Miley Cyrus appeared on “The Tonight Present Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Thursday and gave an up to date feminist spin to the Christmas class “Santa Child.”
Within the skit, Cyrus, 26, instructed Fallon she was able to carry out the “Santa Child” sketch however requested to vary just a few lyrics within the music. The 1953 model of the music was initially sung by Eartha Kitt.
“And have a look at this, I’m asking for a automotive and a yacht and checks and actually the deed to a platinum mine,” Cyrus instructed Fallon. “Plus, am I singing that I’m going to hook up with Santa if he buys me all these items?”
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Fallon instructed her he trusted her earlier than she started to sing. Cyrus started the music by singing she didn’t want any fancy jewellery as Fallon stood behind her with a diamond necklace.
“Don’t need diamonds, money or shares,” she sang. “Nothing that is available in a field. No extra fluff, I’ve had sufficient. And I can purchase my very own rattling stuff.”
Fallon and producer Mark Ronson appeared behind Cyrus as she was singing holding automotive keys, however the “Wrecking Ball” crooner stated she had a “baller automotive of my very own.”
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Cyrus sang a “woman’s finest good friend is equal pay” and hoped to know that her “a— received’t get grabbed at work by some ignorant jerk.”
“Inform the dirtbags to place away their chimneys tonight,” she crooned with Ronson and Fallon.
Cyrus was selling her new songs, which embrace a model of “Comfortable Christmas Warfare is Over” and “Nothing Breaks Like a Coronary heart.”