Miley Cyrus’s Teal Alexandre Vauthier Costume For International Purpose

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HELP !: The Beatles, US lobby map, from left: George Harrison, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, 1965

Miley Cyrus performed her own rendition of "Help!" by the Beatles at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, CA. The performance was streamed on Saturday as part of the global event Global Goal: Unite For Our Future by Global Citizen on YouTube. The celebrity appearances (Chloe x Halle, Jennifer Hudson and John Legend also appeared) were intended to promote a hopeful future and raise money for the fight against COVID-19, as well as support the Black Lives Matter movement and position against social injustices in our country .

"I wanted it to stay alive and hopeful like the melody of the song."

"Help!" was a good choice for Miley's cover, which made her unforgettable, not just by adding the song with her own Dolly Parton glimmer – Miley is constantly influenced by the legendary singer who is also her godmother – but by making a statement- Dress wore to go down in history. Alexandre Vauthier's couture look comes from the spring / summer 2020 collection and shines from head to toe with blue-green pearls and crystals. With a cut out belly, a leg slit and an asymmetrical hem, this number was downright glamorous.

Miley told Fashion a little bit about why she chose the dress: "I wanted it to stay alive and hopeful like the melody of the song. I love how this dress represents & # 39; glam rock & # 39 ;. A little more (David) Bowie as the Beatles – with a nod to Dolly (Parton), whose version of & # 39; Help! & # 39; I used my inspiration for my cover. "

Miley also said that she chose a blue palette to pay homage to the Beatles icon Help! Album art from 1965. It's hard to say in the photo above, but John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr were actually dressed in oversized blue shirts. If this doesn't close the loop of the performance, what else could it do? Scroll down to see how Miley has silver rings, multiple hoops, and ear cuffs, and watch the video in full – trust me, it's definitely worth it.

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