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Miley Cyrus’s ‘heart lit up’ looking at choir with elderly members singing 'Used To Be Young'

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus poses for a photograph.

Popstar Miley Cyrus was left impressed by a choir group of elderly members singing her hit song 'Used To Be Young'.

The 31-year-old singer commented on a recent clip posted by Pop Choir Australia on TikTok. The clip featured a large group of people, dressed in casual clothes, harmonising to the song. Several singers appeared to be elderly, with some using wheelchairs.

"You're all STILL beautiful! This video lit my heart up. A moment like this is why I wrote U2BY!" Cyrus wrote in the comments.

"Physical youth comes and goes, but the soul can stay young forever!! Love you all! Thanks for making my day."

According to its website, the choir is described as: "Pop Choir is the choir reimagined and is for everyone and anyone who loves to sing!"

"A tired and overworked professional or a stressed-out parent, someone who loves to belt out their favourite tune in the car or shower, or the next Guy Sebastian. Pop Choir is singing fun for everyone and surprisingly cool!"

The choirs often perform at local community events after instructors teach them how to harmonise pop hits.

Miley has been dubbed the 'Teen Queen' of the 2000s. She was tagged as a teen idol at age 13 as the lead character in the series 'Hannah Montana'. Her solo career started with the US number-one pop rock album 'Meet Miley Cyrus' in 2007 and continued in 2008 with 'Breakout'.

She then released albums such as 'Can’t Be Tamed', 'Bangerz', 'Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz', 'Younger Now', 'Plastic Hearts', and 'Endless Summer Vacation', from which the single 'Flowers' topped the charts internationally and won two Grammy Awards.


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