Miley Cyrus is on FI-YAH! It’s just been announced that her “We Can’t Stop” music video got 10.7 million views on VEVO in 24 hours, just edging out the previous record of 10.6 million held by Justin Bieber (and Nicki Minaj) for “Beauty and a Beat.”
During her Good Morning America interview, she says of the news, “I’ve got a really bomb fan base, the Smilers. They’re the ones that are getting [my "We Can't Stop" music video] to be at 33 million views. Haters are going to hate, but haters are also going to click on your YouTube video to watch it, so I don’t really care. You helped me break the record. And if you were watching just to hate on me, now I hold the record, so I win.”
As if the 20-year-old knew there’d be something to celebrate, she performed her hit on Jimmy Kimmel Live, along with her collab track with will.i.am, “Fall Down.” Will even joined her for the show! But between the two live performances, which one are you feeling more?
Watch ‘em — above and below — then tell us in the comments, or on our Miley Cyrus message board. Oh yeah, and make sure to leave your congratulatory messages for her record-breaking video, too!
Did you know Rihanna was originally meant to sing We Can’t Stop? Watch the video below for the full explanation.