Miley Cyrus And Pete Davidson Say 2021 Will ‘Go To Hell’ In Wacky’s New Year’s Eve Special

Since then Kathy Griffin was kicked out of CNN’s New Year’s Eve coverage after posing with a papier-mâché version of Trump’s bloody decapitated head — remember when the Trump family declare that Barron thinks it’s his dad’s real head? —there is a void in the NYE television arena. During the Crip-walk, Miley Cyrus and Pete Davidson co-host the first annual “Miley’s Eve Party” on NBC.

“Miley called me and asked, ‘What are you doing in the new year? I’m throwing a party, you want to help me organize it? ” Davidson told the crowd. “And I just looked across the table at my mom and said, ‘Yes, I’m in.’

The star-studded event begins with a monstrous performance of Will Smith’s “Miami”—as the party takes place in Miami, where all the stars (and AOC) appear to be New Year’s Eve this — witnessed SNL star and artist formerly known as Hannah Montana tries to rap, followed by an upbeat performance by Saweetie, and Brandi Carlile and Cyrus duet for Carlile’s hit tunes “The Story” and ” The Climb” by Cyrus. (According to Cyrus, everyone in attendance was screened and must show proof of vaccinations to enter the outdoor event, plus most of the crowd wore masks.)

We should mention the elephant in the room here: NBC’s optical system shows all of these A-list stars living in Miami while so many are locked inside, either due to COVID or being overly careful. . While a solid argument can be made that this all seems quite the opposite of the state of things, those of us celebrate New Year’s Eve in our living rooms. already need some entertainment. Plus, it takes place outdoors and requires a negative test as well as proof of vax, so health and safety procedures seem to be sufficient.

Rapper Jack Harlow, who looked like a ’70s porn star and sounded like a Post Malone draft, performed (I hear TikTok kids love him), then Cyrus and Davidson joined in on a sketch, where they sarcastically confess that they’re actually “ordinary people” who aren’t addicted to drugs or partying, preferring Oprah’s Book Club to the Club (both are quite charming). Another Cyrus performance — a cover of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass,” with the singer donned in a blood-red jacket and dance-matching jumpsuit — followed, once again showing the range. her special.

In addition to Miley and her young daughter Noah singing “Jolene,” the clear highlight of the evening included an appearance by actor Steve Buscemi, who appeared in Cyrus/Davidson’s musical sketch titled “Unrealistic Resolutions” leaves the two on a yacht broken all of the Davidson decisions he will fail by 2022 (read at least three books, for example). Suddenly, he gets a FaceTime call from Buscemi, who tells Davidson it’s “in the spotlight” if he ever returns to New York City because he’s never been paid for his turn. King of Staten Island.

A minute before midnight, Davidson asked everyone to toast and toast the loss of TV icon Betty White, who passed away on an even-numbered New Year, just weeks before her birthday. 100 years old.order birthday. In lieu of a ball drop, the event featured a giant bottle of champagne spewing fireworks over as Davidson exclaimed, “Happy New Year! Go to hell in 2021! Soon after, Cyrus suffered a minor wardrobe malfunction that exposed her breasts to those watching at home.

In some ways, a fitting end to a year’s disaster. Miley Cyrus And Pete Davidson Say 2021 Will ‘Go To Hell’ In Wacky’s New Year’s Eve Special


ClareFora is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. ClareFora joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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