Miley Cyrus and Megan Thee Stallion Twerk Onstage at ACL Music Festival: ‘Dreams DO Come True!’


Miley Cyrus flaunted her twerking skills when she surprised Megan Thee Stallion during the rapper’s set at the Austin City Limits Music Festival in Austin, Texas, on Friday.

The “Wrecking Ball” singer, 28, shared a video of the moment she crashed the performance on Instagram. Cyrus ran onstage before she and Stallion, 26, briefly showed off their dance moves for the screaming crowd. The music superstars then shared a sweet embrace.

“Dreams DO come true!” Cyrus gushed in the caption. “Me & @theestallion doing hot girl s—!”

Stallion replied in the comments, “Love youuuu😭😭😭😭.”

The two artists helped kick off the first weekend of the ACL festival, with Cyrus later returning to the stage for her headlining set.

In July, the Hannah Montana alum opened up about performing again following the halt in live music due to the pandemic.

“It kind of feels like my first time and I’ve f—ing is done everything a lot of f—ing times. It really feels like the first,” she told the crowd at the grand opening of Ayu Nights in Las Vegas. “You know when you meet somebody and you’re like, ‘I’ve never actually loved before because this s— feels so f—ing different.’ That’s how I feel about being here with you guys.”

Cyrus continued, “All of us, we’ve been so divided in so many ways, and to be together all over again just feels so f—ing right. And just starting to get back with a live f—ing audience, you cannot get bigger or better than Las Vegas. So I’m beyond f—ing thrilled to be here with all of you.” 

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