The pop/rock singer took to Twitter to hype up the impending release of her new single this Sunday at the BMA.
Pop/rock superstar Miley Cyrus might be debuting her new single "We Can't Stop" at the Billboard Music Awards this Sunday, May 20 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. That's what the 20-year-old performer revealed in a series of tweets she sent out online to her millions of fans tonight.
"Big announcement about #wecantstop coming @billboard," Cyrus wrote on Twitter, posting the caption along with the single art that revealed the new song's hash-tagged title in white, block letters placed over a photo of Cyrus screaming, with both hands clasping her head.
"Cats outta the bag! LETS TREND MY 1st SINGLE #wecantstop," Cyrus tweeted, asking her followers to help her make the first release of her forthcoming album trending worldwide. That's what she immediately got, just ten short minutes later, which the "Can't Be Tamed" singer revealed on her next Twitter message.
"#WeCantStop is the NUMBER ONE trending topic worldwide! Retweet if you can't wait till I release #wecantstop @MikeWiLLMadeIt...We can't stop TRENDING #wecantstop," Cyrus exclaimed. Perhaps Cyrus wanted to know how much her fans want to hear her new music and depending on their response, the "Ashtrays and Heartbreak" collaborator might just release it even before the BMAs this weekend.