon_monasu commented:

"I am surprised she was not wearing the green floral Versace dress for this."

@legendkira_ wrote:

"So you want me to throw my sunglasses away, the ones that I paid in 3 instalments? No ma'am thank you."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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