Miley Cyrus delivered an impressive performance of this country song as a tribute to George Clooney.


Miley Cyrus, daughter of country music legend Billy Ray Cyrus, incorporates noticeable country influences into her music, despite her prominence as a pop artist known for hits like “Flowers” and “Wrecking Ball.”

Her 2018 performance of the country/bluegrass tune “Man of Constant Sorrow” at the American Institute, which has garnered over 8 million views, showcased her versatility.

This performance, part of a tribute show honoring actor George Clooney after he received the AFI lifetime achievement award, was particularly noteworthy.

In the film “Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?” starring Clooney, there’s an iconic scene featuring a song performed by the protagonist.

Cyrus’s rendition of the song during the tribute show added a new level of intensity and perfectly captured the essence of the scene with her deep, country-tinged vocals.

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