What Will Miley Cyrus Pull Out Of The Bag At Tonight’s Billboard Music Awards?

Miley Cyrus
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Miley Cyrus’ most famous stage performance involved a skin-coloured bra and pants set, a foam finger, a lot of tongue and Robin Thicke.

But that was back in 2013 – and we are hoping for something a touch classier at this year’s Billboard Music Awards.

The glitzy showbiz event is being held in Las Vegas tonight (Sunday 21 May) and Miley is set to perform her new single ‘Malibu’ for the first time.

Given that the video for her latest song is as chilled as its summer-vibes melody, with Miley casually dancing around fields and at the beach, we have our non-foam fingers crossed that the undies set is a thing of the past. And the tongue.

(Miley’s performance at the 2013 MTV VMAs is rather memorable (Photo: Neilson Barnard/Getty for MTV)

Mark Bracco, executive producer, has got our hopes up. He said: “We are thrilled to have [Miley] debut ‘Malibu’ at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards and look forward to a raw and honest performance that will likely surprise many.”

Meanwhile, Adele will be yet again waving the flag for the UK after being nominated for both Top Artist and Top Female Artist. But she faces tough competition, in the form of her friend Beyoncé.

Beyoncé is up for a haul of Billboards (Photo: Instagram/ @Beyonce)

Beyoncé, who is pregnant with twins, is actually up for a hell of a lot. To be precise; Top Artist, Top Female Artist, Top Billboard 200 Artist, Top Touring Artist, Top R&B Artist, Top R&B Tour, Top Billboard 200 Album and Top R&B Artist.

Phew.

Justin Bieber is also tipped to take home a few awards. The Canadian star is nominated for Top Artist, Top Male Artist, Top Radio Songs Artist, Top Social Artist and Top Touring Artist.

And although quite not the same number of nominations as The Biebs, former One Direction star Zayn Malik is up for Top New Artist.

The Billboard Music Awards takes place at T-Mobile Arena in Vegas tonight.

Check out Miley Cyrus’ video for ‘Malibu’ here: