Miley Cyrus visited "Saturday Night Live" on Saturday, October 5. Not only the 20-year-old singer appeared on the show as a guest host, but she also hit the stage to deliver two performances as a musical guest.
The former "Hannah Montana" star performed two singles off "Bangerz", her forthcoming album that is set to arrive on Tuesday, October 8. Wearing an oversized see-through Poison jersey, Cyrus sang her chart-topping single, "Wrecking Ball".
For her second time taking the stage of the NBC show, Cyrus wore a white fishnet outfit while being accompanied by three guitarists to perform an acoustic version of her summer party anthem, "We Can't Stop".
Prior to performing her hits, Cyrus mocked her own controversial MTV Video Music Award performance. She also promised that she wouldn't be twerking during the show, saying, "In case anyone's concerned, there will be no twerking tonight. I used to think twerking was cool but then white people started doing it and now I think it's kind of lame."
Miley Cryus Performs "Wrecking Ball":
Miley Cyrus Performs "We Can't Stop":