“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.Backstage, Cyrus told syndicated radio host Elvis Duran that she wants to influence fans to “stand up to discrimination,” and made the song “more of a message for people.” Referencing her infamous Video Music Awards appearance with Robin Thicke in 2014 “when everyone was me for Halloween,” she said she would rather have a positive social impact in these times.
He's the One Direction star who has gone solo with his career.
And Niall Horan has admitted that he's had some struggles with his performance.
And the positive vibes often extend beyond the two-day concert.
For instance, Chris Stapleton and DJ Khaled bonded backstage and ended up discussing future collaborations.
Simon Cowell discovery Pretty Much introduced Bebe Rexha with a brief song and ABC “Boy Band” winners In Real Life — on hand to welcome All Time Low — all mingled backstage, getting handshakes and guidance from seasoned vets Horan and Tomlinson.