Recording artist and former teen TV star Miley Cyrus has been lined up to perform during the NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four in Indianapolis, organizers announced Friday.
Cyrus, 28, will be featured in a special “Tribute to Frontline Heroes” performance between the first and second semifinal games on Saturday, April 3. Frontline workers, including Indiana University Health system staff, have been invited to attend the event.
Cyrus is expected to perform several of her hits, including songs from her seventh studio album, “Plastic Hearts,” which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Rock Albums chart.
The show will air on CBS-TV and on streaming services. Semifinal game coverage will begin at 5 p.m.
AT&T said the performance will be available on the NCAA March Madness Live and Final Four App. The Final Four App will let viewers watch Cyrus through the AT&T 5G Concert Lens, which lets them switch between camera angles.
10 thoughts on “Miley Cyrus to perform at Final Four”
Haven’t frontline workers suffered enough?
(It’s Friday, it’s a joke. No one is being forced to go. I hope those who enjoy her music go and have a great time. And thanks to her for coming, thanks to anyone who comes.)
I wonder how much she’ll twist and pervert things out in opportunist form to make her latest publicity stunt???
Why do you care?
‘Such a dandy role model for young girls…
Your age is showing…
No, G M, it’s my sense of decency showing. Do you know what that is?
It should be ageless, but apparently not. What has our culture gained by embracing the likes of Miley Cyrus?
hey I guess thats all we could get?? Or is the NCAA just being cheap here!? My guess is the latter, she was at a discount rate I bet.
With no less than EVERY band and performer in the US available … Miley?!?!
Any connection to NCAA basketball, its fans, Indiana … any at all?!?!
And any respondents waiting to “Don’t watch it then” — I’m covered.