Thursday (June 17) was utopia in the Miley Cyrus universe.
First came a long, nostalgic thread from Cyrus commemorating the 13th anniversary of her angsty pop-punk single "7 Things" written about Nick Jonas:
The 28-year-old even asked her fervent followers to help her find the girls who co-starred with her in the music video:
where are they now? Twitter do your thing pic.twitter.com/rAiM1CcF9C— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) June 17, 2021
That would have been enough, but Cyrus took it one step further: instead of only having something to fondly look back upon, fans have the Miley Pride Special coming to Peacock on June 25 to look forward to:
What comes first the Peacock or the egg?! Don’t really know…. But I do know I’m coming to @PeacockTV June 25th for my #MileyPrideSpecial in my hometown Nashville,TN to celebrate #Pride @— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) June 17, 2021
See you there! pic.twitter.com/hsXh1jspVC
Cyrus assured there will be "a lot of guests," "a lot of Pride" and "a lot of wardrobe changes" during the concert event from Nashville:
The guest possibilities are endless for someone as interconnected as Cyrus, who counts Dolly Parton as her godmother. It could be worth noting that Billy Idol, Dua Lipa, Joan Jett and Stevie Nicks are all featured on Cyrus's most recent album Plastic Hearts.