A day after shocking fans by performing in a skin-baring black leotard at the MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto, Miley Cyrus decided to cover up -- in skintight black leather pants over a black bodysuit -- at the House of Blues in Los Angeles for a live-streaming concert Monday.
Still, her show had some racy moments. While belting out her latest single "Can't Be Tamed," she re-enacted the controversial faux kiss she shared with a female dancer earlier this month on Britain's Got Talent. She also shared a fake smooch with a male dancer.
She dedicated a cover of Poison's "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" to her mom, who was home sick and to Bret Michaels, whom she called "a good friend of my family's. This song is special to my family, and I love the 80's. Let's also send our prayers to Bret." See the top 10 rock 'n' roll front men.
One of the night's more touching moments came as she introduced the song "My Heart Beats for Love." "I wrote this for my gay fans," she told the crowd. "Everyone has the right to love each other and no one should feel discriminated or judged for that."
With dad Billy Ray Cyrus watching from the audience, she closed the show with her hit "Party in the USA."