This past Saturday, a host of entertainers and musicians took part in Global Goal: Unite for Our Future, another online benefit concert raising much-needed fundraising help during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. One of of the more noteworthy performances during the stream was Miley Cyrus, who sang The Beatles classic “Help” in an eerily empty Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.
The stark visual contrast of Cyrus belting out the song in a totally empty Rose Bowl (which normally seats more than 90,000 spectators in “normal” circumstances) illustrates how strange this pandemic era has been, and how uprooted has been by the virus.
What’s more, Miley Cyrus gives “Help” a decidedly country reinvention, one well worth a watch:
With this performance, “Help” is the latest classic song Miley Cyrus has transformed for a public performance — as she played Pink Floyd‘s “Wish You Were Here” by campfire light for SNL in late April:
Watch the rest of the two-hour Global Goal: Unite for Our Future event below. More on the show per its description:
Hosted by Dwayne Johnson, join us for performances by Shakira, Coldplay, Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Justin Bieber and Quavo, Miley Cyrus, Chloe x Halle, J Balvin, Yemi Alade, Christine and the Queen, and more as we celebrate our campaign to get funding for the development and equitable distribution of COVID-19 therapeutics, tests and vaccines for everyone, everywhere.