Miley is about spreading love. Live At The O2 16 — Hovering Feat. . Midway through the performance, Cyrus grabbed a female backup dancer, dipping her low, and simulated a kiss. It also garnered commercial success.
The performance was met with negative reactions from the media and caused her to release a statement in which Cyrus promised she did not kiss the backup dancer. In the following week, the song descended ten positions to number 18. Archived from on May 3, 2010. The song peaked at number six on the and spent a total of 14 weeks upon the chart. Over twenty female and twenty male backup dancers were employed.
Her first performance of the song outside the United States was at the concert in on May 29, 2010. The song is also a part of Cyrus' third and fourth world tours, the and the. The song was written by Cyrus, , and. The performance received positive reviews from critics. It's about the core of 'I don't wanna be in a cage. It's not just about how fabulous and glamorous and all this.
The video received generally positive reviews from critics. I really hope my fans are not disappointed in me because the truth is I did nothing wrong. In the , Cyrus addresses confidence and the attempt to discover for what she is yearning for, respectively. The video ends with Cyrus back in her cage and the museum empty and trashed. In the succeeding week, it reached its peak at number 14 and spent 11 weeks on the chart.
With the appearance on the chart, the song became her fourth top ten debut on the Billboard Hot 100, including a song credited to her alias Hannah Montana. Archived from on January 3, 2013. It puts emphasis to how she cannot be changed or molded into being something she is not. She has performed the track on , , , and concert at the in , which was streamed across over thirty websites owned by. Cyrus performed the song during the.
Archived from on May 2, 2010. Fraser McAlpine of said that though the song has strong sexual undercurrents, Cyrus maintained classy throughout the track. Are you all fucking retarted? The song peaked at number five on the. It was released on May 18, 2010 by as the from the record. It also charted within the top 30 in Austria and Germany and within the top 40 of Belgium Flanders and Wallonia. Cyrus belts her way through the choruses, while some lines in the verses feature processed vocals with the use of.
A Rockangeles remix version featuring rapper was included as a bonus track on digital editions of the album. Archived from on August 23, 2009. The video was meant to transition Cyrus away from the good-girl image she had developed through Hannah Montana. The song also achieved commercial success in Australia and New Zealand. Disney screws up little girls, true. The video casts Cyrus as an exotic songbird breaking out of its cage, symbolizing Cyrus as a singer breaking out of her good-girl image.
Why hate on the internet? A relationship, or whatever, it is just breaking out and feeling free. According to Cyrus, the track's moral is to free yourself from any biding or hindrance, in particular application to women. Choruses have Cyrus shouting the title and variations of it in a repetitive manner, against the beat of the song. It spent eight weeks on the. And if you hate her so much why do you even bother to click on her album you stupid haters and btw RadioheadFan lady gaga is not a whore you idiot! Among these were arm bands with long leather straps, feathered shoulder pads, and a feathered vest worn over a black leotard and thigh-high black leather boots.
The song's lyrics deal with the themes of and. Archived from on May 9, 2010. Archived from on February 7, 2017. She also performed the song during her ongoing. After six weeks of ascending the Australian Singles Chart, the song found a new peak at number 17. She wore a black sequined bra and furry monochrome chaps with falconry gloves during the performance. Cut-scenes feature Cyrus lying down, dressed in a silver corset attached to a bed of peacock feathers, or writhing alone in her nest in the cage.