Miley Cyrus Busks in NYC Subway in Disguise
During The Tonight Show segment, the duo sport cowboy hats, wigs and sunglasses for the stunt. “I’m here at the 50th Street subway station right below Rockefeller Center, and Miley Cyrus and I are about to go onto the subway platform and start busking in disguise,” Fallon, 42, says. “No one knows that it’s going to happen. No one knows it’s Miley Cyrus.”
Once on the platform, they grabbed their microphones and started singing Cyrus’ godmother Dolly Parton’s 1973 song “Jolene.” The pair even created fake names with Cyrus as Charlene and Fallon as Bart. While the comedian wasn’t much help in the singing department, he had some killer dance moves and enthusiastically played the tambourine.
Despite the disguises, the pop star’s signature voice gave her away and commuters immediately started gathering around Cyrus, 24, and Fallon to listen and take photos.
After the song ended, the “Malibu” singer and the late-night host proceeded to rip off their wigs and hats and introduce themselves. “Thank you very much. I am Jimmy Fallon. This is Miley Cyrus,” Fallon announced to cheers. “We’ll do one more song for you!” Cyrus went on to joke that it was her ‘first time at the subway station” before launching into her 2009 hit “Party in the U.S.A.”
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