Miley Cyrus is letting her fans know she's OK after a terrifying airplane experience.
While on her way to Paraguay for a performance, the singer and her crew were forced to make an emergency landing after the aircraft was struck by lighting in a storm.
"To my fans and everyone worried after hearing about my flight to Asunción. Our plane was caught in a major unexpected storm and struck by lighting," the "Midnight Sky" artist wrote via Instagram in the early morning hours on Wednesday, March 23.
"My crew, band, friends and family who were all traveling with me are safe after an emergency landing," she continued, while noting: "We were unfortunately unable to fly into Paraguay. 💔 I LOVE YOU."
The 29-year-old also shared a video from the terrifying moment the plane was caught in the storm, as well as a photo of the damage the lighting strike did to the aircraft.
The musician — who performed in Bogota, Columbia, just hours before — ultimately had no choice but to cancel her scheduled performance at Paraguay's Asunciónico festival, which has been canceled for the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cyrus was set to take the stage for the second day of the event after the festival's opening day — which was supposed to feature appearances by Machine Gun Kelly, Doja Cat and more — was canceled as a result of poor weather conditions.
It's still unclear whether the second day of performances will go on as scheduled, even though Cyrus definitely won't be able to make it.
Despite the unfortunate cancellation, the Hannah Montana alum's fans just seemed to be relieved that she was OK following the scary ordeal.
"I'm glad everyone is safe, don't worry mc we understand, love you so much 🥺❤️," one fan wrote under the IG post, while another added: "I’m so sorry about it… I’m in Paraguay rn, but I trully understand. Keep safe! See you in Brazil ❤️🕯."
Cyrus is expected to appear next in São Paulo, Brazil, for the Lollapalooza festival starting on March 25, as she and rapper A$AP Rocky are among some of the headliners for the highly-anticipated event.