Watch Miley Perform With Madonna and (Almost) Perform a Hannah Montana Song on MTV Unplugged

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Jan. 30 2014, Published 2:10 p.m. ET

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Blonde wigs, midgets, and twerking on horses—just another performance by good ol' Miley Cyrus! Miley Cyrus performed a super long set for last night's special edition of MTV Unplugged, playing tons of songs from her new album, Bangerz, while dressed up like a cowgirl. She wanted to go back to her Nashville roots, hence the outfit and prop choices.

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The acoustic set included songs like "Bangerz," "4X4,"Adore You," "Drive" and more, but perhaps the best performance was her duet with Madonna, where they did a mashup of "We Can't Stop" and Madonna's classic hit, "Don't Tell Me." Watch the amazingness below:

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And by the way, the second best part of the night was where Miley shouted out "ho" and the crowed yelled back "down," because I really thought she was going to break out into an acoustic rendition of Hannah Montana's "Hoedown Throwdown." But that did not happen, and she sang "Get It Right" instead. Oh well. Here's the Hannah song for old times sake:



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What was your favorite performance of the night? Did you like her performance with Madonna? Tweet us @OKMagazine.


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