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Three songs into his four-song set at the i Heart Radio Music Festival’s Daytime Village in Las Vegas on Saturday afternoon (Sept.
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Higgins arrived shortly after Cyrus, just missing his moment in the spotlight as she declared her love for the star and dedicated her song, “I’m Stuck,” to him from the stage. Indeed, it was a Cyrus family affair at the show, with sister Noah performing earlier in the day and Brandy delivering a guitar to Miley onstage later, when Cyrus played a potent set of hits that included “Malibu,” “We Can’t Stop,” a cover of Nancy Sinatra’s “These Boots are Made for Walking” and an incredible reinventing of the song “Party in the USA” with messages on the screen touting education, equality, opportunity, and even healthcare.
Khalid lit up the stage with a smile and a tight band as the young audience sang every word of his set, including the show closer “Young, Dumb and Broke.” Bleachers also worked the crowd into a sweaty frenzy as singer Jack Antonoff demanded fans get on their friends shoulders so it would, “Feel more like a festival.” The band amped things up with the Springsteen-esque “Rollercoaster” and anthemic “I Want to Get Better.” Little Mix caused a commotion with an a capella rendition of their song “Wings.” Unfortunately, member Perrie Edwards —or “our little Periwinkle,” as Jade Thrilwall billed her — was “under the weather” and unable to group her groupmates.
The excitement of the day crackled onstage and off.“It’s not a party in the USA if we don’t have equality, justice, understanding, change, expression kindness, opportunity [and] I won’t stop fighting for justice for every f—ing single one of you,” she said — one of 12 F-bombs she dropped during her 25-minute performance.