Since Cyrus is on her own kind of bizarre ride, and loves the cartoony side of life, that resonated. Hammering home her love of stonedness or perhaps just weirdness, she also rode a giant hot dog and frolicked with furry monsters.
Cyrus plays crazy but is a trendsetter. The way she mixes country music melodies with electronic dance music and hip hop, for example, is currently being copied by Ke$ha, another artist on pop radio. But something about how Cyrus sold her huge gestures at cheap nike free
the Dome came off as pure. Perhaps she sets trends because on some level she's just being who she is.
Toward the end of the show, in a sympathetic gesture, Cyrus set up a second stage in the back of the arena to play acoustic songs for the cheap seats. Fans in that area got a faithful rendition of Dolly Parton's country classic "Jolene," and a folksy version of OutKast's "Hey Ya!," two beautiful songs delivered simply and with feeling.