Singer Miley Cyrus is celebrating the summer in style.
On Monday, the “Wrecking Ball” singer posted a few photos to her Instagram account to show that she is taking a break from performing to enjoy the hot summer weather.
Miley Cyrus Goes Swimming In Black Bikini
On Monday, the “Party in the U.S.A.” singer went swimming in a black bikini top and black shorts. In one photo, she can be seen dipping her toes in the clear water as she flexes her muscles for the camera.
“Miss me?” she wrote in the caption of photos.
“I absolutely do,” one fan replied alongside a red heart emoji.
“You look so fine,” wrote another alongside a sweating emoji.
Miley also posted a photo standing on a rock overlooking the photo. Fans guessed that she was in Gallipoli, but Miley didn’t share where these photos were taken. Even still, Italy has been a popular vacation destination for celebrities lately, so it’s definitely possible that she’s taking a break in the country.
“Dreamy,” one fan wrote.
“The ocean is everything,” another follower commented.
“Oh my gosh,” wrote a third.
In another shot, Miley can be seen swimming in the shallow pool away from the camera, her blonde hair slicked back behind her as she propels herself through the clear water.
“Hope you had the best time,” one fan commented.
“Mama is on vacation! Have a great time,” another wrote.
“What a beautiful place,” said a third.
Miley Will Be Performing With The Foo Fighters This September!
Los Angeles! Please welcome the first wave of special guests to join The Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concerts! More to be announced soon.
Tickets on sale Friday, June 17 at 9am local time. pic.twitter.com/FW4RUmX32Q
— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) June 15, 2022
Earlier this month, the Foo Fighters named the “Midnight Sky” singer as one of the many talents who will be performing in Los Angeles at the Taylor Hawkins tribute concert.
“Los Angeles! Please welcome the first wave of special guests to join The Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concerts!” they wrote in the caption of the Twitter post. “More to be announced soon.”
The concert will be held on Tuesday, September 27, at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles, California.
The line-up includes a star-studded list of Chris Chaney, Stewart Copeland, Miley Cyrus, Omar Hakim, Joshua Homme, Joan Jett, Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Brian May, Mark Ronson, Alanis Morissette, Gene Simmons, Nikki Sixx, Chad Smith, Luke Spiller, Roger Taylor, Rufus Taylor, Jon Theodore, Wolfgang Von Halen, Brad Wilk, Pat Wilson, and a special appearance by Chevy Metal. Even more performers are expected to be announced as the concert draws closer.
The Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concerts will benefit charities in the UK chosen by the Hawkins family. Beneficiaries and further details will be announced shortly.
— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) June 15, 2022
“The Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concerts will benefit charities in the UK chosen by the Hawkins family, the Foo Fighters added in a follow-up tweet. “Beneficiaries and further details will be announced shortly.”
Miley Cyrus Remembers Late Friend Taylor Hawkins At Concert Tribute
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Shortly after his sudden death in March, singer Miley Cyrus dedicated one of her concert performances to her close friend, who passed away when he was only 50 years old. Miley performed her hit song “Angels Like You” for the late Foo Fighters drummer. In the video, she can be seen getting emotional as she performs.
Shortly before his death, the “We Can’t Stop” singer’s plane was struck by lightning and they had to make an emergency landing while she and her screw were en route to the Asunciónico Music Festival in Paraguay, where the Foo Fighters had performed only a day before.
“We had to make this emergency landing and the first person I called was Taylor, because he was already at the festival,” Cyrus recalled. She and Hawkins had also worked together on their Billy Idol collaboration “Night Crawling” which was featured on her 2021 record “Plastic Hearts.” She added. “That would’ve been a time that I would’ve gone to see my friend, and I didn’t, so it makes me really sad.”
“I would’ve done anything to hang out with him one more time,” she continued. “I know that I get on stage, and anytime that I get to play with my band – which if anything ever f—ing happened to any of them it would f—ing kill me, so I couldn’t imagine how the Foo Fighters feel today.”