June 22, 2010 09:46:41 GMT
Two of the six songs that Miley performed on Monday night were a woman-empowering tune 'Liberty Walk' and gay-dedicated track 'Heart Beats for Love'.
There is no other better way to celebrate album release than performing live for fans. Miley Cyrus rocks House of Blues in Los Angeles on Monday night, June 21 to mark the arrival of her new album "Can't Be Tamed".
Wearing black outfit, she kicked off the gig with the title track of the effort. She filled the set with hair-tossing act and hip-popping moves. She even re-created the faux lesbian kiss she once performed on "Britain's Got Talent". In one point, she additionally drew her face to her male dancer's, almost kissing him.
Soon after finishing "Can't Be Tamed", Miley sang "Who Owns My Heart". She then continued with "Liberty Walk", dedicating it to the "women who are stuck in abusive relationships ... to empower them." What came next was a solo performance by this Disney songstress on the cover version of Poison's "Every Rose Has Its Thorn".
Afterwards, Miley performed "Robots" and finally closed the night with "Heart Beats for Love". She said about writing the song for her gay fans and any other people who felt discriminated or judged. She added, "We have people on this earth who hate someone for loving another."