Miley Cyrus AMAs Cat Shocking Or Tame? Watch Bizarre 'Wrecking Ball' Performance To Decide [VIDEO]

By Mary Kinney November 25, 2013 12:02 PM EST
Miley Cyrus performs
Miley Cyrus performs "Wrecking Ball" at the 41st American Music Awards (photo: Reuters)

Miley Cyrus' AMA performance was surprising for a whole new reason. After Cyrus' now infamous VMA performance and her recent 21st birthday, everyone was expecting the singer to shock at the American Music Awards last night. But when Cyrus arrived with her father, Billy Ray, on the red carpet, what was most shocking about her red carpet look was how conservative it was.

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Compared to what we've seen before, Cyrus was seriously covered up in her cropped white suit with gold safety pin details, which she wore with black heels, minimal makeup, and no shirt. The "Wrecking Ball" singer was glowing in her simplified look, making viewers wonder if her performance would be similarly surprising. 

Singer and actress Miley Cyrus arrives at the 41st American Music Awards (photo: Reuters)
Singer and actress Miley Cyrus arrives at the 41st American Music Awards (photo: Reuters)

Admittedly, the Cyrus' performance look featured a lot more skin than the white suit. The singer performed her hit "Wrecking Ball" in a cat-print crop top and matching high-waisted bikini bottom. Her backdrop featured a kitten floating in space, mouthing the words of "Wrecking Ball." At one point, the kitten cried sparkling space tears, and even stuck out its tongue Miley-style at the end of the song.  

In spite of the pretty goofy background, Cyrus gave a straightforward, somewhat emotional performance. Even more shocking: there wasn't even a hint of twerking happening in this performance! And there was a marked shortage of tongue-wagging from Cyrus at the AMAs. Honestly, she did great. "Wrecking Ball" is the second single from her album Bangerz, which came out earlier this year. 

Watch her performance below:

Will the 21-year-old be playing it low key for a little while? Let us know what you think in the comments section below!

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