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Miley Cyrus sings the Beatles’ Assistance! in the middle of EMPTY Rose Bowl in stellar International Goal performance

Miley Cyrus stood in the middle of an empty Rose Bowl to deliver a performance of Aid! by the Beatles for the star-studded Global Objective: Unify For Our Future show.

Hosted by Dwayne Johnson, the virtual musical occasion was thrown by the European Commission and the company Worldwide Resident.

Designing a sequined wrap gown that flaunted her midriff, Miley, 27, belted out the number to rows and rows of bare stands.

What a minute: Miley Cyrus stood in the middle of an empty Rose Bowl to provide a performance of Assistance! by the Beatles for the star-studded Worldwide Objective: Unify For Our Future show.

The Rock himself: Hosted by Dwayne Johnson, the virtual musical occasion was tossed by the European Commission and the organization International Person

The Pasadena place, which has a capacity of more than 90,000, was completely desolate as Miley sang in the middle of the field.

Her streaming blue gown had a Grecian style and included a long robe-like sleeve on one end while falling off the shoulder at the other.

A long slit up one side enabled Miley to display her knockout legs as she carried out the Beatles number which they released in 1965.

The hit tune was also part of an album of the exact same name, as well as an eponymous musical film starring the Fab Four.

Astonishing: Designing a sequined wrap dress that showed off her midriff, Miley, 27, belted out the number to rows and rows of bare stands


Her drummer could be seen blocked off in a corner surrounded by see-through screens potentially as a coronavirus safety measure.

Ken Jeong, who is a licensed physician as well as a celebrity, did an amusing video recommending versus coronavirus house solutions like hot peppers and alcohol.

There she is: Diane Kruger could be seen giving a speech too

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