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Miley Cyrus Sings Feminist Version Of ‘Santa Baby’— ‘A Girl's Best Friend Is Equal Pay!'

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Dec. 21 2018, Published 3:54 p.m. ET

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Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson went on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday, December 20. Rather than performing their new single, “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart,” Miley took the stage and sang a feminist version of the 1953 Christmas hit “Santa Baby.”

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She told host Jimmy Fallon that she “might need to change a few of these lyrics” ahead of their skit.

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Miley then slammed the lyrics of the original song. She questioned, “Am I saying I’m gonna hook up with Santa if he buys me all this stuff?”

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She sung about not needing presents and having a “baller car” that she bought on her own. Miley crooned, “Don’t want diamonds, cash, or stuff / Nothing that comes in a box / No more fluff, I’ve had enough / And I can buy my own damn stuff!”

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Miley then sung about important issues she wants solved for Christmas: “Listen Santa to what I say / A girl’s best friend is equal pay / So stop interrupting me when I talk / And don’t text me pictures of your ¬– .” Her verse was cut off by Mark’s phone ringing.

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Lastly, she sang lyrics dedicated to the Me Too movement. “Santa baby, I’d love to know my a** won’t get grabbed / At work/By some ignorant jerk / Tell the dirt bags, to put away their chimneys tonight,” she sang.

Watch the video above! What do you think about Miley’s new version of ‘Santa Baby’? Sound off in the comments below!

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