POP sensation Miley Cyrus has performed at the iconic Sydney Opera House this morning to thousands of screaming fans.
The controversial singer, who sang her hit song Wrecking Ball on Sunrise, wore a green sequent robe, glittery leotard and colourful head piece – almost looking like a Japanese Harajuku girl.
Cyrus was quick to explain her quirky get up.
“My fans made it – I’m a hoarder so I just pick it up, here I am,” she said on Sunrise today.
“I am the joke – look at me – hence my hair is from a two-dollar store because I didn’t want to do my hair in the morning.
“It doesn’t bother me when people call me crazy, because I am.”
Cyrus described the Opera House as “pretty amazing” but she admitted she had to go easy on the coffee.
“I’ve had too much coffee so no more of that,” she said on stage. “Because our interview will be just two minutes long.”
Cyrus, who has already finished her shows in Melbourne, is in Australia for her Bangerz Tour.
She said she was given a tattoo in exchange for tickets.
“I just kind of grew up in this world – at the end people can be rich and famous but my whole life goal is to be happy all the time.
“I was telling them (my fans), if you’re sad be in that moment – everyone is trying to rush out of the moment.”
Cyrus, who did the “nay, nay” on stage, said it replaced her sexy “twerk.”
She will perform in Sydney’s Allphones Arena on Friday.