Noah Cyrus Makes Television Debut With Sultry Performance Of Hit Single

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It’s official: Noah Cyrus caught the music bug. She is the youngest daughter of Billy Ray Cyrus and his wife Tish and has always been known as “Miley’s sister” or “Billy Ray’s daughter”. Now, she’s making a name for herself because of her talent. 

In November 2016, Noah released her debut single titled “Make Me (Cry)” featuring British singer, Labrinth. Their lyric video now has over 7.6 million views and their official music video has almost 40 million views. 

Noah and Labrinth stopped by The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon to debut their single on television for the first time, and surprised many viewers because of how comfortable she was performing live.

Comments flooded in from fans who said things like, “She’s so talented!” and “Wow, that was amazing!”

At just 17-years-old, Noah is set to release her first album, NC-17, at a future date, but she is already on the right track to a successful career with “Make Me (Cry)” 

Watch her TV debut below and let us know what you think! 

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