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The 'Heart Attack' singer says that she adores the group which she helped form when she was still a judge of 'The X Factor (US)'.
Other performers at the event include Jason Derulo, Jordin Sparks, The Wanted, Ne-Yo and Mary J. Blige.
The former child actress is seemingly caught on camera mouthing 'that f***ed up' when a series of throwback clips that show her drinking a green beverage are shown.
The show's creator says he 'always knew she wasn't coming back [for season 4] because she's touring.'
The singer, who has been with the show for two years, reportedly is to concentrate on her music next year.
The 'Neon Lights' singer talks about her past drug problems in a candid interview, saying that she could not last an hour without cocaine and would smuggle it to planes.
Demi talks about Joe's tell-all piece on Vulture in which he mentioned the 'Neon Lights' singer and drugs, saying, 'I'm not mad at you but you need to choose your words more carefully next time.'
Demi mentions Joe in a Twitter post, saying, 'Love you brother,' after the former boybander wrote in Vulture that she and Miley pressured him to try smoking weed.
Joe opens up about drugs, losing virginity and his love life in a piece he wrote for Vulture, saying that he first tried smoking weed after Miley and Demi kept saying, 'Try it! Try it!'
The judge of the singing competition dresses up as a sexy rocker when performing her latest single on a stage decorated with neon lights.
In the sexy new video, the former child star rocks her glow-in-the-dark makeup and blue hair as she parties with some friends in a dark room.
The judge of 'The X Factor' has also shared some photos taken on the video filming set after she reached 20 million followers on Twitter.
The new clip sees the lyrics of the songs, which are written in bright neon, appearing in front of a dark-colored backdrop.
Featuring the footage of Disney's 'Frozen', the new video also sees the pop singer singing the song while wandering around a big and empty house.
The song, which serves as the soundtrack to 'Frozen', is originally sung by Idina Menzel who voices the Snow Queen in the upcoming Disney animated movie.