Pansexual pop icon Miley Cyrus added matchmaker to her storied resume as she helped a gay man propose to his boyfriend during her set at the Lollapalooza Brazil concert in Sao Paulo on Saturday night.
The two lovebirds had met seven years earlier when Cyrus last performed in the country, and one of the men chose her latest performance as the perfect place to pop the matrimonial question.
Both men were dressed appropriately for the warm Brazilian evening, wearing tank tops when they were brought on stage. The man wearing a red tank top jersey with Cyrus emblazoned on the back read from a sheet of paper he brought with him onstage.
"Seven years ago was the last time she came to Brazil, one week later we started dating. I could not handle not having you with me at this moment. We came together, got here at 9 am, spent the whole day over there [backstage], and we will do this for the rest of our lives together because," the man said in Portuguese before lowering himself to one knee and then taking the hand of his boyfriend and continuing, "I want to know if you will marry me?"
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As she walked away and the men were led offstage, she also gave the couple a few words of encouragement along with a sage summation of her own experience with matrimony.
"Honey, I hope your marriage goes better than mine," Cyrus said. "Mine was a f**king disaster."
The crowd roared in response to Cyrus's musings of her failed marriage with Australian actor Liam Hemsworth. Cyrus had a sporadic relationship with the star of the Hunger Games series, and the pair eventually married in 2018 a month after their Malibu home was destroyed in the Woolsey Fire. Barely eight months later in August of 2019, Cyrus announced the couple had separated, and Hemsworth filed for divorce later that month. The pair were officially divorced the following January.
"I am devastated to find out a smiler (the name for Miley's fans) has brutally lost their life due to hate, judgment, and injustice!" Cyrus wrote at the time when retweeting the story. "To call this disturbing action 'homophobia' would mean that the attacker had a 'fear of' queer people. Which is f*cking b*llshit. This human's heart was full of HATE and ANGER."
Currently, there is no word if Cyrus will be asked to officiate the men's wedding ceremony or perform a set at their reception. (But how cool would that be?!)