Miley Cyrus is slated to host a New Year's Eve Special. Recently, a promo was dropped, giving us a glimpse of what to expect. In the 30-second clip, it was announced which stars would be joining her onstage. From Jack Harlow to Saweetie, here's what to know about the star-studded show.
For starters, Jack Harlow has been confirmed for the New Year's special. After being featured in Lil Nas X's hit track, Industry Baby, it seems it's only been up for Harlow. In case you forgot, he was recently nominated for the second time for a Grammy, under the category Best Melodic Rap Performance. The first nomination was in 2020 for his song What's Poppin that blew up the charts. It not only hit #8 on Billboard Hot 100 list but it was also certified 6x platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. The artist explained to Billboard, "People think of white rappers using Hip Hop as a vehicle... It's important that people know I love Hip Hop and want to stay in Hip Hop and want to be part of Hip Hop, and I'm using it as a vehicle to fuel my dreams."
Another star who'll be joining Miley onstage - Saweetie was also a busy bee in 2021. The hit-maker was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Song for her song Best Friend, featuring Doja Cat. She also linked up with various brands like McDonald's, Calvin Klein, and Amazon Live. But even though she had a successful year, it took a toll on her mental health. "It's just trying to find balance right now. I have no balance. Everything is just work, work, work, and I don't have an outlet," she confessed to People. "I don't have a therapist. I don't hang out with any of my friends because I work so much, so it's just trying to thug it out into until the New Year." Hopefully, the NYE event will be the start of a stress-free year for our icy girl.
Other performers set to join the New Year's show are Billie Joe Armstrong from Greenday, Brandi Carlile, Anitta, and 24kGoldn. The event is set to go down on December 31 and will be aired live on NBC and Peacock starting at 10:30 p.m. Until then, stay tuned.