Miley Cyrus ‘SNL’ Performance Of “Bad Mood” – WATCH VIDEO

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Miley Cyrus performed “Bad Mood” on this week’s “SNL.” The song is off her latest album Younger Now. See the video below of Cyrus’ performance of “Bad Mood” on “Saturday Night Live.”

This is the very first time Cyrus has performed “Bad Mood” live. Earlier on Saturday, Cyrus tweeted, “Watch @nbcsnl tonight. I’ll be performing #BadMood live for the first time EVA!!!!.” She added the hashtag, “#ThisIsMYfightsong.” Throughout the day, Cyrus promoted her “Saturday Night Live” appearance on Twitter, including writing, “Make sure you tune into @nbcsnl tonight! #LarryDavid is HOSTING & I’m the MUSICAL GUEST! Don’t miss it!”

Cyrus has been the musical guest on the sketch comedy show twice before. And she’s also been the host of the late-night program on three occasions. Cyrus made her “SNL” debut as its host in March 2011. She then returned in October 2013 to do double duty as the host and musical guest. During that appearance she sang her hits “Wrecking Ball” and “We Can’t Stop.”

Cyrus returned in October 2015 to again host and perform. That time, she sang “Karen Don’t Be Sad” and “Twinkle Song” from her album Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz. The actress also made a surprise appearance on another episode when she crashed Edward Norton’s monologue in 2013. As he talked about how it was his first time on the show, Alec Baldwin and Cyrus interrupted to give him some advice on how to host “SNL.”

And, of course, Cyrus has been impersonated on many occasions on “Saturday Night Live.” Once guest host Ellen Page did an impression of her and, more famously, former cast member Vanessa Bayer used to do a recurring skit called “The Miley Cyrus Show.” In that sketch, “Cyrus” would interview a number of celebrities. In one particular episode, when the real Cyrus was the guest host, she appeared on “The Miley Cyrus Show” and impersonated Justin Bieber.

Check out the video below of Miley Cyrus’ performing “Bad Mood” on “Saturday Night Live.” NOTE: The video is no longer available.

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