Miley Cyrus is putting her hands up and playing her songs for health-care heroes at the TikTok Tailgate pregame party ahead of Super Bowl LV. On Tuesday, winter storms will drop up to 3 inches of snow on NYC.
Cyrus, 28, will rock the mic for 7,500 vaccinated frontline staff for Covid-19, setting off the big show before the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers kick-off.
For TIKTOK TAILGATE, I’ll be there! I can’t wait to put on a show before the game for the honoured NFL guests… Health care workers from Tampa and all over the country! Songstress “Party in the U.S.A.” was revealed on Instagram on Sunday.
On February 7, courtesy of the NFL, medical personnel who obtained the coronavirus vaccine were given free admission passes to enjoy the championship match live at the Raymond James Stadium in Florida.
A maximum of 22,000 football fans will be allowed admission into the sporting arena, which can accommodate up to 75,000, due to COVID-19 issues. The big game turnout this year is going to be the lowest in NFL history.
The special Super Bowl Sunday showcase of Cyrus will precede the National Anthem performance of Eric Church and Jazmine Sullivan, and the recital of “America the Beautiful” by H.E.R. The Weeknd will headline the widely awaited Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show.
Miley’s TikTok Tailgate turn-up will air Feb. 7 at 2:30 p.m. EST on TikTok and CBS.