Miley Cyrus is joining The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon all week long, and she closed Monday night's show with a chill-inducing performance. The singer, who is always striving to do good through her own nonprofit organization called the Happy Hippie Foundation, honored the victims of Sunday night's tragic shooting in Las Vegas with a song she hasn't performed in years. Miley very appropriately chose to sing "The Climb" from The Hannah Montana Movie, and it seemed to take on a whole new meaning – given the unfortunate circumstances of today. The supportive words truly rang true on a whole new level this time around.
Miley shared on social media, "In honor of the lives lost , injured and affected by the tragic shooting in Vegas, @fallontonight & I dedicated this show to not only mourning this horrific event but using this platform to encourage unity , peace & hopefulness! So we started this week off with a song I haven't performed in years ... #TheClimb . These words mean more now to me than ever ... " Keep The Faith" ..... Sending love to ALL! Enjoy the show tonight & #MileyWeek .... hope we can make you smile even thru so much pain 💛 @happyhippiefdn."
It is safe to say that this performance of "The Climb" was the deepest, most meaningful rendition of the song we have ever seen from the singer. The passion in her voice was apparent in very single word, and we are glad to see Miley encouraging people to keep the faith after this devastating event. These are just the kind of hopeful messages the world needs to hear during this very dark time.